Born and raised in Cleveland Ohio, arguably the cradle of Rock and Roll, Robert Grevey has been writing and playing music since his early teens. The Beatles struck an early chord, and straightforward songwriting took over from there. Songsmiths like Johnny Cash and Townes Van Zandt heavily impacted his musical maturation. His most recent work was written while he was living in and around the town of Jackson, Wyoming, and is heavily influenced by the dusty mountain towns and people he encountered in the New West. Rugged and isolated, Wyoming is still cowboy country. Bob first visited the state while working as a hand on Elk Mountain Ranch. The place was immense, about fifty square miles, and was easy to get lost in. Long days led to relaxed evenings in his cabin on Halleck Creek, the sounds of the moving water coming through the cabin window providing a backing track for his acoustic guitar. The cabin was once one of the oldest school houses in Wyoming, close to the Medicine Bow Range, and a near perfect place to write and learn. Jackson itself is a bit fancy, a bit backwater, an outpost surrounded by wilderness. The convergence of old west and nouveau riche made for compelling studies in contrast. From rowdy cowboy bars to elite hotels, Jackson turned out to be a great place for writing and refining Bob's unique brand of music. Bob is touring far and wide in support of his debut release. His first full-length album, humongous, is currently available on Lick Records.