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Robert Ross

The name Robert Ross is shared by two notable individuals.

For Robert Ross (1869-1918), art historian and friend of Oscar Wilde, see Robert Baldwin Ross.

Robert Ross is an american blues vocalist and guitarist, and leader of the Robert Ross Band. The Best Blues Artist in 1989, he is based in New York. He wrote the song Sittin' In The Jailhouse recorded in 1980 by Johnny Winter[?], as well as other music released through his own Blue Planet Records. His diverse reperatory includes: boogie, soul, blues, rock 'n' roll and jazz.

His discography includes:

  • Darkness....to Light (1996)
  • Lightness....To Dark", (alternate title: "It's Alive") (1999)



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