The Streaming Sessions

I’m very excited and pleased to announce the first in a series of live streamed concerts. I will be doing three shows a week (in regular time slots) to showcase the different types of artists, songs and genres in my repertoire. Please note that this is a very new area for me and I’ll be starting on Facebook so we’ll see how it goes. Here’s how the three types of show break down: –

The Sunday Matinee

Running on Sunday afternoons from 15:00 UK time
A typical Robbie Darin show covering a mixture of your favourite artists and songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Check out my songlists and let me know what you’d like to hear. A full songlist will appear shortly.

Spotlight On / Featuring… (on Wednesdays)

Running on Wednesday evenings from 19:30 UK time
A specialist show which will focus on one particular aspect of my repertoire. This could be an artist, genre or musical theme. Maybe an era (e.g. Rock ‘n Roll), or songs from a particular year or even a quiz! First up is Bobby Darin.

Robbie’s Late-Nite Lounge (on Fridays)

Running on Friday nights from 21:00 UK time
A selection of laid-back sounds for that late night lounge feel. These are typically Trio, Quartet or Piano-only arrangements of classic songs, often with a twist!
You can get an idea here. So, pour yourself a large cocktail, kick back and relax…

Schedule for April / May 2020

The Easter Sunday Matinee – listen here (86 mins)
Sunday 12th April 15:00 UK

Spotlight on Bobby Darin
Wednesday 15th April 19:30 UK

“Robbie’s Late-Nite Lounge”
Friday 17th April 21:00 UK

“The Sunday Matinee featuring Nat, Matt and Dean”
Sunday 19th April 15:00 UK

“50s and 60s Rock ‘n Roll”
Wednesday 22nd April 19:30 UK

“Robbie’s Late-Nite Lounge”
Friday 24th April 21:00 UK

“The Sunday Matinee featuring Country and Western songs”
Sunday 26th April 15:00 UK

“Spotlight on Frank Sinatra”
Wednesday 29th April 19:30 UK

“Robbie’s Late-Nite Lounge (featuring Piano tracks only)”
Friday 1st May 21:00 UK

“The Sunday Matinee featuring songs from the Movies and TV”
Sunday 3rd May 15:00 UK

“60s Pop Classics”
Wednesday 6th May 19:30 UK

“Robbie’s Late-Nite Lounge – V.E. Day featuring songs from the 40s”
Friday 8th May 21:00 UK

“V.E. Day – The Sunday Matinee featuring songs from the 40s”
Sunday 10th May 15:00 UK

Enjoy the shows!

Robbie Darin
April 2020

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9 thoughts on “The Streaming Sessions

  1. Cheryl says:

    Hi Robbie do you ever sing any Neil Sedaka songs I was listening to Spotify this afternoon playing his songs there were 3 that I liked Rosemary blue,the hungry years and our last song together these had a piano accompaniment which was like you have been using on your live streaming shows Cheryl x

    1. Robbie Darin says:

      Hi Cheryl,
      Neil Sedaka is normally quite high to sing for me however I’ve recently added ‘Breaking Up Is Hard To Do’ in both the Original and Trio versions. I’ll aim to do the Trio version on this Friday’s Late-Nite Lounge 🙂 I’ll check out those other ones too. Thanks for the suggestions.

  2. Cheryl says:

    Hi Robbie I’m certainly enjoying your live streaming shows and I’m especially looking forward to the VE Day ones now I’m sure you have people in your family that you will want to make a tribute for but if you could do a tribute from me to my dad he has got the Burma star and the marvellous colonel captain Tom who has raised all that money for the NHS😊if and it’s a big IF we can visit castle Brook I would love for you to sing for my dads birthday on July 10th🤔😊take care Cheryl x

  3. Cheryl says:

    Hi Robbie please can you sing a nightingale sang in Berkeley Square for my dad on your Sunday VE show I remember when I brought him to the Wyandotte I can see him now singing along to that song it brings a lovely memory of him cx

    1. Robbie Darin says:

      No problem Cheryl, it will be a pleasure. It’s near the start of the set, likely the fourth one I’ll sing 🙂

  4. Cheryl Ludlow says:

    Hi thankyou dad was on an aircraft carrier called the formidable I did ask him but he couldn,t remember but I think it was either Japan or Burma he went to both and came out in 1947.cheryl x

  5. Cheryl says:

    Hi Robbie I heard a lovely song today but don’t know who was singing it I do know it was originally sang by Brenda lee but I wondered if any of the artists you sing songs for had ever sang it the song is called all alone am I.cheryl x

    1. Robbie Darin says:

      Hi Cheryl,
      Yes, it’s a lovely song isn’t it? Brenda Lee made it her own. A few people covered it, including Bobby Vinton but nobody came close to Brenda Lee’s version I reckon?
      That said, check out a great version by Mario Frangoulis & Lara Fabian singing it live in Athens here in two languages too!
      It’s originally a Greek song/composition called ‘Don’t ask the heaven’ from the 1962 Greek film ‘The Island of the Brave’.
      Good spot. I don’t have any versions though.


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