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    During his youth, Robby's father worked in show biz for the David Wolper Organization while his mother appeared in numerous motion pictures including a series of Elvis Presley films. As Robby matured, he learned to combine the best of what he loved about both those worlds. By thirteen, he was singing his songs in Taos Plaza Cantinas and Cafés, and recording in Hollywood with celebrated Native American guitarist Jesse Ed Davis, recording artist Johnny Rivers, and legendary producer Van Dyke Parks. Robby's music had its radio debut on KROQ introduced by "The Mayor Of Sunset Strip", Rodney Bingenheimer.Throughout his youth, Robby performed in Hollywood's talked about club scene. He toured with country singer and academy award nominee Ronee Blakley, Rick Danko of The Band, Gene Clark of The Byrds, and Paul Butterfield of The Butterfield Blues Band. But it was his apprenticeship with Latin activist Reyes Tijerina and Native American activist Dennis Banks that would change the course of Robby's life and put him on the red road he was born to follow.In 1989 Robby founded Native Children's Survival (NCS), a non-profit organization devoted to the healing of Mother Earth and all her children. Check out Robby's entire biography at ~
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