Robert Cline Jr.’s third studio album, Troubadour Songs, Vol. 1., is a troubadour’s tribute to the songwriter’s songwriter. As “one of Willis Allan Ramsey’s favorite Texas singer songwriters”, Robert, tips the hat to the “Northeast Texas Women”. And featuring other songs written by Townes Van Zandt, Jerry Jeff Walker, George DeVore, Kevin Welch, John Hyett, Donnie Fritts, Dan Penn, Gary Nicholson & Dewy “Spooner” Oldham. This album, captures the spirit of the people and places that paved the road to a life of writing, touring & performing with true legends of the craft. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jimmy Nutt, at the Nutthouse Recording Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. Troubadour Songs Vol. 1, features the multi-talented, James LeBlanc & members of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, “The Swampers”, David Hood, and Dewy “Spooner” Oldham, on the recording of Spooner’s country classics, “Lonely Women”.
This nine (9) song collection of “Troubadour Songs, Volume 1”, presents an acoustic mix of folk, country and alt country classics. Ranging from solo performances to accompaniments by James LeBlanc, on guitar, David Hood on Bass & Spooner Oldham on B3 Organ. Robert Cline Jr’s, “Troubadour Songs Volume 1”, pay tribute to the writers and the stories they tell.
Description of Touring Career/BIO Robert Cline Jr., began his music career collaborating with members of The Subdudes, with his debut album, “All The Right Reasons.” Cline’s sophomore release, “American Mojo,” is an “homage to Muscle Shoals,” “oozing with spirit and feel” “through various musical styles” that “reflect Robert’s journey across America”– Americana UK. Since the release of “American Mojo,” Robert has logged numerous European tours and hundreds of thousands of miles across the US, gaining national and international reviews.