Featuring Chris Spedding and Rob Stoner.
From his NYC punk rock days fronting the Tuff Darts in 1976, to his days on RCA Records, neo-rockabilly singer Robert Gordon has always had music on his mind and in his sights.
Robert Gordon, who recorded for the great RCA Victor label, has appeared on many television shows around the world including: the Conan Obrien Show, Late Night With David Letterman, Second City TV, Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert, The Old Grey Whistle Test" (U.K. television), “Live from the Bottom Line" (Japanese television), "D.O.C." (Italian television), "Top Pop" (Dutch television), "Musikladen" (German TV) and a TV commercial for Budweiser Beer. His music has been used in major motions picture soundtracks like Oliver Stone’s “Natural Born Killers” and “The Loveless”, which Robert had a co-starring role with Willem Defoe. Robert’s hits include the Bruce Springsteen song “Fire” which was written for Elvis Presley and includes Springsteen playing keyboards on the track. Additional hits include “Red Hot”, “The Way I Walk”, “Rockabilly Boogie”, and “Someday, Someway”. Robert has recorded and toured with some of the most respected musicians of the last 25 years, musicians like Bruce Springsteen, Anton Fig, Paul Shaffer, Link Wray, Chris Spedding, Danny Gatton, and Eddie Angel.
Greasy Canadian has travelled on his own, playin' all over USA, Canada, Europe, Mexico...all sortsa places too, from big festivals to tiny bars to trailer parks & truck stops...Tours mostly as a one man band, but has plenty of bands too...He is currently banned from entering the USA...Has put out a buncha music, and has alot more comin'...Recently teamed up with Mark Sultan (BBQ) and released their debut LP, The Ding-Dongs...Also, recently teamed up with King Khan as Tandoori Knights, and released a full LP and a couple 7" singles...Has his own brand of hair grease, "Nice'n'Greasy", custom made for him by AGS, and it is without a doubt the best there is..If he comes to your town and you want to make him happy, he likes spaghetti and meat alot, but not too much before the gig, please.