Robbie Tucker hailing from the east coast continues to bang against the restrictions of the conventional pop formula. His passion for his touchstones including Roy Orbison, Paul McCartney and Elvis Presley are evident in his unique brand of pop/folk.
His latest album Acoustic Fudge is Robbie’s fourth solo work and the first to be released solely through digital download. Once again and like his previous creations Acoustic Fudge finds Robbie acting as the band. Playing ukulele, guitar, arranging, singing lead vocals and harmonies.
In recent years Robbie was the focus of a documentary by filmmaker Gabi Kislat titled Musically Medicated. As well he wrote Hope Is All We Have for a documentary film titled Nuclear Hope. This track appears as well on Acoustic Fudge.
Currently residing in Miramichi, NB this east coast music maker is still writing and creating.
September 18, 2016
Check out the latest YouTube video https://youtu.be/eDonN5R_wn4 Robbie talks about a new songwriting class and plays a brand new song! LOVE .
January 31, 2016
I would like to announce the official release of my new album, Acoustic Fudge. The album is available for purchase through my iTunes and CDBaby stores (links via the top menu). You can also check out Acoustic Fudge on Spotify. Thank you for your continued support! Love is best, Robbie.
Acoustic Fudge Review
I dare you to listen to Robbie Tucker and not be drawn in to the man's world. His songs feature a naked honesty in a time when musicians craft elaborate facades in order to hit the big time. Acoustic Fudge is a joyous stripped down affair that nevertheless can fill a listener's soul. The Beatlesque pop of "Taxi Driver", the lilting ukulele and handclaps of "Finally Got the Time", the heartbreaking cowboy ballad "The Death of Tall Tom", and the exquisite, deeply personal "I'm Wearing My Raincoat" reveal to us an artist at the top of his powers. Robbie Tucker is confident in being himself in a world of poseurs. Try some Acoustic Fudge to fill you up.
- Stephen MacKnight