Category Archives: Cottontalk
Hey Blues Lovers ! If you’ve been scrolling thru the Robert Cotton web site, you surely have noticed that things are Not what they used to be……… so I just wanted to let ya know the web site is und … Continue reading
….here‘s to……weekends, good Bourbon, Flying V guitars, good Cigars, Harley Davidson bikes, good woman, good Blues music…..good Blues weekend to you my friends!
Hello Friends! An event that can not be missed! Block this day on your calendar! All day to late at night ! There is no better cause for you to come out and show your support for all that we … Continue reading
News Flash!! Celebrating a New Year. New Beginning. New Hopes & Dreams…. 2022 starts with a new Blues Project….. “Robert Cotton’s Southern Brotherhood” I Can’t say too much right now but ……. you wont be disappointed friends! STAY TUNED! Hello Folks, … Continue reading
No rehearsals, no live preformances, no meeting with my musical families….its been damn hard… We are all finding our own way to maintain mental stability and our level of musical expertise during these strange times we find our selves having … Continue reading
Ohhhhh what a Niggghhhhht! Harmonica wizard Albert Koch and Robert Cotton 1It was in the middle of one of the most challenging times of our lives . We have all spent out spring , summer and now moving into Fall, … Continue reading
Friday, 27 December, 2019 “Keller Z87”, Bürgerbrau gelände Wurzburg Mucho Mojo Gunther Shunk- Bass, Peter Schäbler- Guitar and Vocal, Marius -Drums, Sebastian Schneider- Harmonica, Robert Cotton- Vocals and Guiar. Live Music with Mucho Mojo. Guest performances by Musicians that have kept … Continue reading
Saturday 26 August I had the honor of performing at a classic pub /music bar in Karlstadt Bavaria. The location, Lisle Karlstadt. A small pub with a big heart for live music of all kinds. Originally billed as an inside … Continue reading
In April, The Fabulous Robert Cotton Band opened a packed house at the historical Wurzburg live music venue The Omnibus. On the menu we had Hot Blues mixed with tangy Classic rock.