THE LEGENDARY ROSCOE ROBINSON
Inducted Twice into the AMERICAN QUARTET HALL OF FAME - Once with The Original Five Blind Boys
of Mississippi and once with the The Blind Boys of Alabama
He had a MILLION SELLER R&B HIT in 1963 "That's Enough"
After many years of singing with the “Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi,” he started singing with the Grammy award-winning“Blind Boys of Alabama.” He his first recording experience was in Jackson, Mississippi at Trumpet Records. Roscoe Robinson's extensive discography is found on All Music
Lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
His first million seller was “That’s Enough” on the Scepter Label recorded in 1963 in Chicago, Illinois. He then went on to have follow-up hits with “A Thousand Rivers” and “Do It Right Now.” He has sung with David Ruffin and Eddie Kendricks of the
Temptations, Patti LaBelle, B.B. King, Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls, and many others. His gospel hits include “Sending Up My Timber”, "Lord You’ve Been Good To Me”, and “Father I Stretch My Hand Up to Thee”.
2014 Roscoe Robinson released GOD'S LOVE LIFTED ME HIGHER with Mississippi Delta Records.
2018 ROSCOE RELEASED TWO NEW TRACKS ON ABKCO RECORDS.
Reflective of his spiritual recordings is (“Turn Right and Go Straight”) and of his secular recording is (“We Got A Good Thing Goin’”).