Robbie Wyckoff

Regarded by many as L.A.’s top session vocalist, Robbie Wyckoff’s highly sought after singing voice can be heard in several films, television shows and commercials as well as numerous guest appearances with various artists. 

Robbie recorded his first lead vocal for AINWM in 2004 on “Your Love Pulled Me Through”. Since then he has delivered impressive performances on “Holy”, “What Love Is…”, “Vagabond”, “Ask Me If I Care”, “All Funked Up” as well as the duets, “What I Wouldn’t Give” alongside Callaway and “How Far Into The Night” with Ashlie-Amber Harris.

From 2010-2012, Robbie appeared as the lead voice opposite Roger Waters on ‘The Wall’ World Tour as well as subsequent Roger Waters appearances and tours through 2016. Some other noteworthy names on his resume would include Diana Ross, Celine Dion, Bill Medley, Rick Springfield, Clint Black, Michael McDonald, Jackson Browne, Natalie Cole, Barbara Streisand, Gloria Gaynor and Keith Emerson, as well as his own work, which includes the 2006 breakout release, “Lose Control” and 2010’s “Steppin’ Out”.

In addition, Robbie’s long list of TV and film credits include: Phineas and Ferb, Gravity Falls, Penn Zero, The Greatest Bible, The Replacements and Kim Possible (Disney) 7th Heaven (The CW Network), Shrek (DreamWorks), Undercover Brother, (Universal Pictures), The Emperor’s New Skool, The Osbournes (MTV,) ILL-ustrated (VH1), Everbody Loves Raymond, Yes, Dear and The Guardian (CBS), Passions, Days Of Our Lives and Titans (NBC) and national television commercials for Old Navy and Burger King.

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