B i o g r a p h y
Dana Robbins has a bright, yet smoky, saxophone sound. She can beheard on recordings with Barry Manilow, Delbert McClinton, Keb’Mo and many other custom projects.
She grew up in Michigan starting saxophone at the age of 12. After a couple years at Berklee School of Music in Boston, she decided to begin her career with a ten-year stay in Los Angeles. During that time, she toured with Barry Manilow and also landed the spot as Band Leader for the Chuck Woolery Daytime Talk Show.
After the 1994 earthquake shook southern California, Robbins moved the family to Nashville. She worked her way into the music industry and played with Delbert McClinton, Aretha Franklin, Keb’Mo, Taj Mahal, Felix Cavaliere, Peter Cetera and Keith Urban. Recently she performed at the 2022 Country Music Awards with Jennifer Hudson and Chris Stapleton.
She has recorded three records; So Good, Dana Robbins, and 11. She is very excited to release her latest project. Three of the songs have been released and can be heard on all the music platforms.