Robbie Hancock is a singer/songwriter and a composer/producer for film and television.
Some of his recent song and composer credits include music placed on NBC, CBS, ABC, BBC, CNN, Netflix, HBO, A&E, AMC, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, MTV, Bravo, BTN, HGTV, and the DIY Network. To date his music has aired in Canada, USA, England, Peru, Germany, Denmark, Russia, Spain, Finland, Denmark, Thailand, The Netherlands, France, Japan, China, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Romania, New Zealand and Australia.
Robbie has been performing live for over 20 years and has played at Disney World, Busch Gardens, Canadian Music Week, North by North East, The Ottawa Tulip Festival, The Hamilton Music Awards, and The Halifax Pop Explosion. He has toured Canada several times and recently performed in Nashville and Los Angeles at live music venues and conferences. He also regularly participates in the Artist on Board program for VIA Rail Canada, performing on the trains for passengers from all over the world each year from coast to coast.
As a producer Robbie’s clients have songs that have made the semi-finals in the International Songwriting Competition, The Canadian Songwriting Competition and a 1st and 3rd place win at the Women’s Freedom Song Contest. Their songs have also been placed recently in high bar music libraries in California.
Robbie also was a panelist and mentor recently on publishing and licensing at the Rifflandia Gathering Music Festival and Conference in Victoria BC and also ran a national clinic for the Songwriter Association Canada on Sync Licensing. He also has run several clinics at Long and Mcquade on licensing songs and instrumentals to film and television. He really enjoys giving back and paying it forward to up and coming artists and songwriters.
Robbie runs fundraiser events for homeless teens and has brought awareness and raised funds together with the help of local musicians and communities every year since 2008 and has now with the help of local and artists and communities, raised over $20,000 to help end youth homelessness.
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