Blues in Britain Cover

Robin features on the cover of Blues in Britain magazine with an interview with David Robinson. Buy a print copy here.

Been there, done it all. And as his latest album testifies, Robin Trower has No More Worlds To Conquer. At the age of 76, the British guitarist can reflect on a journey that has planted flags across the global musical sphere. A driving force behind Procol Harum, the solo career that followed defined Trower as one of the greatest blues rock guitar players of all time, and he’s making fine music to this day. “Don’t think of this as ‘mission accomplished’ yet,” he warns David Robinson.

Photo: David Robinson
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  1. Robin’s thoughtful writing and consummate playing has evoked ethereal emotions of wisdom and wonder since I was a teen. I’m thankful for every note produced by this kind and down-to-earth genius giant of the music world. As always, I can’t wait for the new release of No More Worlds To Conquer and pray for another opportunity for a live performance stateside. Thank you, Robin for your immeasurable contribution to our being. Peace.

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  2. Lord have mercy reflecting with my stepdaughter relating artists/musicians I had seen in the days of my youth oh my Mr.Robin Trower,at a location Shea Stadium Flushing,New York _ cannot remember date or year oh how very much I recall Mr.Trower.

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