• Robbie McIntosh

    Robbie McIntosh

    Robbie McIntosh (born 25 October 1957) is an English guitarist. McIntosh is well known as a session guitarist and member of The Pretenders from 1982 until 1987. In 1988 he began doing session guitar work for Paul McCartney joining his band full-time until early 1994. He continues to do session work and has performed both as a sideman with John Mayer and with his own band, The Robbie McIntosh Band.

  • Robbie McIntosh (drummer)

    Robert Broderick James McIntosh (6 May 1950 – 23 September 1974) was a Scottish drummer from Dundee, who was a founder-member of the Average White Band (AWB). His father was American-born actor Bonar Colleano, who had a successful career in films, especially in the UK. He was not married to Robbie's mother.

  • Robbie

    Robbie or Robby is a given name as well as a surname. It is usually encountered as a nickname or a shortened form of Robert or Robin. The name experienced a significant rise in popularity in Northern Ireland in 2003.

  • Robbie Liebel

    Robbie Liebel

    Robbie Liebel (raised in Bradenton, Florida) is an American student and football player. He plays for Penn State Nittany Lions and is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

  • Robbie Buttigieg

    Robert "Robbie" Buttigieg (27 November 1936 – 11 February 2004) was a Maltese football defender who played for Sliema Wanderers and represented Malta at international level. A one-club man, he captained Sliema Wanderers and later managed the club.

  • Robbie Vincent

    Robbie Vincent

    Robbie Vincent (born 9 June 1947) is an English radio broadcaster and DJ whose catch phrase for many years was "If it moves, Funk it". As a champion of jazz, funk and soul music in the UK during the late 1970s his contribution both live in clubs and on radio cannot be overestimated. Vincent himself proved as important a radio pioneer as some of the great American soul artists he interviewed and in 1995 was voted Independent Radio Personality of the Year at the prestigious Variety Club of Great Britain annual awards.

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