Welcome to Robinsong Music  
RobinSongMusic (RSM) is a Paris-based international music publishing and production company with an all English -language catalog. Since its founding in 1974 RSM songs have sold more than 60 million units around the world.

Our first international RSM hit was by Gloria Gaynor in 1975:("If You Want It) Do it Yourself,"by Jack Robinson and James (David Christie) Bolden. It was top ten in Europe and high on the U.S. soul charts.
This was followed up by England's Tina Charles with "I Love to Love" in 1976 which went to number one in l9 countries, then topped charts again in 1986 and has sold upwards of 38 million copies. Tina was also top ten again in the U.K. with "Love Me Like a Lover" was also penned by Bolden and Robinson.

David Christie, as the artist, was top ten around the Continent and the U.K. with "Saddle Up" written and produced by the team who also wrote and produced the dance classic "Strut Your Funky Stuff"by Frantique. They penned nine songs for disco diva Grace Jones and many other dance artists of the 80s. Robinson co-wrote the international hit for Princess Stephanie de Monaco, "Irresistible" and produced the soft rock standard "Dancing In the Moonlight" for the American-in-Paris group King Harvest .

For a look at some of the many RSM recorded songs check out:
http://www.discogs.com/artist/36979-Jack-Philo Jack Robinson

In recent years Robinson has been writing with L.A. based composer-producer
and keyboard whiz, Michael McGregor. Together they wrote the original score for
the forthcoming musical "WALKING THE DOGS."

Next: The return of the 80's pop dance group, THE GIBSON BROTHERS of "CUBA" fame. Robinson and
the Gibsons have written and recorded a new album with Belgian deejay Jaimy Jay. The first single scheduled
is a tune from WALKING THE DOGS, " I WAS BORN TO DANCE" featuring Imagination's Leee John .
 
Latest News  

Amongst the Latest PROJECTs is "Walking the Dogs" a musical comedy , book Jack Robinson and Julie Clare, lyrics by Jack Robinson, music by Michael McGregor and James Bolden. The show is being developed by LONDON producer Julie Clare whose recent successes include working on "SHOWSTOPPER The IMPRO Musical"and"HAMILTON'writer director Lin-Manuel Miranda's "IN THE HEIGHTS". Both shows won Oliviers. "Walking the Dogs" combines several of Robinson's top ten disco hits from the 70's and 80's with original music by McGregor and Robinson.