A full-time musician for most of his life, jazz and R&B keyboardist Robert Carr thrives by creating engaging performances for his audiences and spreading his love for music.
Robert Carr FAQs
Q. What style of music do you play?
A. Smooth Jazz and R&B.
Q. How many pieces do you typically play as and what instruments are they?
A. 1 man, live/tracks.
Q. Do you play in other configurations?
A. No, I only play solo.
Q. Why did you become a professional musician?
A. I’ve been in the music business pretty much all of my adult life. I have been a solo R&B/Smooth Jazz keyboardist since the 1990s. I absolutely love performing because feel as though l can learn something new every day in my career. I thrive with crowd participation and in my ability to cater music selections to the crowd.
Q. Where are you located?
A. I live in Atlanta, but I travel often to areas in North and South Carolina such as Rock Hill, Tega Cay & Charlotte.
Q. Do you travel?
A. Yes I do.
Q. Why should an event professional book you?
A. I fit perfectly at any size event. One thing I’ve learned is that volume control is very significant. Also, because l have played for so long, l try to read the crowd to determine my music selections. Timing is everything as well. Selection of the right song after a speech/award or dinner music is important. I always try to ask if there is a certain mood or feel in order to make it a great event.
Q. Do you have the capability of providing your own sound & lights?
A. I have an excellent sound system, but no lights.