Some of you know I’m part of a side project called Ottoman Trip. It’s a musical duo including Trevor DeVage and myself. This past August we had a great opportunity to play Celebrate Freedom with Switchfoot and Third Day. Yeah…pretty sweet. Biggest crowd yet: 45,000 folks. Lots of fun. Thanks, Salem Communications for the opportunity. You guys rock. Shout out to Keith Nelson (KLTY) and Ryan Brandon. You guys throw a great party!
I’ll be doing a stripped down acoustic show at Roots Coffeehouse in NRH, TX on Saturday, February 9. It’s going to be a laid back and fun night. My awesome wife, Anna will be performing several tunes with me. Also, I’m hoping Jeremiah Duckett pops up for a few tunes. It’s all free. Just come and buy tons of coffee, muffins, etc. Let’s hang together and chill.
A big thanks to all of you for your great support over the years. We’re shutting things down for a spell to take a breather. Life keeps going on and on. We figure taking a hiatus to enjoy it and renew our creativity is a good move. Who knows what God has in store down the road. Peace.
Thanks to everyone who made it out to our show in Southlake, TX this past weekend for Art in the Square. You guys are the best! And a big thank you to the city of Southlake for inviting us out to play the main stage this year! It was tons of fun. We were so glad to be part of the fun and the fundraising!
You got it! On the Main Stage prior to Chris Cagle‘s performance, the Robert Gotcher Band will be playing a 2 hour set from 3 to 5pm this Saturday, April 28th in Southlake Town Square! The event is terrific! Check out more here: Art In The Square The event is FREE to the public! All proceeds will be donated to local charities!
It’s finally here! The CD Release party for Peace, Love, & Dallas Music! Held downtown Dallas at City Tavern, many of the artists who performed on the album will be playing live! Come on out for lots of fun and festivities. CD’s will be available along with killer PLDM tshirts. If you can’t make it to the party and would like to snag a digital copy, we’ve got it up on iTunes: Peace, Love, and Dallas Music. Yeah, that was the link. Or you can click HERE! Hope to see you soon…
Rob here…can’t believe that Anna and I will have been married 10 years this October. Wow. It’s amazing. God has blessed us way beyond what we ever could have hoped for or imagined. Not only do we have a fantastic marriage (which seems to be shifting into it’s best season yet), but we’ve been given two beautiful children who are nothing short of blessings from the hand of God Almighty. Nicole and Benjamin never cease to blow us away in how they reflect God’s love and handy work!
All this to say that I am grateful to God who has blessed me SOOOO much! Not only have I been given a family that far exceeds what I deserve, but He has given me life in Jesus that has changed me forever. God is good and I am a recipient of that goodness, no matter how you slice it. Much love, my friends. Please celebrate with me and Anna as we step into the next season of our lives. Our prayer is that you would know the grace of God and the peace that comes from being smack dab in the middle of His will. Hope to see you soon!
Thanks to Trevor DeVage for the great family photo. Hey, isn’t it time to shoot some new ones again?!
Here’s a new tune I wrote about a week ago. Carlyle and I laid it down the other night at my place. Hope you enjoy it!
We just got word that the Robert Gotcher Band will be playing the House of Blues in Dallas on Sept 2nd for the first time. “They said we were a good fit for the main act that night: Better Than Ezra,” says Gotcher. “I have to agree. The guys are pumped! We’re looking forward to playing this outstanding venue.”
Although RGB will be playing the smallest HOB stage (VooDoo), still it’s the HOB. Come out and support them as they work towards the bigger stages with aspirations of not only opening for national acts, but to eventually headline the House of Blues. “Without our outstanding fans, we couldn’t even get a gig at WalMart. No joke. We owe them HUGE kudos for what’s going on, ” declares a grateful Gotcher. “We’ll see you in September, baby!”