Our Kickstarter campaign ends in just a little over 24 hours which means two things: we only have one day left to reach our goal; and we are even closer to sharing this music with all of you. The mission of this project has always been to use music to give strength to people who need it. In times of reflection, sadness, and remembrance, the music can take over and bring us to a place we never thought we would reach.
For giving $250 to the Lullabies from the Heart Kickstarter Campaign, you will get a Lulla-gram: a personalized phone call from Robert where he will serenade you or someone you choose on a special day. In that past Robert has called people on their birthdays, anniversaries of sobriety or other personal milestones, wedding anniversaries, or days of remembrance for a loved one who has passed. Robert’s call will be a memory you can cherish forever.
Pledge to get your Lulla-gram today. There are only 4 left and time is running out for us to reach our goal!
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When you get the choice to sit it out or dance, I hope you dance
“I Hope You Dance” – made famous by LeeAnn Womack – is a beautiful reminder that we need to take time to see the beauty in our lives and appreciate the opportunities that we have. Robert had performed this song at some of his shows, and immediately suggested it for Lullabies from the Heart. This track features the Twin Cities vocalist, Aimée Lee.
“I hope you still feel small when you stand beside the ocean,
Whenever one door closes I hope one more opens,
Promise me that you’ll give faith a fighting chance,
And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance.
I hope you dance….I hope you dance”
Robert chose this song because it reminds us to take the time to dance – garden, sing, play, love – because “to be busy and to work hard and long is the epidemic of our world, and we need to take the time to enjoy life in whatever way we can.
On September 21st, Rafael chose to play “I Hope You Dance” on KFAI’s “A Great Blend of Watercolors.” Listen to Robert explain why he chose the song, and hear the track itself!
Lullabies from the Heart seeks to bring inner strength to people with a breathtaking musical experience. When choosing songs for the album, we sought songs that touch people’s hearts and bring them love and comfort in a way that only music can.
Robert chose Tears in Heaven for Lullabies from the Heart, because the song speaks to the universal, human experience of loss. Eric Clapton wrote Tears in Heaven in the early ’90s after a tragic accident that killed his infant son, Conor. Clapton poured his emotions into the music and lyrics, and Robert has done the same with his vocals.
Robert said, “We have to let go and still continue to love those we have lost. We cry now, but there will be no more tears in heaven.”
The day is almost here. On September 5th, you will be able to join with Robert Robinson as he sets out to soothe souls across America with 10 songs that he has called lullabies from his heart. But these aren’t your average lullabies.
To Robert, a lullaby is anything that can bring a sense of peace or calm to the listener. Who says that babies are the only ones who need relaxing music?
25 Days. $20,000. 10 songs. 1 Dream.
We live in a world that demands more and more of us each day, leaving many of us feeling exhausted, anxious, or just plain overwhelmed. This album will be a much-needed break from the chaos, offering rest to each and every person it touches.
By joining the Kickstarter team, you will receive gifts of gratitude: everything from signed photographs, a phone call from Robert, tickets to the CD release concert and copies of the album. Most importantly, you will become part of the movement that helps bring this message to the world.
Follow us to get regular updates about the project, and don’t forget to check out our Kickstarter page on September 5th!
~*~ Strength Through Music ~*~
Lev Productions spent the afternoon with Robert Robinson in MasterMix studio at the Institute of Production and Recording in Minneapolis, MN recording the first set of tracks for Robert’s new album Lullabies from the Heart. This album hopes to show a softer side of Robert Robinson, allowing him to use his voice to lull his fans. Although our team of professionals have been working on the music for more than a month, the music has finally come to life with the voice of “God’s canary” himself.
The dynamic duo that brought you Robert’s Inspiration album is back with a musical vengeance. Instructor at IPR and well known producer Scott “Scooter” Nelson says he is happy to be working with Robert again, and remembers the first time they worked together in the studio fondly. “I’m serious,” said Nelson in the studio. “When I first recorded Robert, I had to go ask Tom Tucker for help because I was scared Robert was going to break my microphone!”
But Lullabies From the Heart is bringing out a whole new dynamic of Robert’s powerful voice. Lead sound engineer at Green River Recording and student at IPR in Minneapolis, Chris Tianen, describes Robert’s vocals as “the perfect mixture of tension and release.” Chris, who studies under Scooter, assisted in the studio and will be working on the album with Lev Productions in the coming months.
The moments in the studio were pure magic. They brought a new vigor to the team. We cannot wait to get back in the studio later this month.
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