along with Chris Corney
, played the support slot for Dead Rock West at the Empty Room Promotions
show in Tingewick Village Hall during March 2011. Southern California native, Robin’s musical education began the moment she met her guitar teacher, Randy Rhoads (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne) and under his tutelage, became an ace six-string player. She became lead guitarist for the all-female rock band Precious Metal, which signed to Polygram Records, later moving to Chameleon/Capitol Records. Releasing several albums as well as writing with Heart, Poison and Cheap Trick gained accolades from both fans and critics alike.
Later Janet joined Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham’s band in support of his 1992 solo album, Out of the Cradle, the time with Linsey profoundly influenced Robin’s guitar playing, singing and songwriting, as well as her general approach to the music business. Her current CD "Everything has changed" was produced by John Carter Cash, at his father, Johnny Cash's studio - The Cash Cabin, in Hendersonville, Tennesse. You can also view Janet's performance at both Tingewick and Bedford at www.youtube.com/djhlivemusic