Robbie Mortimer has brought joy and happiness to many a special occasion across the Central West as the interpreter of other peoples songs, now he invites you to join him celebrate the launch of his debut album of original music.
The youngest of five boys, born into a sporting family, Robbie found himself drawn to music from a young age. He took his first guitar lesson at 9 and slowly worked up the confidence to perform at a school talent show in Year 5.
The years ahead have seen him chip away at his craft doing weddings, parties almost anything.
The Fall of March is Robbies first album and it contains 10-tracks of original songs that encapsulate the joy of being in love. Set in a contemporary pop soundscape, Robbies tunes will make you feel that joy, melt your heart, lift your spirits and have you singing along. The album include We Need Us and Im Free which have been receiving good airplay across the Central West.
Robbie will be holding the Official Launch for The Fall of March this Saturday (7 December) at the Mortimer Wines Cellar Door, formerly the grounds of the old March Public School.
Robbie will be supported by his band Young and Wild, which includes James Mortimer (Guitar), Quinn Luxford (Bass) and Albie Bevan (Drums). For the official launch they will joined by Dale Allison on Lead Guitar (he was also the Producer on the album) and James Baker on Keyboard.
The evening will commence with the first professional performance of Milli Gibson.
Tickets are $20 (plus booking fee) and come with a complimentary glass of wine on entry. Food, beer and wine are available for purchase at the event.
Tickets are strictly limited and can be purchased from 123tix.com Robbie Mortimer The Fall of March.