Robert Crabtree has been working as a professional musician for over thirty years in the Chattanooga, TN area. He moves to Chattanooga in 1975 to study music at UTC where he obtained his music degree while working with the finest musicians in the area. Robert has worked at many varied venues, from flatbed truck, riverboats, concrete garages to the finest clubs and the Tivoli’s stage. From solo performances to the Chattanooga Symphony, Robert’s work has taken him around the world and has performed and recorded with such notables as Cy Coleman, George Beverly Shay, Bill Watrous, Jerry Coker, Suzanne Somers, Phil Driscoll, Michael Pope, The Wiz, Ringling Brothers, “Icecapades”, “Cats” and many others. Robert also coordinates with many musicians to provide entertainment services for corporate events, weddings, private parties and social events. Currently, he can be found performing at local venues from time to time with his favorite jazz combo of piano, bass and drums.
Not endorsed by but I've played Kurzweils for years but I have recently jumped over to the Nord guys and currently use the Piano 88 and absolutely love it. Rarely on the gigs I play I will need anything other than a piano sound. Still, its hard to beat a good Steinway or Baldwin grand, though! I've also got a vintage Fender P-Bass that I truely love as well.