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Robin Eatman

Robin Eatman has been a life long musician. The son of two keyboardists, Robin began studying piano at the age of 3. He sudied the violin for several years until the age of 13 whenguitr becamehis primary instrument. His first teacher was Sean Rogers of the Grateful Dead cover band Deep Space 6 centered in Ann Arbor. He then studied at Columbia University under Frank Dawson, Bill Boris, and ultimately Peter Lerner. He has had four successful bands in both Chicago and Ann Arbor. Chicago bands were Sweet Can, The Fellers, and Maccende. Ann Arbor band was called Pocket. Listen to some tracks at and


Primary Instrument


Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced


Happy to accept students in rock, blues, jazz, country, and more. Specializes in am band style.

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