from Brighton, England
April 25, 1950 (age 69)
Guitarist Robbie McIntosh has fine-tuned himself as a desired sessions musician, and his long tenure playing alongside Paul McCartney and the Pretenders has established such notoriety. He has also rendered music with Dutch sax phenomenon Candy Dulfer, Joe Cocker, Phil Collins, Annie Lennox, and Carl Perkins, and McIntosh's expansive career hails back to the early '80s. He is classically trained, an acoustic perfectionist, and, aside from his collaborative work, Robbie McIntosh has maintained a low-profile, yet distinguished solo career. The Robbie McIntosh Band released Emotional Bends in early 2000, and followed up with Unsung later that fall. Wide Screen appeared in spring 2001. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi
Robbie McIntosh on guitars for studio recording
Robbie McIntosh talks through and plays the acoustic guitar and resonators on Turn Up For The Books
Robbie McIntosh talks and plays through the electric guitars on Turn Up For The Books
Robbie McIntosh - Best of
Robbie McIntosh - Thanks Chet (Trailer)
John Mayer - 2/4/08 - Private Acoustic Show in The Bahamas w/ Robbie McIntosh - [Full Show]
Robbie Macintosh - Self-taught, still rocking!
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