“You know that phenomenon of having a song stuck in your head?
But in a good way? That’s what happened to me after listening to
Robert Parish’s “Navigator.” I’d be minding my own business, and
suddenly I’d be taking a right turn at Albuquerque, dancing with
Madame Thibodeaux, or opting for no salt on my margarita.
How can a CD be so wonderfully insidious?
But my favorite, and the one that haunts me most is
“If You Called Me Today.” George Strait, are you listening? Here’s
your next hit song. Oh my gosh that’s some songwriting going on.
What a fine new voice on the music scene! Welcome, Robert Parish.”
“Robert Parish is a Texas troubadour who captures life, love, and loss from a real world lens. Listeners, lend him your ear.”
– Anna Wilson, songwriter/jazz recording artist
“You – sir – are a real songwriter!…”
– Monty Powell, on the TX Songwriters Cruise
“I love the hell out of this s***; please keep it up! This is what music is all about! My friends love your music and I’m buying copies of the album for all of them…”
Anonymous CDbaby and iTunes purchaser from Germany
(Danke! – from Robert)