Robert Hale - What People Think Of Me Is None Of My Bus
  • What People Think Of Me Is None Of My Business
  • I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
  • A Place Where I Belong
  • What People Think Of Me Is None Of My Business
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:20) [5.34 MB]
  • I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:07) [7.14 MB]
  • A Place Where I Belong
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:33) [5.84 MB]
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Kyle Watson | Director of Marketing |

Renowned singer/songwriter Robert Hale is thrilled to announce the release of his latest single, "What People Think Of Me Is None of My Business." This vibrant Bluegrass track highlights the West Virginia native's unique sound and is available for fans to download and stream on all major platforms now.

The lively recording "What People Think Of Me Is None Of My Business" was penned by talented songwriters Tim Stafford and Jon Weisberger, and is sure to captivate audiences with its energetic vibe. This hard-driving anthem features a relentless, fast-paced banjo that sets the tone for the entire track, perfectly complemented by Robert Hale's distinct and powerful vocals. From start to finish, the song delivers an invigorating listening experience, capturing the spirit of contemporary Bluegrass music. Fans are sure to be swept away by the dynamic synergy of instrumentals and vocals in this compelling new release.

The latest release is a follow-up to Robert Hale's previous singles, "A Place Where I Belong" and "I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water." The latter track is a fresh take on Stonewall Jackson’s original 1965 recording, showcasing Hale's ability to honor classic hits while infusing them with his unique style. These singles, along with his newest release, will all be included on Hale’s forthcoming album. Fans can look forward to this highly anticipated collection, which will be available from Pinecastle Records at a later date.

Hale's journey in the music industry began with humble roots. At just nine years old, he broke onto the scene by performing locally in West Virginia with his father Clayton Hale’s band. Clayton, a regular on a 1970s television show airing on WOAY, inspired Hale's early passion for music. A few years later, Robert’s talent earned him an invitation to perform at the legendary Grand Ole Opry as a guest of the iconic Bill Monroe. Over the years, Hale's career flourished as he played with numerous critically-acclaimed bands, including JD Crowe, Eddie Adcock, LiveWire, Wildfire, and the Allstars of Bluegrass. His exceptional skills even caught the attention of Country legend Dolly Parton, who invited him to collaborate on two of her recordings.
  • Members:
    Robert Hale (vocals, guitar), Jason Davis (banjo), Chris Davis (mandolin), Kameron Keller (bass), Nathan Aldridge (fiddle)
  • Sounds Like:
    Robert Hale, Missy Raines, Scott Vestal, Shawn Lane and Chris Davis
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