Titanic’s Lead Singer Roy Robinson Passed Away In June 2015

A-597874-1239812670.jpegRoy Robinson (31st December 1945 – 8th June 2015)

I have just learned the very sad news of Roy Robinson, lead singer of Norwegian rock band Titanic, who passed away last month on the 8th of June 2015. Roy Robinson was a superb singer and of great talent, he will be greatly missed. Condolences goes out to Roy’s family and friends. May Roy Robinson rest in peace, God Bless him.

You will remember in a past post, Roy recorded a song in 1983 which was co-written by himself and David Christie called “Stay Thru The Night” (see video below). What you may not know is that Roy also recorded an excellent demo of David’s song “Fools Only See” (from the album “Back In Control”), and you can hear the song courtesy of Jack Robinson on his official website at http://www.robinsongmusic.com – go to “Song Catalogue”, “Songs With David Christie”, and select “Fools Only See” on the left-hand side of the website.

Roy Robinson – Stay Thru The Night (1983)

Roy Robinson – Stay Thru The Night
Written by James Bolden (David Christie) and Roy Robinson


2 comments on “Titanic’s Lead Singer Roy Robinson Passed Away In June 2015

    • Thank you very much Sheila, and it’s also great to hear about your family as well! Roy was a superb singer, very talented indeed – he is greatly missed! Roy did fantastic work with Titanic, and I’m very glad that their albums were re-issued over the years. And I would love to see your cousin’s solo work re-mastered too. Sheila, it is lovely hearing from you, and you and your family are very welcome! I wish you all love and best wishes – many thanks! XXX

      The David Christie Fan Page


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