ReelyMusicLibrary Robert Nesbitt Buffalo, NY Robb Nesbitt lived an honest and unassuming life, trying marriage and attempting to raise two daughters, paying too many bills and busting his body on corporate industry. Then he retired. Remaining humble, he read his poetry out and got published dozens of times and places, even editing a collection of Peace poems "Waging Words For Peace" with Chuck Culhane (a buddy of Pete Seeger), then without ever auditioning, his performance style (as evidenced in the 'Ice9' troop) won him roles in four plays - his lead character in Sweet Street (nominated for best ensemble cast - 2010 Artie Awards) was noted as the high point of the play by Buffalo News when he performed Leonard Cohen's 'Bird On The Wire' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5z2VFNO7Tg Simultaneous, were appearances in four local films: he provided the original song 'Roll,Lord' to Sweet Jesus, and performed in 'The Big Mess', 'Fake Job' and 'Beyond The Mainstream' for which he composed and played the music for its theme song 'Welcome To My World' which is found here on Soundcloud.com/slowheart-1/welcome-to-my-world-short Robb Nesbitt's contributions to art also include photography and a few videos, such as his 1989 masterpiece 'Don't Believe' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdJIBKN-o80 Robb Nesbitt is a realist and knows the internet allows everyone to take what he has done for free. He makes a funny face about that, but is not bitter. New eminent and imminent 2cd song cycle should appear relatively soon (provided he is not assassinated by anyone - or by himself for promotional purposes) will be called 'DREAMS UP THERE' and 'GRAVITY B-LO'. B-lo stands for Buffalo NY a cool, inexpensive place to live and own a home - everyone left, so there's not much traffic jam or elbow bashing sidewalk hustle. C'mon down. C'mon up. C'mon over. Fill yer cup !!!