The Robin Langdon Band

  Robin Langdon hails from Brooklyn, New York where he received his musical training at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.  In the United States he worked with many artists including Jimmy Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Brook Benton, The Sherells, The Ronnetts, Ruby and the Romantics and Lenny Welch.
In 1970 he moved to Toronto.  He soon began playing drums in the orchestra pit of the Royal Alexandra Theatre where he remained for two years.  Subsequent to that he recorded many radio jingles including Home Hardware, Big Steel, Petrochelli, Woolskins and Stitches to mention a few.  Robin moved on to television and films.  


He did numerous TV commercials for Sears, and Labatts. Other TV appearances include SCTV with John Candy, Andrea Martin, Dave Thomas, Rick Moranis, Eugene Levy, Joe Flaterty, and “Nobody Makes Me Cry” with Elizabeth Taylor and Carol Burnett, “The Terry Fox Story” with Robert Duval and several other films for HBO.
  He appeared on the large screen in “Strange Brew” starring Dave Thomas, Rick Moranis and Max Von Sedow and still continues to show his vocal versatility on television and radio commercials.  Robin has also enjoyed success performing as lead singer with several of Toronto's most prominent party bands.  And now the celebration and the tradition continue with The Robin Langdon Band.

Rob with The Mystics - February 2012
(the Mystics had a big hit with "Hushabye" in 1959.)