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Robbie Fearon is a musician based in the West Midlands area. Whilst his primary instrument is the tenor sax, he also plays the alto, clarinet, guitar, and composes original material. He studied on the BMus Jazz course at Birmingham Conservatoire under the tutelage of Mike Williams. Robbie has also been privileged to study with musicians such as Dave O'Higgins, Clark Tracey, Andrew Bain, Hans Koller, Jean Toussaint, Richard Isles, Jeff Ballard, Percy Pursglove, Andy Panayi and Arnie Somogyi.

The Robbie Fearon Organ Quartet, his ensemble during his music degree, was described by the world renowned saxophonist Mark Turner as 'super killing' during a masterclass at Birmingham Conservatoire. The band last performed as part of Birmingham Jazz's legends festival. This group expanded to become Organized Crime: The Robbie Fearon Sextet, which showcased Robbie's talents as a writer and arranger.  Robbie has performed at venues around Birmingham such as The Spotted Dog, The Adrian Boult Hall and The Yardbird Jazz Club.

Robbie has diverse musical influences. Some of his favourite tenor players are Stanley Turrentine, John Coltrane, Eric Alexander and Ralph Moore.

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