A little History

Robyn Adele Anderson is a jazz singer, actress, and pin-up model. Following her breakout with Postmodern Jukebox, Robyn continued to gain notability by arranging and performing her own covers on her YouTube channel. Across social media, Robyn has amassed over half a million followers and more than 200 million views on YouTube. Not only has she become known for her unique renditions of popular songs, but her channel has also gained attention for the unconventional ways in which her videos are made. Set up with a single camera on a tripod, each song is arranged, rehearsed, and recorded in under three hours. The result is a simple, one-take video that is reflective of what a live performance would sound and look like in a variety of genres, ranging from ragtime to reggae. Robyn’s most popular covers include a big band version of System of a Down’s “Chop Suey'“ and a swing version of Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly.”

In addition to creating videos, Robyn performs live as a solo artist as well as a regularly featured singer with Postmodern Jukebox. She has toured on five continents and has made appearances on several TV shows including “Good Morning America,” “VH1 Morning Buzz,” and Australia’s “The Morning Show.” When not on tour, Robyn can be found both singing and acting in New York City’s immersive theater scene. She has starred in a variety of productions including “Ziegfeld’s Midnight Frolic,” “The Flying Doctor,” and “The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini.”

 

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