Robin Almony hails from a quiet suburban area outside of Baltimore, Maryland. She began her musical career at the tender age of 4 years old. It was a rendition of the classic song, 'Jesus Loves Me.' Since then, music and ministry have always been a central focus of Robin's life. She continued to follow her passion throughout her young life, singing in school and church choirs until adulthood. Robin continues to display her passion for musical and theatrical ministry today. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in musical theatre from Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida, she moved to the Lancaster-Strasburg area of Pennsylvania. Robin currently resides there and works full time at Sight and Sound Theatres' Millenium Theatre, the largest Christian theatre in the Western Hemisphere. Here she acts and sings as a principal character, doing over 11 shows a week. If that weren't enough, she also tours along the east coast and mid-atlantic region of America, performing at various churches, fairs and conferences. In addition to these solo concerts, she ministers with the vocal group 'Refuge.' 'We're working on our first praise and worship CD,' she states, 'It's exciting to see what God is doing in my life and in the other members of the group, and we are really hoping and praying that this will touch a lot of people.' In addition to hearing her on tour and on her Christmas album, listeners can find Robin's voice on the 'Broadway Bound' recording for Munchkin Toy Company.* Robin's debut album captures the essence of jazz influenced easy listening. She muses, 'I want this album to be one you could put on while you're sipping hot cocoa by the fire on a cold snowy Christmas Eve.' And listeners will indeed find her music enjoyable on such occasions, as well as many others. Robin's new album, 'Catching Rainbows,' will be available September 2003. *Munchkin Toy Company trademarked and copyrighted by state and federal copyright laws. Robin Almony claims no endorsement or cooperation from Muchkin Toy Company in this article or on this web site.
1) The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on An Open Fire)
2) On Christmas Morn
3) Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas