Burchell Upholstery Chicago Jamaica martin's guitar Mountain Top Villa musician Robert Burchell

Muscian of 25 years Robert Burchell puts his vocals to test

Robert Burchell

Robert Burchell has been a musician for more than two decades.  He has played across Jamaica and the United States of America with Rude Beat band, Tony Bell and Cutchie, Indika band, Gregory Isaacs, Freddy McGreggor, Sanchez, Tony Rebel, Tonto Metro, Shelly Thunder, Sister Charmaine, Singing Melody, Elephant Man, Jimmy Riley, Half Pint, Junior Tucker, Carlene Davis, Chuck Fender, Spragga Benz, Mega Banton, Terro Fabulous and many others. 

A Jamaican, Robert Burchell migrated to the United States of America in the 90s where he juggled musical skills he nurtured from as early as age 10 between Upholstery, a trade he grew interested in at age 16 from working with his mother Icolyn Brown, a Seamstress in Kingston.  In 1994, Robert Burchell founded Burchell Upholstery in Chicago and subsequently, Mountain Top Villa, a vacation get away in Mandeville, south coast of Jamaica was built in 2008.

In 2013, Robert Burchell yielded to his spirit and made the decision to step away from his busy life to help spread the love of Jesus Christ and save souls for his kingdom.

Robert Burchell with his new Martin guitar!!

Robert Burchell writes, compose and produce his own music and have released two singles ‘The Lord is my Shepherd’ (gospel) and ‘Never Judge a Book’ (reggae) that are currently receiving favourable airtime on radio stations across Jamaica.  Both singles, will be coming soon to digital retail stores worldwide. Robert Burchell is hard at work in studios as well, looking to release his debut album entitle ‘Agape’ which means ‘unconditional love’ soon.  

Check out and follow this Christian minded Reggae artist on twitter @rburchellmusic and facebook @Robertburchell, Instagram @realrobertburchell and social cam @RobertBurchell.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *