A big man with a big voice, Coty Robinson is ready to introduce himself.
A native of Dorchester, Ontario, Coty Robinson is no stranger to a microphone. Having the opportunity to be one of the home game in-house announcers for his home team, the Dorchester Dolphins, gave him valuable experience winning over a crowd.
After the loss of his mother at a young age, Coty dove headfirst into music as a way to cope with the pain and heartbreak and to honour her memory. For Coty, connecting with music was a way to express his own experiences, struggles, and emotions.
When he was unable to find the words to say, a song always could.
In 2019, Coty challenged Canadian country star Brett Kissel to a game of backstage beer-pong over Twitter. Kissel accepted, and Coty triumphed over the singer. After being egged on to sing in front of Brett by some friends, Coty sang an acapella verse and chorus of a Luke Combs hit for Brett and his band. They were blown away. Brett and Coty stayed in touch, leading to Coty performing at the London show of Kissel's 2020 Drive-In Tour.
A fan of country music first, Coty’s biggest aspiration is to bring the joy of connection through music and song and be able to share the experience with others.
Coty Robinson is set to record and release his debut EP in 2021. The album was recorded at OCL Studios in Chestermere, Alberta with JUNO award-winning producer and four-time Canadian Country Music Association Guitar Player of the Year, Matty McKay.
The EP will feature songs Coty has co-written about life, love, loyalty, friendship, and small-town living.