Check out this special 15 min Video 'STILL GOING STRONG'
to mark Rob's 60 years on the road in Ireland! Biography now available with free CD- see below

He may be 75 years old this year but Rob Strong, as his Biography by Paul Holland suggests, is STILL GOING STRONG! The Derry native, with the sensational blues/soul voice, is celebrating an amazing 60 years on the road this year in 2022. See quotes on Rob from Barry Devlin (Horslips), Colm Wilkinson, Johnny Logan, Pat Shortt and Paul Brady below!

Order your copy of ‘Still Going Strong’ for €24.99 which includes a FREE Rob Strong CD worth €15  Delivery also included to any part of Ireland. For UK, Europe,USA, Canada, Australia & New Zealand etc shipping charges vary.



The thing about Rob Strong is, he’s a serious package, bass chops, voice, presence. And he really didn’t need amplification. The voice would carry down a hall on its own. There was definitely a connection between us and The Plattermen in the early ’70s.”

Barry Devlin, Horslips

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topics Covered

The Bands

The Polka Dots, The Plattermen, The Giants, Las Vegas Showband, Rob Strong & The Rockets, The Rob Strong Band, The Commitments Movie.

The Settings

'Derry, Omagh, Las Vegas USA & Dublin.

Celebrity Interviews & Quotes

Interviews with some of the biggest names in Irish music-Colm Wilkinson, Barry Devlin, Phil Coulter, Johnny Logan, Mary Coughlan, Brian Coll, Paul Brady, Brush Shiels, Don Baker, Paddy Cole, Pat Shortt and Rob's son Andrew Strong.

What People Say About Rob

“To play with someone of the calibre of Rob Strong was a huge honour for me as Rob was one of the best singers I had ever seen in Ireland.”

Johnny Logan

“Rob Strong is unique. He is incredibly talented. In my opinion he is the best Blues/Soul singer to ever come out of Ireland. His innate gift is his voice and his timing is incredible.”

Colm Wilkinson

“There is no doubt in my mind that Rob Strong is world class. His voice is just amazing. To see The Rob Strong Band live is very special.”

Pat Shortt

“Seeing Rob Strong with The Plattermen on the late ’60s was a big influence on me. To hear a fellow Northerner sing the soul music I loved so well, gave me a lot of confidence that one day I could find my own voice. Rob is one of the true originals!.”

Paul Brady