Blues, classical, jazz, vintage rhythm and blues, country picking, or rock and roll – Rob Higginbotham can do it all. He’s a marvel on the acoustic six-string in any style you’d choose, and he’s never more relaxed, magnetic, and mesmerizing than he is when he’s playing his own witty songs. A guitarist of Higginbotham’s skill can always count on plenty of work in a place like Nashville, and plenty of work requires plenty of Black Coffee, the name of Rob’s single off his debut EP, recorded at one of Nashville’s most famous studios, the Sound Emporium. Rob and the Mysterious Undertones made the recording “old school” as a live trio with no click, and within a few takes were able to capture the five song EP. They bring the same excitement and seasoned professionalism to their live shows, playing all over the Middle Tennessee area and looking forward to expanding their reach to nearby markets. Rob tours as a solo musician, with his trio and up to a six piece band, depending on the venue. You can catch his live show regularly at the Fillin’ Station in Kingston Springs where he and the Undertones have a residency through the Spring of 2019, as well as Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor in Franklin, with upcoming shows in the greater Nashville and Franklin area. Check the calendar for upcoming dates.