Savannah Robinson

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Savannah Robinson
Born (1998-11-20) November 20, 1998 (age 16)
Genres R&B, soul
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Years active 2010–present
Labels Eleveneleven (2011–present)

Savannah Robinson (born November 20, 1998) is a young American singer.

She rose to prominence singing at local karaoke shows and vocal performances with her father Kevin Robinson. her big break came while singing during the Long Beach Pride festival in the summer of 2010, performing twice on the smaller stage of the festival, and then asked to perform on the main festival stage. Her performance was taped and was released on the internet becoming an internet sensation. Ryan Black heard Savannah in 2008 while he was having lunch outside in Culver City and a truck pulled up to a red light and a big booming voice came from the truck. Black looked over and saw a little girl singing at the top of her lungs so he rushed over before the light turned green & threw his business card to her father and asked him to call her. Her videos were being discovered and soon she was being booked in different venues. She then sang during the Long Beach Pride festival in the summer of 2010, performing twice on the smaller stage of the festival, and then asked to perform on the main festival stage. Her performance was taped and was released on the internet becoming a great favorite. She also was the opening singer at the Los Angeles Gay Pride Festival in 2010.

Following that, she appeared on local television on the Los Angeles KTTV show Good Day L.A..[1] She then appeared on American nationwide television on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on February 18, 2011 after Ellen DeGeneres saw her singing on YouTube and wanted to meet her in person. She was immediately signed to Ellen DeGeneres' record label eleveneleven in March 2011. Savannah came back to the show on March 30, 2011 to perform the song "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" with her favorite singer Jennifer Hudson.[2][3] Savannah returns to be on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on November 11, 2011 to sing a cover of Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful". Savannah appeared singing Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" on the Hollywood Christmas Parade in 2011. She was also on Anderson Cooper's talk show Anderson Live in November 2011 promoting Anti-Bullying.

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  • 2011: Believe-Holiday - EP - Oh Holy Night / All I Want for Christmas is You[4]

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