Robert Deeble

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Robert Deeble (born 1966) is an American singer-songwriter originally from Long Beach, California, now based in Seattle.[1] His recordings have been noted for their orchestrated arrangements, a subtle, minimalist style of production, and lyrical content.[2] Robert's last full length album "Heart Like Feathers" released after a six-year hiatus.[3][4]


Robert's first album, Days Like These, featured a duet with folk heroine Victoria Williams on the song Rockabye. Subsequent recordings included such music industry veterans as Rachel Blumberg of The Decemberists, cellist Melissa Hasin, vocalist Anna-Lynne Williams and drummer Stephen Hodges (musician). Robert has toured throughout the US and New Zealand and has shared bills with: Low (band), Ida (band), Songs:Ohia, Sam Phillips and Over the Rhine.[5][6]


  • Heart Like Feathers (2012)
  • This Bar Has No One Left (2005)
  • Thirteen Stories (2003)
  • EarthSide Down (1998)
  • Days Like These (1997)

Vinyl 7"s[edit]

  • Bad Time for Love 7"' (2014)
  • Boots of Spanish Leather 7"' (2002)

Digital EPs[edit]

  • Letters from an Expatriate (live 2013)
  • Me I'm From LA Where Nothing is Sacred (live 2009)

Digital Singles[edit]

  • Undertow / Ring Them Bells (2012)
  • Heart Like Feathers (acoustic) (2011)

Compilations (featuring Robert Deeble)[edit]

  • The Round Compilation (2011)
  • Pop Tomorrow 2 (2009)
  • Preserve – Fractured Discs Compilation (2003)
  • Eye of the Beholder II – Tract Records Compilation (2002)
  • May Your Song Always Be Sung: The Songs of Bob Dylan, Volume 3 – BMG Europe (2002)
  • 'By The People For The People – Jackson Rubio Compilation (1997)


  1. ^ Kane, Rich (February 19, 2004). "Robert Deeble—Thirteen Stories". OC Weekly. Retrieved September 24, 2011. 
  2. ^ Proefrock, Stacie. "Staff Writer". All Music Guide. Rovi Corporation. 
  3. ^ "Robert Deeble : Heart Like Feathers". iTunes (editoria). Retrieved Feb 7, 2012. 
  4. ^ Macintosh, Dan. "Exploring his own ugly truths without flinching". Emusic. Archived from the original on July 28, 2011. Retrieved Feb 7, 2012. 
  5. ^ Keith, Bill. "Staff Writer". Trinity House Theater. Archived from the original on 2003-04-25. Retrieved 2002.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  6. ^ Sutton, Robert. "Singer Songwriter Robert Deeble Brings Seattle Folk Flavor to SXSW". Yahoo! News. Yahoo! News Network. Archived from the original on November 5, 2012. Retrieved Mar 18, 2010. 

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