Kenny Robinson has been a cold sore sufferer his entire life. As a professional trumpet player, he has had to endure these embarrassing and painful outbreaks while using his lips to make a living! Read what he has to say about his career, his struggle with cold sores and the creation of Robinson’s Remedies.
Roger Ingram is a performer, educator, author, designer, and one of the most dominant jazz/lead trumpet players in the music industry. Roger graciously took time out of his schedule to talk with us about his formative years as a musician, what he’s been up to and why he endorses our products.
What sets Louis Armstrong apart from other trumpeters? Was it his ability to hit high notes with a powerful command of his instrument? Was he careful to maintain his skills with constant performance and practice?
We got a chance to catch up with Endorser Kenneth Tompkins, a featured performer at at this years International Trombone Festival in Muncie Indiana.
He’s no stranger to the road, the stage or a classroom, this Detroit bred trombonist has paved a path for himself performing, educating, producing and perfecting the business of music.
Jennifer Wharton is a low brass specialist based in New York City. Though getting her start classically, Jen has deep roots in jazz, commercial, chamber and Broadway music. Like a virus, she won’t stop until she has conquered the world!
Pucker up Buttercup!
Trumpet players are the best kissers!
As Michael prepares for tour with David Sanborn, he took the time to catch up with Robinson’s Remedies and answer “5 Questions”
The Robinson’s Remedies crew had the chance to catch up with esteemed trumpet musician, Paul Baron right before the opening of Aladdin The Musical in Detroit, Michigan.
Tis the season for sugar laced goodies and cocktails galore, with a sprinkle of nuts and handful of salt, with a shot full of caffeine tied in a bright shiny sore!