Robeone is the name for solo work by Keyboardist Robert Schindler.

Robeone/Robert has been recording since the early 1970s. He’s worked with notables Ronnie Spector, as well as for Johnny Nash when “I Can See Clearly Now” was a hit.  He played with progressive rockers Mayson on Bearsville Records, pop rock acts The States on Chrysalis and Boardwalk Records. He’s in the progressive rock group ZOOM with Paul Landry on New Age Music Planet Records. Recently he recorded with Melodic Revolution Records' artists Red32, Tony Romero’s Vortex and Joe Mac’s American Garage. He’s played live at a number of festivals—most recently RoSfest and ProgStock where he is the resident minstrel in the park. Robert also worked on the award-winning soundtrack to "The Fiery Narrows - Following the Path of John Charles Fremont." 

Check him out here:
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100% of the profits from the sale of all his CDs sold here go to the Bob Moog Foundation. Located in Asheville, North Carolina, The Bob Moog Foundation is an independent 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the legacy of Bob Moog by inspiring others through science, music and innovation. The Foundation is providing much needed innovation and effective educational opportunities to children – youth who will become tomorrow’s generation of thinkers and problem solvers.