RRE Booking Agency • PO Box 14686 • Greensboro, NC 27415
(336) 230-2243 • Fax: (336) 274-0564
Roy Roberts Booking Agency is your one-stop source for booking the best in Blues, R&B, and Soul entertainment. Whether you need music entertainment for a small venue or a large festival, Roy Roberts Booking Agency can provide the talent you're looking for. The following is a list of entertainers that can be scheduled to play at your event. If you are interested in booking an artist or would like more information about how to put together an event, give us a call at 336-230-2243.

Roy Roberts, Blues, Soul Singer and Songwriter
 Roy Roberts
  Blues/Soul singer/songwriter

  This international award winning
  performer knows how to capture an
  audience with his live performances and
  have them wanting more at the end of
  the night.  

  www.royrobertsblues.com  

  www.rockhouserecords.com

Little Royal, Soul Singer - James Brown
 Little Royal
  Soul singer

  Does tribute to his (half-brother) James
  Brown as well as his own music. Royal
  recorded fairly frequently in the '60s
  and '70s for labels including Carnival,
  Excello, and Tri-Us, a Starday-King label.
  For the latter label
, Royal cut his most
  well-known material with the "Crazy
  Cajun," Huey P. Meaux, as producer.
Johnny Rawls
Johnny Rawls
Soul/Blues singer/songwriter

Rawls’ musical tastes are as varied as his professional abilities are as wide-ranging as his itinerary. "My style is between gospel, blues and good hard soul music, Rawls says.


http://www.johnnyrawls.net/
Barbara Carr
Barbara Carr
Soul Artist

Carr was becoming popular on blues and retro-soul radio stations around the South, positioning herself as something of a female counterpart to Marvin Sease.


www.echorecords.com
Priscilla Price
Priscilla Price
Blues/Soul artist

Priscilla Price was presented with a
“Life Time Achievement Award" by the
Blues Society of Detroit in 2006

Chick Willis
Chick Willis
Blues Artist

In the years since "Stoop Down Baby, Let Your Daddy See" was issued on the tiny La Val label in 1972, Willis has rarely strayed from the song's themes and in the process has created a lucrative career for himself as "The Stoop Down Man".

http://www.chickwillis.com/
Simone De
Simone De
Soul singer/songwriter

Simone De is one of the new breed of artists successfully keeping soul music alive. Simone De is a convincing singer with a high and soulful tenor voice of which many have described being both powerful and emotional, charged with a gospel-like overtone. Simone De is able to captivate an audience throughout all of his performances. The crowds always enjoy Simone and are left wantingmore.

www.simonede.com
Big Ron Hunter
Ron Hunter
Blues singer/songwriter

This versatile musician performs solo acoustical shows, electrical guitar shows with his band, and even blue grass. He opened for RALPH STANLEY & The Clinch Mt Boys
Lou Pride
Lou Pride
Blues artist

He has a classic blues/soul voice that has found its way onto at least four solo albums, a slew of singles, and countless performances as an in-demand blues performer renowned for his electrifying stage presence and Bobby Bland-ish growl to whisper to shout delivery.

http://bluescritic.com/loupride.htm
Phil Guy-Buddy Guy's Brother
Phil Guy

Soul/Blues artist

Phil Guy (brother of legend Buddy Guy) is always ready to boogie and give the people what they want – whether it’s some down home Louisiana blues, Sweet Home Chicago Blues, Funky James Brown tunes, Rolling Stones “Missing You,”or today’s hip-hop – Phil delivers more than what audiences expect. “Fun” should be his middle name.

http://www.philguynothrmule.com/

Tony Drake
Tony Drake
Blues singer/songwriter


“This blind, autistic artist has an amazing God given talent”, says Blues artist Roy Roberts.
Eddie Floyd
Eddie Floyd
Soul singer/songwriter



Best known for his 1966 hit song "Knock On Wood" and other songs from the Memphis Soul Music era at STAX Records. He wrote songs for himself and other artists including Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding.

He is a member of the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame, The Alabama Music Hall of Fame and has received other honors throughout his nearly 50 year career in music.

http://www.eddiefloyd.com/
William Bell
William Bell
Soul singer/songwriter, Southern soul legend

One of the architects of the Stax-Volt sound, and is probably best known for his 1961 debut single, "You Don't Miss Your Water". In 1977, Bell topped Billboard's R&B singles chart with "Tryin' to Love Two". He co-wrote such tunes as “I Forgot to Be Your Lover,” “Private Number,” and “Born Under a Bad Sign,” the title song of an album by guitarist Albert King and a major hit for the British group Cream. Bell was inducted in to the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame in 1997.

http://www.williambell.com
Deitra Farr
Deitra Farr
Singer/writer, blues, soul, gospel

Deitra Farr is considered one of Chicago’s top vocalists, according to Living Blues Magazine (May 1997). Fiery, energetic, and soul-stirring describes this woman, who has over the years been nominated for Traditional Female Blues artist of the year by the W.C. Handy Awards, Female Blues Artist of the year by the Living Blues Critics Awards, the British Blues Connection Awards, and the Les Trophees France Blues awards.

http://www.deitrafarr.com/

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