Across his three indie releases, internationally touring Nashville-based singer-songwriter Robby Hecht has distinguished himself as the second coming of James Taylor, a gentler Damien Jurado. But, whatever the comparison, it’s hard to miss that his songwriting is distinct and individual. He doesn’t shy from the obvious rhyme, but manages it with a delicate audacity, placing it only where it best serves the story or the mood. Robby has won many prestigious performing songwriter awards including Kerrville New Folk, Telluride Troubadour and the Rocky Mountain Folks Fest Songwriting Competition.
"Robby Hecht sings like a whisper, like a hesitant truth that simply can’t go unsung anymore. His songs can invoke starry nights and fog rolling in on the beach. Lights turning off. Front porch silences and morning walks alone. Holding hands for the first time, letting go for the last." -Kim Ruehl, No Depression
"Pitch-perfect, gutbucket country" -Eric Danton, Wall Street Journal
"It’s his ability to capture the oft-inexpressible details in a relationship that make many of his songs really stick with listeners" -Dacey Orr, Paste