"A" Blues Band


We are "A" Blues Band


Formed in the early part of 2014, “A” Blues Band was pieced together by renowned local piano man “Christopher” Rob Robinson. Rob recruited other Medina, NY musicians Mike Zelanzy (Guitar), Glenn Fuller (Harp), Nick Goodwin (Bass) and Alex Feig (Drums) to begin work on his passion project as he silently battled a cancer diagnosis. Rob had the blues in his blood and for the first time in his long-tenured musical career he had found himself as a frontman with full control of the musical direction. With a wealth of musical knowledge and history under his belt, Rob served as a musical mentor and teacher to the younger musicians (Nick & Alex) and as a platform for expression to his contemporaries (Mike & Glenn). What occurred over the coming years was a miraculous musical journey of cathartic healing, personal growth and burgeoning bonds of brotherhood. In the bands second year Rob received the blessed news that he was cancer-free and has since stayed in remission…and so the band plays on.


Vocals, Keys / Rob Robinson

Guitar, Vocals / Mike Zelanzy

Bass , Backing / Nick Goodwin

Harp, Vocals / Glenn Fuller

Drums, Vocals / Alex Feig 


Blues News & Updates


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Thrown From The Track

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In 2017 the band started work on their first original full-length album. All five members of the group contributed songs to the recording process and a number of the tunes were saved for a future sophomore release. The album contains 15 original compositions, with songs that were created on-the-spot during tracking and other tunes that were written decades ago with the band breathing new life into the recordings.

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Early Demos

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The band recorded it’s first demo in 2015. Consisting of mostly cover tunes the album served as a promotional tool. Two original songs “Shelby Swamp Boogie” by G. Fuller and “Seems Like Just Yesterday” by A. Feig were added to the album a little later.