Ikey Robinson was a fantastic banjoist and singer who was simply versatile enough to record both jazz and blues in the past due ’20s in to the past due ’30s. However, he spent very long periods off information after the golf swing era, resulting in him being much less known than he ought to be. After functioning locally, Robinson transferred to Chicago in 1926, playing and documenting with Jelly Move Morton, Clarence Williams, and (most of all) Jabbo Smith during 1928-1929. He led his very own recording periods in 1929, 1931, 1933, and 1935 (all have already been reissued on the CD in the Austrian label RST). Robinson used Wilbur Sweatman, Noble Sissle, Carroll Dickerson, and Erskine Tate in the 1930s, documented with Clarence Williams, and led little groups in the 1940s on. In the first ’60s he was with Franz Jackson, and in the 1970s (when he was rediscovered) he previously a chance to tour European countries and become reunited with Jabbo Smith.