b. Dutch Robinson, 1946, South Bronx, New York, U.S.A.
Dutch Robinson briefly sang with The Ohio Players before recording a solo album 'Nothing's Got Me' for United Artists in 1977.
He, additionally, recorded the modern soul classic 'Can't Get Along Without You' for he same label around that time.
Dutch penned many of the tunes on that album, which was produced by Stanley Kahan in New York City.
Through the 80's he worked in New York as a member of Elbow Bones & The Racketeers and sang backgrounds with artists including Melba Moore in addition to recording solo singles 'Happy' (1985) and 'Low Down' (released by Expansion Records in the UK in 1990).
He has also toured in a stage musical 'Through The Grapevine', portraying Marvin Gaye.
Dutch has maintained a low musical profile since that time.
Nothing's Got Me (United Artists Records 1977)