Shenandoah Valley, VA
Robbie is an award-winning entertainer who mixes acting and singing roles at professional theaters in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, with solo and band appearances.

An experienced performer, Robbie is a vocalist and guitarist who brings his love of '70s-era songwriters for an eclectic performance mix of the Eagles, John Denver, America, Gordon Lightfoot, Roy Orbison, Jim Croce, Willie Nelson, and several others. Listeners report that the song arrangements and voice characterizations are exactly what is recalled from the original recordings.

Robbie had the lead in 40 performances of Lost Highway - The Hank Williams, Sr. Story in 2005, and 45 performances of Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story in 2007. The latter received multiple standing ovations and broke all attendance records at Wayside Theatre, Middletown, VA - the second oldest professional theatre in Virginia.

Robbie as Buddy at Wayside Theatre, Middletown, VA
Photo by Westervelt

Robbie has been a vocalist and player in the Washington DC group known as the Rocking Bones for a number of years, a favorite among swing-dancers and rockabilly fans. He formed The Robbie Limon Band in 2002 and works as that band’s director and featured vocalist. He also co-authored Lovesick Blues, a unique treatment of the life of Hank Williams, in which Robbie performs with band. 

Photo by Westervelt

Married with one son, Robbie is not a member of Actors Equity Association.


Tel: 301-657-8585