Robbin Thompson is a Folk Rock Music singer from Richmond, Virginia. He has been a musician for over 40 years in a career that has included being the lead singer in the early Bruce Springsteen band Steel Mill. Robbin Thompson is an Autism Light because he wrote an autism awareness song for military families called Maybe Tomorrow.
Robbin Thompson career of over 40 years includes these achievements.
- Vice President and co-founder of In Your Ear Music and Recording Corp.
- Won the American Song Festival twice.
- Recorded over a dozen albums.
- Co-authored the popular song Sweet Virginia Breeze with Steve Bassett.
- Lead Singer in the Bruce Springsteen band Steel Mill.
- Recorded songs with Eagles bassist Timothy B. Schmit.
The song Maybe Tomorrow has been adopted by the organization Act Today! For Military Families. More information on Act Today! For Military Families can be found on the blog post when they were named Autism Light #82. The following is a video of how Act Today! For Military Families has used Robbin Thompson's song in their promotional video.
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Special thanks to Robbin Thompson for being an Autim Light and giving the autism community a song that represents the real life military families struggling with autism. We hope Maybe Tomorrow will continue to raise awareness of this important part of the autism family. For more information on Robbin Thompson visit his official websie at www.robbinthompson.com.
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