It is with great regret and sadness that we have to announce that Robert Young passed away peacefully during the night of 30th May 2011. His music will live forever in our hearts. Rest in peace Robert.
Visit the tributes page if you would like to view tributes to Robert by his fans. You can also contribute your own tributes.
Robert Young, born in Newcastle upon Tyne on the 8th January 1935, was at the height of his singing career during the 1970s, following the acolade of being named "Most Outstanding Male Vocal Act" by "The Stage and Television Today" in 1971. His first album, "A Portrait of Robert Young" was released in 1971, and was followed by a further four successful LPs: Love Remembers, Songs That Live Forever, From Robert With Love, and Robert Young Sings Great Songs From Great Shows.
Due to ill health, Robert is now retired and living in Wales.
This site is dedicated to Robert, and the wonderful memories he gave us. We hope that you enjoy listening to Robert's exceptional voice, and welcome fans, old and new, to the wonderful world of Robert Young, Tenor.
If you have memories of Robert that you would like to share, contact me here.
To hear more of Robert's music, visit my YouTube Channel - click here
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28/2/2009 - More videos added to YouTube
2/3/2009 - More photographs added to the photo album page
9/3/2009 - Another 8 videos added to YouTube
14/3/2009 - Added page "A Russian Love Story"
23/3/2009 - Alan Walsh's memories of Robert, Part Two added
20/4/2009 - Alan Walsh's memories of Robert, Part Three added
14/5/2009 - More Videos added to You Tube
18/5/2009 - Jean's memories of Robert added to the "Memories" page
June 2009 - Alan Walsh's memories of Robert, Part Four added
26/6/2009 - Elaine Armer remembers running the Robert Young Fan Club
24/7/2009 - Alan Walsh's memories of Robert, Part Five added
24/7/2009 - Critical Acclaim of Robert added
24/7/2009 - Career Page updated, re. Maxine and Robert Young's show at Wolves Social Club, March 1969
29/7/2009 - More photos added to the album, thanks to Reg Summerfield