Robb Johnson Videos
A page listing recommended YouTube videos of performances by Robb, both solo and with the Irregulars. In particular, see:
The Robb Johnson Channel on YouTube. This includes over 70 videos and is often updated with new ones.
Video of Robb's concert at Trefpunt, Gent in November 2016. (Added 27th November 2016)
Video of Robb with Maggie Holland and Mark Whyatt performing 10 songs in Brighton Road Studios. (Added 12th February 2016)
A video of Robb performing "Inexcusable", which is shockingly as relevant now as when it was first written in January 2009.
A video of Robb at Glastonbury 2014, performing "The Day My Grandfather Played Football". (Added 5th July 2014)
This is not one of Robb's videos, it is one by Leon Rosselson with whom Robb works closely: "Sixty Quid a Week".
A lovely video of Robb and friends at Swaffham Free Festival performing "Win Lose or Draw" (Added 29th September 2013)
"Ding Dong Thatch" on YouTube - a bit of a rush job, and yes it's out of synch, but at least it's topical! (Added 12th April 2013)
"When Tottenham Burned". (Added 23rd August 2011)
"Everybody Loves" - a song for the Windsor Wedding. (Added 3rd April 2011)
These high-quality videos of Robb solo were recorded live at Triskell Music Studios, Merkelbeek, Netherlands in 2005. (Added 5th January 2011)
Two videos of Robb with the Irregulars, filmed by Claire Pullinger and edited by Tim Sanpher, from a gig at The Barn, Hittisleigh in November 2010. (Added 5th January 2011)
Video of the "Man Walks into a Pub", to accompany the relaese of the album, which you can watch on YouTube. Filmed in the Duke of Wellington, Shoreham-by-Sea in August 2010. (Added 21st September 2010)
Robb and the Irregulars perform "Win, Lose or Draw (Unbeaten)". The video was made by Tim Sanpher (who is an Irregular, and responsible for the song's demented 2nd guitar break). Images by Tim, Arvin Johnson and Guy Smallman. (Added 1st June 2010)
A very high-quality video by film-maker Martin Goodsmith, who filmed Robb singing "I Am Not at War" solo on Brighton Bandstand in September 2009, in the course of making a documentary on "folk soul". (Added 11th September 2009)