Robson has had a stellar 20 plus year career of continually delivering the hits for successive generations of pop stars and artists. A classically trained multi-instrumentalist from the northeast of England, Robson’s skills have accumulated over a dozen chart topping songs and delivered close to 40 Number one albums.

Robson started his run of success at the turn of the century, delivering a UK Number 1 single for Westlife with Queen Of My Heart, quickly crossing the Atlantic in 2002 to deliver Rascal Flatts their first US Number 1 single with These Days. Extensive work then followed with UK based pop punk band Busted and this resulted in the next UK Number 1 single with You Said No.

Double chart-topping success again arrived for Robson with his songs for Rascal Flatt’s What Hurts The Most and My Wish. These were taken from the bands 4th album, which also went to Number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, it became the highest US debut of 2006 and by far the best-selling country album of 2006.

Also in 2006, Robson wrote the song Shine with Take That, the second single from the band’s comeback album Beautiful World. The song reached Number 1 on the chart, staying there for two weeks and went on to win the British Single of the Year award at the Brits.

By 2008, Robson was involved with writing for some of the TV talent show stars and delivered Leona Lewis a UK Number 1 single with Run, before also delivering a succession of songs for UK artist James Blunt, topped off in 2010 by the next UK Number 1 single Everybody Hurts, the single release by Helping Haiti.

Robson’s next key partnership began with Olly Murs, a run of writing and production that produced three UK Number 1 singles including Dance With Me Tonight and Troublemaker (feat. Flo Rida), Both of these songs received Ivor Novello nominations. He undertook the bulk of the songwriting with Murs on his albums and has helped Murs now sell over 10 million albums worldwide.