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Robert Cox (Electronic Tracks)


Home: Willard, Ohio USA   

Ohio-based composer, singer and songwriter Robert Cox has played guitar for over 40 years, while 30 of those years have been in a solo guitar setting. He has taught several thousand students how to play guitar, and is an adjunct professor at two universities in the United States. Influenced by many artists of various styles, his repertoire includes many instrumental versions of Pop, Classics, Smooth Jazz, Blues, and Old Standard favorites.


 
 




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Total Tracks: 14

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Music Genres For Robert Cox
Animal | Blues | Childrens | Classical | Electronic | Folk | National Anthem | Pop | Spiritual |



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BOB'S GROOVE - (by Robert Cox)  Year: 2008
Robert Cox Exciting, up-tempo instrumental electronic music featuring guitar and piano. Great for theme song or background music. Instrumental, Electronic, Electro
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Electronic, Electro
321432 1:48 Mixed 120   

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