If your bio page boasts glowing endorsements from the likes of Carl Perkins, Ronnie Wood, Paul McCartney, and Robert Plant, you’re undoubtedly doing something right, musically speaking. Such accolades don’t rain lightly from the heavens. And Robby Vee, well, he’s been turning heads and making friends in the highest echelons of the music cosmos. When you dive into his latest opus, Double Spin, you’ll understand precisely why…

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