Experiencing a Robby Eichman performance is a natural tonic for anyone who loves the sunny side of Rock and Roll. Employing the use of loop pedals, guitar, tambourine, and harmonica, he promises the audience a perfectly balanced cocktail of covers (equal parts iconic and surprising) with music from his debut album Wires, Wood, and Words. His hometown of Huntsville has embraced his talent, naming him one of the top three vocalists in the Tennessee Valley. That support is due mainly in part to his refreshing take on classics and his irrepressibly catchy originals, which are deeply seeped in British Invasion syrup and sprinkled with 90s pop-punk. He wears his catchy influences on his sleeve and plays catchy music, which has proven to charm crowds into staying for “just one more song” until last call time and time again.