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Tom Robinson (b. 1st June 1950) is an English musician.

Born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, Robinson was the founding member of the Tom Robinson Band, an overtly political band with several hits in the 1970s, such as "2-4-6-8 Motorway" and "Power in the Darkness". Robinson's other best known song is "Glad to be Gay", and he was an outspoken hero of the gay movement in the 1970s.

In the 1980s he fronted Sector 27, another highly political rock band, which… read more

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  • Avatar for Daffybet
    Love Tom, was so impressed with 'War Baby' long ago, still have it on 45rpm vinyl! Admire him greatly for 'coming out' with Glad to be Gay, when that wasn't exactly the 'done thing' in those days, God Bless him, he's not played enough.
  • Avatar for TheZeeley
    listen to the radio +1
  • Avatar for LouisLloyd
    I can't believe they believed the Ewell's over him!
  • Avatar for hank_kingsley
    As a singer he's a much better journalist.
  • Avatar for bbc6music
    Hey! Gideon Coe will be playing some live tracks from Tom's 1978 Paris Theatre concert next Monday on 6Music. The show runs from 10pm-1am but you can listen again on the website up to 7 days afterwards. Here's the link: Have a listen!
  • Avatar for MissLucyP
    Lolololo Inoerite<3
  • Avatar for fannysays
    sing if you're glad to be gay <3

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