Episode 177

Published on:

20th Mar 2021

Robert Berry Rocks "Third Impression" Latest Solo LP with Bruce Hilliard

Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends. We’re so glad you could attend, come inside, come inside. Today’s guest was one the last people to work with the late great Keith Emerson (for you young folks, he was “E” in ELP or Emerson, Lake and Palmer...worth a Google). 

Except for a song you’re about to hear, Never, Emerson’s final keyboard work was part of 3 with Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer and today’s guest, Robert Berry...who has also worked with Ambrosia, Alliance and The Greg Kihn Band.

He is known in the music industry as a producer, recording engineer, songwriter, vocalist, player of keyboards, guitars, bass, drums...basically one stop shopping. Please welcome Robert Berry and a few tracks from his new solo release “Third Impression.”

Robert is a multi-talented producer/songwriter/vocalist/instrumentalist.  When it comes to creating music, he does it all and does it very well.

Robert has just released on Frontiers Records, his new album of new music entitled Third Impression, under the name 3.2.


Third Impression features the last track (entitled Never) that Berry and his friend and mentor Keith Emerson worked on together before Emerson’s tragic passing.

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Bruce Hilliard

Host Bruce Hilliard has an appetite for music, “the soundtrack of our lives.” His personal journey has included opening for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame artists Heart, the Ramones and Dr. Hook. His degrees in music and journalism he says “are cool but everyday in every way, get better and better.” Interviews with everyone from young garage bands where it all begins, to seasoned veterans...all compelling. And there’s music.