ROBERT ENDER

October 5th: A huge thank you to everyone who came out to the Guinness Festival last Sunday in Red Bank. There were close to 15,000 people in attendance. We had some challenges with power and sound in the 1st set, but thanks to our dear friends, we more than remedied the situation and ended up having a great time.

I so appreciate all the nice emails and personal greetings during, and after the event. We value it greatly. You guys are so great to play for. We're quite a bit more low key in October in terms of shows; but with a very good reason...stay tuned ;-). Thanks so much.

Always love to hear from you.

~Robert

Thank you so much to all of you that came out to the
Guinness Oyster Festival
in Red Bank on Sunday September 26th.

May 2011: Can't thank our growing following enough for your support in all of our recent shows. April was a great success for us in many ways. The feedback we've been receiving is really almost unbelievable;  we are very grateful for it. The show at Asbury Blues on 4/22 was particularly special; with my buddy Tommy Mastro in from Nashville on drums and the inimitable Gene Boccia on bass, I felt like a surfer with nothing but perfect waves underneath me...one of the best shows I've ever done. Thanks to many of you, we collected nearly $300 in cash tips that night(!) and I wanted to thank you for that. We look forward to many more good times ahead... Thank you all very much!

January 2011: Things may be a little quiet for us for the next month or so as far as live shows go. The reason? Recording! But we have a few, so please click above.

November 2010: We're really happy to be at Chico's House of Jazz in Asbury Park on Tuesdays beginning November 23rd and 30th. We'll be doing most Tuesday nights. Check the schedule. This is such a great place for us to play, and a really comfortable room to watch live music. Parking is easy (right out front - 631 Lake Ave. Asbury Park). We're there 8:30-11:30 PM.

I'll be doing a nice simple acoustic night at the Dublin House in Red Bank on Thursday 9th December  at 9 PM. I might have a friend or two join me on a couple numbers. Just gonna hang at the end of the bar and play whatever comes to mind ;-).

Check the "Shows" link above for more....


October 15th: We're really pleased to announce our appearance at Chico's House of Jazz in Asbury Park on Tuesday night, October 19th. We'll be playing by 8 PM and going until 12 or so. If you haven't been down to this club, you really should check it out. It's a beautifully room, very comfortable with a great vibe. It's at 631 Lake Avenue. Please come down an join us for our debut at this great venue.

Thanks to these guys, we had a very successful show at the Guinness Festival- Many thanks to those that came out and those that were so helpful before, during, and after the show...thank you. :)


In this photo: L to R - Tim Boyce, Tommy Meares, Gene Boccia, James Gibbs III, Rick Brunermer, Danny Walsh, Robert Ender,
Kendall Scott, and Mike Heady. What a great band to have....

Welcome to my page and thank you for visiting This site is continually being developed so please do check back in before too long. There are bits and pieces on each page so have a look. Feel free to drop me a line at my direct email by visiting the "Contact" page, or by writing me at
info@robertender.com. Have a look at the news page to see what's happening.Thanks again for coming by.
Best,

~Robert

NEW DATE! September 25th's show was postponed due to anticipated rain. Sorry for any inconvenience. Please do come out on Sunday October 2nd. We start at 12 noon sharp and play until 1:30. I'm very privileged to have assembled the most incredible lineup of musicians I've ever performed with, complete with a 4-piece horn section! I am really looking forward to this one; hope you'll join us!
-Robert

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