His songs cover the whole of life, not just social and political issues. He has played at venues as diverse as picket lines and the Royal Albert Hall, and he has translated some of the songs of Jacques Brel and performed concerts celebrating his life and work. The old cliché "protest singer" is too feeble and inadequate to describe Robb and his work. What others have said:
"Love songs as touching as the political material is sharp." - Red Pepper.
"One of Britain's most challenging songwriters." - The Daily Telegraph.
"His songs are incisive and clever and witty and you can sing them on your way to work work." - Boff, Chumbawamba.