Tom Robinson is a British songwriter and broadcaster born in 1950. His music career began with the London acoustic trio Café Society, whose 1975 album was produced by Ray Davies. With the Tom Robinson Band (TRB) in the late seventies he was a vocal supporter of Rock Against Racism and LGBT rights - enjoying chart success with Glad To Be Gay, 2-4-6-8 Motorway and Up Against The Wall. TRB's debut album Power In The Darkness went gold in the UK and Japan, and after the band broke up in 1979 Tom subsequently wrote songs with both Peter Gabriel and Elton John.
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