Robbie Wyckoff is a singer in Phineas and Ferb. He often gives voice to the hard rock songs on the show.


Robbie is a Los Angeles based vocalist and recording artist whose voice can be heard on numerous films, television shows, hit records and national jingles. Robbie has recorded and performed with iconic artists such as: Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Natalie Cole, Clint Black, Sheena Easton, Rick Springfield, Keith Emerson (Emerson, Lake & Palmer), Michael McDonald, Jackson Browne and Greg Rolie (Journey, Santana.) A native of Michigan, Robbie's passion for music led him to Los Angeles in the early 80's, where his reputation steadily grew. Ranging from Rock & Roll, Soul and R&B to Pop, Jazz and classic Big Band, Robbie has earned the reputation of a vocal chameleon. He is widely regarded as the top session vocalist in LA. In early 2010, Robbie was asked by Roger Waters of Pink Floyd to join The Wall Live Tour. As the lead singer, Robbie lends his vocals to the parts originally sung by David Gilmore. The North American tour began in Toronto, September 2010, followed by a European tour in 2011. Film and Television projects include vocals on the movie Shrek, the animated Disney TV series Phineas and Ferb, The Emperor's New School, The Replacements, and appearances on Everybody Loves Raymond, Yes Dear, and 7th Heaven. Robbie currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Victoria.

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