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Robert W. Stevenson
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Robert Wayne Stevenson was born with a gift to share God’s Word through music. Stevenson became aware of his musical talents when he began to sing in the Children’s choir of the Good Samaritan Baptist church at the age of 5. He is a born native of Indianapolis, Indiana.During his early years he sang in many choirs and choral groups and this continued into his high school years.  
Robert W. Stevenson
As the son of a pastor, he was exposed to Christian music on a daily basis. He sang with his brothers and sisters in a family singing group called the Stevenson family. He discovered his gift for writing Christian music at the age of 14 with his first song, One More Hill to Cross which was recorded 4 yrs later.

After high school he joined the navy and found that his love for music followed him to the Island of Hawaii. While stationed in Hawaii he joined a group called Future Shock and performed for local military clubs throughout the island and other events including the Jerry Lewis telethon. He later became the bass and baritone singer for Paramour, aka By Way of Love. The group was well known on the islands of Hawaii and they toured extensively including such places as Japan, Okinawa, the Philippines, Guam, Korea and Taiwan. He was also a song writer for Paramour, with original songs on their album entitled Highly Recommended.

The group held regular engagements for Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe,Nevada. While a member of the Group Paramour, he began signing background for Marvin Gaye. He went on to tour with Marvin Gaye, including the famous European tour which included a performance for the Princess Margaret Dockland Charities in 1980. He performed with Marvin in such places as England, Belgium, Germany, France and the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Although having performed in the world of secular music he began to feel the tugging of the Holy Spirit in his heart.

Beginning in 1987, he created, owned and operated his company, A Song For You. He wrote and recorded personalized songs upon request for the company over a two year period. Two memorable clients were Anchor woman Barbara Boyd for channel 6, WRTV in Indianapolis and Assistant Coach of the New York Knicks, Herb Williams. This company led to appearances on the televised program AM Indiana as well as interviews on radio stations WIBC and WPZZ in Indianapolis. He relocated to San Francisco, California and started a similar company entitled Say It With a Song. This company had great success as did his Indianapolis and Orlando based companies.

In 1987, and 1988 he wrote two songs for the Indianapolis Colts Team entitled, How About Them Colts and Colts Go For Broke. These songs were played frequently on the local radio stations and sold in the local music stores. In 2001, after 9/11, Stevenson moved to Los Angeles, CA., to work with Amen/Messiah’s Vision Recording Ministry. He wrote and produced the United In Christ Project, a CD dedicated to the survivors of 9/11 which featured the song I Will Fear No Evil. Stevenson teamed with Kenny Smith in 2003 to write and produce the LA Lakers NBA championship song entitled, Three-Peat, which received prominence and extended air play on radio.

In the summer of 2007 Stevenson felt led by the Holy Spirit to relocate to Indianapolis where he shortly thereafter began to write and co-produce songs for Richard O. Jackson’s He Who’s Invisible CD project. In 2008, Stevenson along with Jackson founded Damascus Road Recording Company and 2 Indy Guys Publishing Co. Stevenson believes that all he has experienced has truly been a Damascus road experience and God has led him to this recording ministry for such a time as this. To God be the Glory!