ROBIN RANDALL

ROBIN RANDALL

Robin Randall was born and raised in Hollywood. After graduating from the Dick Grove School of Music, she spent eight years on the faculty. As a writer, she got her first break co-writing the hit song “Tomorrow Doesn’t Matter Tonight” for Starship, going on to write songs for domestic and international recording artists, including ABBA, Mark Free and Australian band Roxus. Her other credits include songs for “Baywatch,” the ABC TV movie The Amy Fisher Story and NBC reality show “Starting Over.” As an author, Robin co-wrote Lead Sheet Bible (Hal Leonard Publishing).

In 2007, she was voted a Top-20 finalist in the “American Idol” songwriting competition and also contributed to songwriting on Idol finalist Brooke White’s CD Songs from the Attic. Robin has been a music judge for the Emmy Awards since 1997.

At MI, she teaches Songwriting, Theory and Artist Development.