Review: Mr. Missy’s album ‘Looking For You’

Album Review

Mr. Missy

By Ljubinko Zivkovic, Rock At Night Amsterdam

Review: Mr. Missy – Looking for You -Release date: April 27, 2023 


Mr. Missy

These days, quite a lot of music is being categorized within the ‘classic rock’ tag – from the hard rock, to roots in all its shapes and forms, with everything else thrown in along the way – from soul and R&B to singer-songwriter genre and power pop. 

And lo and behold, that is almost everything that Vancouver Island-based multi-instrumentalist musician and producer Marc Robichaud, AKA Mr Missy presents on his lates album ‘Looking for You.’ The album exudes such ease and confidence in crisscrossing genres, something that comes not only from capabilities, but also from years of experience on the music scene. 

Actually, for years, Robichaud was a professional guitarist for hire playing in corporate show bands, blues and jazz festivals. But then Marc took a 15 year hiatus from the music business to work as a carpenter. Does that hiatus show here?  

Not at all, for sure, Robichaud handles any genre he picks here with such ease as he was born with them (probably was) and bundles them all into one fine rock-based veneer that gives them a personal. Mr. Missy stamp. It is so good to have Robichaud back in music, where he definitely belongs. 









Ljubinko Zivkovic