Robbie receives an honorary fellowship to the Royal Conservatory of Music. “Some of my earliest memories are from just down the way on Bloor Street…I’ve realized after all these years and after all the work I’ve done, I’ve only come a few blocks.”
Robbie releases his autobiography Testimony, a New York Times Bestseller.
Robbie teams with Scorsese as executive music producer for the award winning film Silence
In concert with Caldecott Award winning illustrator David Shannon, Robbie once again teams with his son Sebastian to write “Hiawatha And The Peacemaker, a children’s book celebrating a story from his Mohawk heritage.
The Band is inducted into Canada’s Walk Of Fame.
Robbie teams with his son, Sebastian and colleagues Jim Guerinot and Jared Levine to co-author “Legends, Icons & Rebels,” which debuts in the Top 20 on Amazon.
Robbie joins forces with Martin Scorsese to produce and compose music for the film, “The Wolf Of Wall Street,” starring Leonardo Di Caprio.
Robbie inks deal with Random House to pen autobiography.
Robbie’s fifth solo album, “How To Become Clairvoyant,” will be released on April 5, 2011. It will feature Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Trent Reznor, Tom Morello, Robert Randolph and Angela McCluskey.
Robbie is inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame and is given the Royal Order of Canada.
Robbie is music supervisor for Scorsese’s film Shutter Island. “I think this is the first time that Marty has ever called me and said, ‘on this picture I really don’t have any ideas on where to start musically.’ After I read the script I suggested to him that instead of a traditional film score, that I put together a batch of music centering around modern classical composers with a few songs from the time period of the movie sprinkled in. Marty felt it really connected with the film and we went on a mission of doing something unlike anything we’d ever done before.”