Joe Robinson (born 25 May 1991), is an Australian guitar player. Robinson is most famous for his fast-paced fingerpicking style and being the winner of the 2008 series of Australia's Got Talent.
In 2006 he recorded his debut album titled Birdseed, produced by Parris Macleod at Cloud Studios near Wyong, New South Wales. Robinson composed all but 2 of the tracks for this release.
At the age 16, Robinson won the Australia's Got Talent grand final on 1 July 2008, with a performance of Tommy Emmanuel's arrangement of "Classical Gas." After the show he went to Nashville and recorded his second album, Time Jumpin', with producer Frank Rogers, which was released in 2009.
Joe Robinson returned to the studio in 2011 to record his third CD which includes vocals and band for the first time. The first single, "Out Alive," was released in Australia on 2 December 2011 with the full CD "Let Me Introduce You" scheduled to be released on 20 January 2012. Robinson will play a run of Australian dates to promote the release beginning with a five performance stint at the Woodford Folk Festival in late December 2011.