Robert FlyingMan Abbott (Cheyenne/Arapaho) has played with such local and national artist as Dean Mathis (60's group The Newbeats), Andy Starr (Rockabilly Hall of Fame), Gino Wesley and the 58 Delrays and most recently Jason Greenlaw and the Groove. He also fronted Nasty Abbott. A band made up of the Abbott brothers (Mike, Jay and Lonnie Abbott) and a few friends including Matt Stone, David Bishop and Kristin Goodwin. While in Arkansas he has graved the stages of Juanita's, Midtown Billiards, The Afterthought, Sports Page, Pizza D's, Vinos, Downtown music, The Arkansas Arts Center, Arkansas Decorative Arts Museum, Earth Day and Arkansas Sesquicentennial Celebration all in Little Rock. He's also performed in Florida, Ohio, Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Mississippi at various festivals, clubs and casinos. Robert has recently moved to Gulf Breeze Florida to pursue his music career in performing and writing. His solo CD "Uneventful" is his post Nasty Abbott era of music and was released in August 2008.