Robert Davi is live Monday through Friday from 3pm to 6pm pacific time. Call Davi during his live show, give him your thoughts and be heard nationwide at 1-800-449-8255 (TALK). If you can’t wait for the next live broadcast, play the most recent show on the Robert Davi podcast.
Not since Orson Wells or Frank Sinatra has there been a talent so unique that he brings together theatrics, culture, politics and music into a nexus of sheer on-air brilliance. Unique, unpredictable and powerful: This is Robert Davi, a man born for radio, with a deep faith and love for America.
A veteran actor, screenwriter, director, producer and world-class jazz vocalist, Davi is one of the film industry’s most recognizable “tough guys,” from the opera-singing baddie in “The Goonies,” to one of the most popular James Bond villains, Colombian drug lord Franz Sanchez in “Licence to Kill.”
Ironically, considering his ubiquitous tough-guy image, Davi is also a consummate musician. In 2011, his debut album, “Davi Sings Sinatra: On the Road to Romance,” reached Billboard Magazine’s Top 10 Jazz Chart and inspired jazz legend Quincy Jones to remark: “I have never heard anyone come this close to Sinatra’s sound – and still be himself. Many try, but Robert Davi has the voice, tone, the flavor and the swagger. What a surprise. He absolutely touched me down to my soul and brought back the essence and soul of Ol’ Blue Eyes himself.”