Robert Beeson is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1992||Chuckie Perez||Universal||Executive Producer|
|1993||Imagine This||Imagine This||Executive Producer|
|1995||Jars of Clay||Little Drummer Boy||Executive Producer, Producer|
|1996||Eric Champion||Transformation||Executive Producer|
|1997||John Jonethis||Lounge Freak||Executive Producer|
|2000||Caedmon's Call||Long Line of Leavers||Executive Producer|
|2000||FFH||Found a Place||Executive Producer|
|2000||V*Enna||Where I Wanna Be||Executive Producer|
|2001||Caedmon's Call||In the Company of Angels||Executive Producer|
Robert Beeson is a music executive. He founded Essential Records in 1992, home to artists Jars of Clay and Third Day, along with Caedmon’s Call, Bebo Norman and FFH. He also created the City On a Hill series. He became Senior VP A&R for Provident Music Group after they bought Essential, working with Casting Crowns, and Michael W. Smith.
He left Provident Music Group in 2006 and formed iShine, a faith-based music/multimedia company geared specifically towards the tween marketplace.
He lives in Franklin, TN with his 3 daughters.