Duck Dynasty’s Reed Robertson has launched his new single Catching Light EP on iTunes and Spotify.
Jase and Missy Robertson’s eldest son tweeted: “Catching Light EP is officially LIVE on iTunes. Go check it out! Very grateful for all the support so…”
Reed Robertson, 20, who is a talented musician, first appeared on Duck Dynasty in 2012 in the episode called High Tech Redneck.
He graduated from high school in West Monroe, Louisiana and moved to Nashville, Tennessee to follow his dreams as a musician.
Reed Robertson’s siblings are Cole and Mia.
Duck Dynasty’s Reed Robertson, the son of Jase and Missy Robertson, has left his West Monroe’s home for Nashville to pursue his music career, his mother has announced.
Jase and Missy Robertson’s teenage son is actually a talented musician who landed himself a spot on a tour with American Idol alum Colton Dixon, among others.
Duck Dynasty’s Reed Robertson is the son of Jase and Missy Robertson (photo Facebook)
If you were able to pick up Duck the Halls, you might remember Reed Robertson as the album’s high point in the tune Camouflage and Christmas Lights.
Reed Robertson boasted a pretty good voice — as well as some guitar skills — which he showed off in a school performance last year.
Missy Robertson wrote on Facebook: “Reed, our firstborn, left the nest for Nashville this morning to follow his dream of music. Jase and I are trusting God to lead him in this endeavor. We’re very proud of how he has chosen to live for Jesus and the risks he is willing to take to pursue this step in his life. Please keep him in your prayers…and us as well. We’ve raised him to leave home, but it’s still hard on this mama.”
Duck Dynasty’s Jase and Missy Robertson are visiting Washington D.C. with their three children, Mia, Reed and Cole.
Jase Robertson with his wife Missy and their kids in front of the White House (photo Facebook)
Missy Robertson wrote on her Facebook page: “We’re in Washington, D.C., where I’ve wanted to bring the kids for years, goofing off, learning a lot and having a few <<selahs>>, as Jase says. It truly is humbling to see our country’s history. We were spotted at the changing of the guard and we’re honored to take a picture with the Honor Guard. Now, onto the Nationals game to watch Adam.”
Duck Dynasty’s Reed Robertson graduated from Ouachita Christian School in Monroe, Louisiana, his mother announced on Facebook.
Duck Dynasty’s Reed Robertson graduated from Ouachita Christian School (photo Facebook/Missy Robertson)
Missy Robertson wrote on her Facebook page: „We spent last night celebrating with Reed, his classmates and families. I couldn’t be more proud of the decisions he’s made about attending a Christian college and trying to live a pure life for Jesus. There will always be persecution for godly choices (which he is already experiencing), but it only solidifies these choices as what is best for God’s kingdom (Matt. 5:11-12). To all those <<kids>> out there who are doing the same, Godspeed! Stand in your faith! You will be blessed.”
Reed Robertson was born on January 24, 1995. H is the eldest child and first son of Jase and Missy Robertson.
Reed Robertson plays football and baseball.
Duck Dynasty’s Reed Robertson, the eldest son of Jase and Missy Robertson, admitted that the pressures of being on a hit television show changed him, and not necessarily for the better.
In a new film by the Christian group IamSecond, Reed Robertson said: “A couple years ago, I started to get real cynical and looking at everything like <<That’s wrong>>, or <<They are looking at that wrong>> because I thought I had it all figured out.”
“I guess I got really caught up in thinking that I was better than everyone else because of who my family was.”
The changes in Reed Robertson’s personality caused his friends and loved ones to begin avoiding him. He grew angry and depressed, and after getting snubbed by his pals after church one day, he “finally hit rock bottom.”
“No one wanted anything to do with a cynical person like me,” he said.
“I told my youth minister that I was, I pretty much told him that I wanted to kill myself.”
Reed Robertson, the eldest son of Jase and Missy Robertson, admitted that the pressures of being on a hit television show changed him
Reed Robertson, now 18, wrote a suicide note, but after speaking with his parents, Jase and Missy Robertson, he had a change of heart.
“My mom was devastated of course. She’s crying and all this kinda stuff. She’s thinking where she went wrong and it wasn’t her at all,” he said.
“My dad told me, he said, <<That is the most selfish thing that you can do… Leave this world because you can’t take it>>. And I really believe that that’s true.”
Now, Reed Robertson said his situation has turned around and he’s “back on track with Jesus”.
“I just thought about, like, <<I’m about to leave all these people that I could have a really huge impact with>>,” he said.
“I was finally free of doubts, of having an attitude of being cynical, and I remember being so relieved. And Jesus brings that relief. I think who taught me that was the men in my life and my family.”
The 30-minute documentary The Robertsons also recently shed light on past issues regarding Reed’s grandparents, where it was revealed that Phil Robertson’s one-time drinking problem almost destroyed his family.
Duck Dynasty will return on December 11 with the Robertson family’s annual Christmas special.
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Duck Dynasty’s Jase Robertson and his wife Missy have three kids: Reed, Cole, and Mia.
Reed Robertson, 18, is Jase and Missy’s eldest son. He is a senior in high school, playing football, and hanging out with his girlfriend.
Jase and Missy Robertson and their children
Cole Robertson is Jase and Missy’s second child. He has been on the show quite a bit. He is 15, now, and looks so much like Willie’s boy, John Luke, that seeing the two cousins together on camera is always fun. You’ll find him playing video games with John Luke on one episode and, in the same episode, getting a lesson from Granddad Phil on how not to be a “yuppie.”
The little one is Mia Robertson. Ten-year-old Mia hasn’t been on the show at all, except sitting around Miss Kay’s table for the family blessing that ends each episode.
Duck Dynasty’s Jase and Missy Robertson attended the Ouachita Christian game on Friday night.
At Ouachita Christian, Monroe, Louisiana, where Jase and Missy Robertson’s son Reed is a senior, the Duck Dynasty stars blended in with the crowd Friday night to watch Ouachita Christian’s victory against Block.
Jase and Missy Robertson attended the Ouachita Christian game
Jase and Missy Robertson weren’t operating in complete anonymity, however. Missy Robertson sang the national anthem and Jase provided the invocation in Ouachita Christian’s home opener.
Jase Robertson mentioned that he thinks Reed will end up at LSU and forgo opportunities to continue playing football at the FCS level.