Robbie Nevil (born Robert S Nevil, 2 October 1960, Los Angeles, California) is an American pop singer-songwriter/producer / guitarist
Between 1983 and 1986, he began writing songs and got a publishing deal thanks to Pointer Sisters' producer Richard Perry
In later years, Nevil has been more involved in producing and writing for other artists than in solo performance, beginning most-notably with Jeremy Jordan's 1993 Top 40 hit "The Right Kind Of Love". More-recently, he co-wrote three songs on the chart-topping High School Musical soundtrack: "The Start of Something New", "We're All In This Together" and "I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You." He co-wrote the theme music to Hannah Montana, "The Best of Both Worlds", and co-wrote three other songs that appear on the Hannah Montana soundtrack album. Nevil's has been working with The Cheetah Girls, since their first album Cheetah-licious Christmas, and wrote the songs "The Party's Just Begun" and "Step Up" to The Cheetah Girls 2 film and "One World" and "Dance Me If You Can", from the soundtrack of The Cheetah Girls: One World.