Louis was a member of the popular London folk band Green Ginger who performed at venues throughout the UK and Europe including regular appearances at every London venue including The Troubadour, Turville Folk Club, Cecil Sharp House opening for Steeleye Span, The Eindhoven Folk Festival with the Dubliners and Dick Gaughan, Syon Park and the Cambridge Folk Festival between touring the UK.
Green Ginger also recorded many sessions for BBC Radio and in 1973 provided part of the soundtrack for the major BBC/PBS TV show "Alistair Cooke's America."
Louis joined a traditional Ceilidh dance band The A40 Improvement Scheme with Geoff and Joy Lakeman. They played at countless dances in and around London as well as Cornwall's Falmouth Folk Festival. He also began to perform at solo gigs.
During the next twenty years Louis Robinson appeared as a solo act and wrote songs for BBC radio stations up and down the country including Radio Bristol, Radio Northampton, Radio WM and Radio Cambridgeshire. He provided songs for the BBC premier network Radio 4: "A Small Country Living" and "You and Yours" were regular commissions. Louis was also the singing host on two children's BBC radio shows, "Listening Corner" and "Let's make A Story". During this period, Louis wrote songs for the late Fred Wedlock's appearances on Noel Edmonds Radio 1 Sunday show.
In 1975 Louis made his TV debut singing his song "Councillor McCafferty" on the Avon Touring Company's TV program "The E for Environment Show". The following year he had a show with Brenda Wooton on BBC TV's "Down the Club".
In 1978 Louis wrote songs for "That Was The West That Was" a weekly satirical radio show that won the prestigious Sony Radio Award for Best Comedy of the Year. It also won the Radio & Record News Award for Best Comedy Show.
In 1984 Louis wrote a musical "A Man Out of Time" performed in Bristol by the Bristol Light Opera Company about the 19th Century inventor and engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
In 1994 Louis joined The Greensleeves Theater Company for their tour of Canada with an entertainment entitled "Brush Up Your Shakespeare."
In the twenty years between '75-'95 Louis wrote over 300 songs to order while pursuing his career as a BBC radio and TV producer and on-air presenter.
Louis' non-music writing credits include comedy material for "Cue Gary" with Gary Wilmot for Central TV and "The Freddie Starr Show" for Carlton Television, short stories, documentaries and a play for Radio 4 "Julie and the Prince," "Telly Addicts" with Noel Edmunds, Call My Bluff with Sandi Tosvig and Alan Coren, "Noel's House Party," "Noel's Addicts" and "The Entertainment Game" with Kit and the Widow. He co-wrote a sitcom "Plaza Patrol" for British comedy legends Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball, and contributed comedy material for their 25th Anniversary Show in Blackpool.
Louis now appears at venues in and around Atlanta. In the fall of 2012 Louis was appointed head of middle-school music at The Cottage School in Roswell.