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Bobby has been performing in Texas dance halls since he was 9 years old. He has performed on Austin City Limits, The Grand Ole Opry, TNN Prime Time, The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and numerous Willie Nelson 4th of July picnics. He was featured on the “Stars Over Texas” show on CMT, along with Vince Gill and Dolly Parton. Bobby has also had the honor of being an inductee into the “Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame”.
Bobby has been featured on over 400 albums, CD’s and singles, including performances on major labels. He has composed music for radio and television commercials airing throughout the US, Europe, and Australia. He is equally at home in the country, pop, rock, jazz, blues, Latin, and classical idioms. He enjoys composing and performing with string quartets. He also produces albums on a regular basis at his state of the art recording studio in San Antonio, Texas. For more info: www.sapg.info. Currently Bobby has eight CD’s available and his music can be heard daily on Sirius/XM Willie’s Roadhouse as well as many other great country radio stations all over the world.
Bobby’s instrument specialties include electric and acoustic guitars, classical guitar, steel guitar, fiddle/violin, mandolin, dobro, banjo sexto, bass guitar, lead and background vocals. In addition to his shows and tours, Bobby also owns and directs an elite live-performance music academy, The Bulverde Academy of Music, also known as BAM! (www.bam8.com) Here one can take serious lessons, with an emphasis on live performance in several genres.
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