Robert Joseph Bare Jr. (born June 28, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Bare was born in Nashville, Tennessee, the son of singer Jeannie Bare (née Sterling) and country musician Bobby Bare, Sr. His parents met in 1963, when his father hired Bare's mother to join his act as a singer. Bare's mother, Jeannie, was a shopkeeper in Nashville. Bare has a younger brother, Shannon, and a younger sister, Angela.
Robert Joseph Bare Sr. (born April 7, 1935) is an American country music singer and songwriter, best known for the songs "Detroit City" and "500 Miles Away from Home". He is the father of Bobby Bare J. also a musician. In the 1950s, Bare repeatedly tried and failed to sell his songs.
Bobby Bare, Jr. (born June 28, 1966) is an American musician who has recorded solo albums, as well as two albums with his band, Bare J. .He is the son of country musician Bobby Bare.
And yet Bare Jr. maintains his third solo album was more carefully orchestrated, since rehearsals were held and arrangements worked out previous to the sessions. Well, there is no denying the firepower. The son of a legendary Nashville country singer, Bobby Bare Jr. has been carving out his own particular niche for the past decade with songs that are loose and loud, tough and tender, country-influenced but clearly rock. He’s joined by members of My Morning Jacket, Clem Snide and Lambchop, who intuitively understand the demands and never overshine the songs.
Bobby Bare J. American singer-songwriter and musician. One of Us Has Got to Go, Not Enough to Stay, Rock and Roll Halloween и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. has the heart of a poet and the soul of a drunk who can be counted on to tell some funny stories at the bar on Friday night. Or is it the heart of a drunk and the soul of a poet? Whatever the case, Bare has perfected the art of wearing his heart on his sleeve while spinning musical shaggy dog stories that can be either hilarious or harrowing, and he once again reveals just how good he is at such things on his fourth album with his Young Criminals' Starvation League, 2014's Undefeated.
Bobby Bare Jr. joins that list with "The Big Time. If you're a person who believes in tongue-in-cheek humor, you will really appreciate this song. This has all the sarcasm you'd expect from a Nick Lowe song. Frankly, when you hear this song, you realize how rare it is to find intelligent wit in music. A couple things are clear when you listen to this album. First, Bobby Bare Jr. is not interested in pursuing the Nashville sound just because that's where he grew up and that's where his dad made his name. Second, Bare just writes a really good song.