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Robert Glen "Bobby" Doyle (August 14, 1939 – July 30, 2006) was an American singer, bassist, and pianist. He is best known for his early work with a young Kenny Rogers and for a brief stint with Blood, Sweat & Tears. He played piano on two tracks on BS&T's 1972 album New Blood. Doyle joined the doo-wop group The Spades (later The Slades) in 1957 while still at McCallum High School in Austin.
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Bobby Doyle (jazz vocalist), Robert Glen Bobby Doyle August 14, 1939 – July 30, 2006 was an American singer, bassist, and pianist He is best known for his early work with . on the group's 1962 album In A Most Unusual Way The trio disbanded in 1965, and Rogers went on to become a country-pop sensation Doyle continued as a solo artist, releasing multiple singles and albums including an appearance on the soundtrack for the 1971 film Vanishing Point. Doyle was born blind as a result of his mother contracting German measles during pregnancy An operation in 1959 to restore his sight, paid for by his high school friends, was unsuccessful2. The Spades Don Windell Burch, John Goeke, Tommy Kaspar, Bobby Doyle bass, Joyce Webb.
Bob Doyle may refer to: Bob Doyle (activist) (1916–2009), activist, World War II veteran and Irish member of the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War. Bob Doyle (politician), member of the Ohio House of Representatives, 1983–1992. Bob Doyle (rugby league) (born 1944), Australian rugby player. Robert Doyle (disambiguation). Bobby Doyle (disambiguation).