Bobby Bare Jr.
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Hear Bobby Bare Jr.’s Swaggering ‘North of Alabama by Mornin”
Despite being Nashville royalty by bloodline, Bobby Bare Jr. has never been easy to pin down as strictly country. On "North of Alabama by Mornin',"
February 25, 2014
Bobby Bare Jr., ‘A Storm-A Tree-My Mother’s Head’ (Naked Albino/Thirty Tigers)
Dwelling in the too-rock-for-country/too-country-for-rock DMZ, Bobby Bare Jr. has always been hard to pin down. But with backup from My Morning Jacket and a tight…
October 1, 2010
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