Bobby Bare, Jr.
(born June 28, 1966) is an American musician who has recorded several solo albums, along with two albums with his band, Bare, Jr.
Bare is the son of country musician Bobby Bare
. In 1974 — when Bare Jr. was only eight — they were both nominated for a Grammy for the song "Daddy What If." In the 1990s, Bobby led the roots rock
outfit, Bare Jr. They released two major label records, 1998's, Boo-Tay
and 2000's Brainwasher
He has performed with his band the Young Criminals Starvation League
, an ever-changing group of musicians. They have released three studio albums, an EP, and a live album.His last cd "A STORM-A TREE-MY MOTHER'S HEAD" came out on 30 Tigers/Naked Albino Recordings in 2010.
SOME QUICK FACTS:Has a degree in psychology from the UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE.-Made 2 albums for Immortal Records with his band "BARE JR." -one for sony records in 1998 and one for virgin records in 2001. Born raised and still lives in the Nashville, TN area. Has 3 children -two boys and one girl- ages 1 – 4 - and 6. Nominated for a grammy at the age of 6 years old for a duet with his dad called "daddy what if" - written by Shel Silverstein - that year the grammy for "country duet of the year" went to THE POINTER SISTERS. Has made 3 albums and 1 ep for BLOODSHOT RECORDS since 2002. Co-produced his dad's last record THE MOON WAS BLUE in... Read More