Bobby Bare

by Charles Reece

 

In an easy-going baritone voice, Bobby Bare’s delivery recalls your favorite uncle showing up for the holidays, regaling the whole family with tales of his travels. Even when singing the songs of others, Bare sounds as if he were telling the stories off the cuff. Thus, his recordings are best when he was playing live to an audience (cf., Down & Dirty, 1979) or with a group of friends, as on “Greasy Grit Gravy” (1978) — Shel Silverstein’s tribute to a Southern cuisine staple, which featured Bare sharing singing chores with Silverstein,... Read More

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