Celebrating
15 years of promoting the music of
The Great Bobby Bare

Welcome to The Original Bobby Bare Web Site Est. 1998 
This site was created with the help of loyal fans to promote the music of

Bobby Bare
 
Keeping his Music Alive

 

   

 

       Discography            Concerts             YouTube Videos 
      
Songs Recorded     Songs on CDs    Latest CD Release
MAR 2013
Good Web Sites        Song Book             Shel Silverstein

Records of the Week
(Records are changed every weekend usually Sunday lunch time)

Charleston Railroad Tavern
(Jerry Smith)
Producer Chet Atkins (recorded December 7 1966)
RCA single 47-9098
Charleston Railroad Tavern / Vincennes (February 1967)
Bobby Bare Memories
RCA Singles 1962-1969 (2013)

Come Kiss Me Love
(Ian Campbell)

Producer Chet Atkins (recorded April 29 1966)
RCA single 47-9191
Come Kiss Me Love / Sandy's Crying Again (May 1967)
Bobby Bare Memories
RCA Singles 1962-1969 (2013)

Double click on the web counter at the very bottom then
 click visitor to see where all the Bare fans are coming from.

Funchal harbour Madeira taken from a moving bus.
 If you are interested is visiting Madeira we always stay
 at the hotel Porto Santa Maria it's right by the harbour
 in the old town and in the best location.

Latest YouTube releases

Detroit City with Mel Tillis  
Me and Bobby McGee  
I Love You Drops  
The Streets of Baltimore 

The large collection of Bobby Bare videos
can be found on the new YouTube link 
at the top of the page.

Pictures of Bobby Bare  
 
WIKIPEDIA 

Take a look at Bare items for sale on
From collectibles to cars, buy and sell all kinds of items on eBay
Bobby Bare ebay

Looking for RARE Bobby Bare stuff ? Check out ebay in Germany

Birgit's Bobby Bare web site Facts and Photos
Also check out Petr Vitous's Fantastic web site LP Discography

Contact me Peter Dukes for further enquiries
peter.dukes3
ATntlworld.com
                                                                            
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"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench,
a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free,
and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side"
Hunter S. Thompson