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    • (0:00) John sets the interview to start with RCA discussions from the period between 1959 and 1963, Bobby Bare, and Chet Atkins / (5:39) John asks Bill about his engineering, mixing technique, and mic placements / (11:48) The miking technique...
    • (0:00) John sets the interview to start with RCA discussions from the period between 1959 and 1963, Bobby Bare, and Chet Atkins / (5:39) John asks Bill about his engineering, mixing technique, and mic placements / (11:48) The miking technique...
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    • (0:00) John starts the interview saying him and Bill will be filling in some points about Bill’s time at RCA, Columbia, and Monument, Bill discusses his time at Columbia and his publishing company / (1:35) Bill segues into talking about a session...
    • (0:00) John starts the interview saying him and Bill will be filling in some points about Bill’s time at RCA, Columbia, and Monument, Bill discusses his time at Columbia and his publishing company / (1:35) Bill segues into talking about a session...
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    • (0:00) John opens the interview saying the objective for this interview is to fill in some gaps on the previous interviews and begins talks about Bill’s career in Las Vegas / (1:33) The conversation comes to Bill’s personal life and his father’s...
    • (0:00) John opens the interview saying the objective for this interview is to fill in some gaps on the previous interviews and begins talks about Bill’s career in Las Vegas / (1:33) The conversation comes to Bill’s personal life and his father’s...
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    • (0:00) John opens the interview asking about Bob’s family and early childhood / (2:56) Bob segues into the early bands he played with; Paul Howard and the Cotton Pickers, Little Jimmy Dickens, and Red Foley / (7:20) Bob talks more about his work...
    • (0:00) John opens the interview asking about Bob’s family and early childhood / (2:56) Bob segues into the early bands he played with; Paul Howard and the Cotton Pickers, Little Jimmy Dickens, and Red Foley / (7:20) Bob talks more about his work...
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    • (0:00) John opens the conversation with Nat Tannen and the Bryants creating their own publishing company, Showcase Music / (4:04) The conversation continues into Showcase Music and Vic McAlpin’s role in the company / (8:42) The conversation...
    • (0:00) John opens the conversation with Nat Tannen and the Bryants creating their own publishing company, Showcase Music / (4:04) The conversation continues into Showcase Music and Vic McAlpin’s role in the company / (8:42) The conversation...
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    • (0:00) John opens the conversation asking if Chet knew Jim Reeves before they started working together, Chet talks about meeting and getting to know Jim / (5:17) The conversation segues to Chet pitching “Four Walls” to Jim / (6:38) John asks about...
    • (0:00) John opens the conversation asking if Chet knew Jim Reeves before they started working together, Chet talks about meeting and getting to know Jim / (5:17) The conversation segues to Chet pitching “Four Walls” to Jim / (6:38) John asks about...
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    • (0:00) John opens the conversation asking about Henry’s childhood and his family growing up / (7:47) The conversation leads to Henry’s first exposure to music / (8:30) John asks for more information about Henry’s siblings / (9:45) Henry discusses...
    • (0:00) John opens the conversation asking about Henry’s childhood and his family growing up / (7:47) The conversation leads to Henry’s first exposure to music / (8:30) John asks for more information about Henry’s siblings / (9:45) Henry discusses...
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    • (0:00) The interview opens with Henry talking about the expectations of a studio musician / (5:14) Henry discusses the session of “Detroit City” by Bobby Bare / (7:00) John asks why, in country music, the lyrics are so important and Henry talks...
    • (0:00) The interview opens with Henry talking about the expectations of a studio musician / (5:14) Henry discusses the session of “Detroit City” by Bobby Bare / (7:00) John asks why, in country music, the lyrics are so important and Henry talks...
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    • (0:00) Henry opens up talking about his work with the Anita Kerr Singers / (7:00) The conversation continues with Anita Kerr, Henry tells stories that praise her musical ability / (10:29) Henry discusses the session for the song “End of the World”...
    • (0:00) Henry opens up talking about his work with the Anita Kerr Singers / (7:00) The conversation continues with Anita Kerr, Henry tells stories that praise her musical ability / (10:29) Henry discusses the session for the song “End of the World”...
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    • (0:00) The interview opens with Henry talking about his studio work with Owen Bradley / (5:34) Henry talks about Owen’s producing style / (15:25) John asks for more details of how a session would be help under Owen’s production / (21:40) The...
    • (0:00) The interview opens with Henry talking about his studio work with Owen Bradley / (5:34) Henry talks about Owen’s producing style / (15:25) John asks for more details of how a session would be help under Owen’s production / (21:40) The...
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    • (0:00) Jimmie opens the interview mentioning his work with Rusty York and Rusty’s studio/label in Cincinnati / (3:31) Jimmie talks about Andy Harris’ influence on him because of his bottleneck playing / (9:20) Doug brings up Bright Star and Jimmie...
    • (0:00) Jimmie opens the interview mentioning his work with Rusty York and Rusty’s studio/label in Cincinnati / (3:31) Jimmie talks about Andy Harris’ influence on him because of his bottleneck playing / (9:20) Doug brings up Bright Star and Jimmie...
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    • (0:00) The conversation opens up with Joe discussing his move to California to take Tennessee Ernie Ford’s old radio slot on KXLA in Pasadena / (5:43) John asks how Cliffie Stone was able to build KXLA to an all country format station / (9:22) Joe...
    • (0:00) The conversation opens up with Joe discussing his move to California to take Tennessee Ernie Ford’s old radio slot on KXLA in Pasadena / (5:43) John asks how Cliffie Stone was able to build KXLA to an all country format station / (9:22) Joe...
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    • (0:00) The interview opens up with Joe discussing Hill and Range coming to Nashville and signing large quantities of writers / (6:56) John asks if Fred Rose ever talked about the Aberbachs which leads to Hill and Range’s split publishing companies...
    • (0:00) The interview opens up with Joe discussing Hill and Range coming to Nashville and signing large quantities of writers / (6:56) John asks if Fred Rose ever talked about the Aberbachs which leads to Hill and Range’s split publishing companies...
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    • (0:00) The interview opens up with Joe telling a story about Anita Kerr and her involvement with Chet Atkins and her musical abilities / (5:10) The conversation leads to Capitol Records, Liberty Records, and Jimmy Bowen / (8:40) Joe discusses his...
    • (0:00) The interview opens up with Joe telling a story about Anita Kerr and her involvement with Chet Atkins and her musical abilities / (5:10) The conversation leads to Capitol Records, Liberty Records, and Jimmy Bowen / (8:40) Joe discusses his...
    • Charlie Daniels Band; Opryland Dancers Six; Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers; Marty Robbins; The Statler Brothers; Charly McClain; T.G. Sheppard; Merle Kilgore; Ken Kragen; Barbara Mandrell; Conway Twitty;
    • Contents: (No color bars) (00:00 - 01:38) Opens on Louise Mandrell and T.G. Sheppard presenting award for Band of the Year; Charlie Daniels Band accepts award / (01:54 - 03:56) Short black and spot for local commercial / (03:56 - 04:24) Titles and...
    • Contents: (No color bars) (00:00 - 01:38) Opens on Louise Mandrell and T.G. Sheppard presenting award for Band of the Year; Charlie Daniels Band accepts award / (01:54 - 03:56) Short black and spot for local commercial / (03:56 - 04:24) Titles and...
    • Barbara Mandrell; Mac Davis; Tom T. Hall; Oak Ridge Boys; Dolly Parton; Alabama; Razzy Bailey; Johnny Lee; Joe Stampley; Bobby Bare; The Bellamy Brothers; Lacy J. Dalton; Merle Haggard; Don Williams; Terri Gibbs; Emmylou Harris; Jerry Lee Lewis;...
    • Contents: (No color bars) (00:00 - 00:19) Commercial for McDonalds; news update with Chris Clark / (00:19 - 02:35) Tom T. Hall sings part of "Country Is," gives show rundown and introduces dance number / (02:36 - 03:33) Opening dance number...
    • Contents: (No color bars) (00:00 - 00:19) Commercial for McDonalds; news update with Chris Clark / (00:19 - 02:35) Tom T. Hall sings part of "Country Is," gives show rundown and introduces dance number / (02:36 - 03:33) Opening dance number...
    • Johnny Lee; Statler Brothers; Terri Gibbs; Tammy Wynette; Marty Robbins; Barbara Mandrell; Conway Twitty
    • Includes commericals. Contents: Johnny Lee performance of Picking Up Strangers / (04:36) Archie Campbell and LuLu Roman introduce Boxcar Willie as Most Promising Male / (08:21) Margo Smith and Bill Anderson introduce George Jones for Single of the...
    • Includes commericals. Contents: Johnny Lee performance of Picking Up Strangers / (04:36) Archie Campbell and LuLu Roman introduce Boxcar Willie as Most Promising Male / (08:21) Margo Smith and Bill Anderson introduce George Jones for Single of the...
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Don't Think You're Too Good for Country Music," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Don't Think You're Too Good for Country Music," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Healin'," written by Bob McDill. Ava Barber recorded "Healin'" as a single in 1978 and it peaked at #75 on the country charts. Later that year, Bobby Bare recorded "Healin'" as a track for his album "Sleeper...
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Healin'," written by Bob McDill. Ava Barber recorded "Healin'" as a single in 1978 and it peaked at #75 on the country charts. Later that year, Bobby Bare recorded "Healin'" as a track for his album "Sleeper...
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Hillbilly Hell" written by Bob McDill and Wayland Holyfield. Bobby Bare recorded the song for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Hillbilly Hell" written by Bob McDill and Wayland Holyfield. Bobby Bare recorded the song for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "If You Think I'm Crazy Now," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill," and Keith Whitley also recorded a cover.
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "If You Think I'm Crazy Now," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill," and Keith Whitley also recorded a cover.
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Last Dance at the Old Texas Moon," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song for his 1975 album "Cowboys and Daddys."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Last Dance at the Old Texas Moon," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song for his 1975 album "Cowboys and Daddys."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Learning to Live Again," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Learning to Live Again" as a track for his 1981 album "As Is," and the song peaked at #28 on the country charts.
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Learning to Live Again," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Learning to Live Again" as a track for his 1981 album "As Is," and the song peaked at #28 on the country charts.
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Look Who I'm Cheating On Tonight," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill," and the single peaked at #21 on the country charts.
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Look Who I'm Cheating On Tonight," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill," and the single peaked at #21 on the country charts.
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Put a Little Lovin' on Me," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Put a Little Lovin' on Me" for his 1976 album "The Winners and Other Losers," and it peaked at #23 on the country charts.
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Put a Little Lovin' on Me," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Put a Little Lovin' on Me" for his 1976 album "The Winners and Other Losers," and it peaked at #23 on the country charts.
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Song of the South," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare first recorded the song for his 1980 album "Drunk & Crazy," and Tom T. Hall and Earl Scruggs recorded it in 1982 for their album "Storyteller & the Banjo...
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Song of the South," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare first recorded the song for his 1980 album "Drunk & Crazy," and Tom T. Hall and Earl Scruggs recorded it in 1982 for their album "Storyteller & the Banjo...
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Song of the South" written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare first recorded the song for his 1980 album "Drunk & Crazy" and Tom T. Hall and Earl Scruggs recorded it in 1982 for their album "Storyteller & the Banjo Man."...
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Song of the South" written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare first recorded the song for his 1980 album "Drunk & Crazy" and Tom T. Hall and Earl Scruggs recorded it in 1982 for their album "Storyteller & the Banjo Man."...
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "The Woman in Every Man's Life," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "The Woman in Every Man's Life," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "Tired of the Road Joe," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded "Tired of the Road Joe" as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • McDill, Bob;
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "You Made a Believer Out of Me," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Handwritten manuscript of the song "You Made a Believer Out of Me," written by Bob McDill. Bobby Bare recorded the song as a track for his 1977 album "Me and McDill."
    • Bobby Bare; Lacey J. Dalton
    • Contents: opening theme / (01:27) Bobby Bare “Drunk and Crazy” / (04:31) Bobby Bare “Numbers” / (09:43) Bobby Bare “Detroit City” / (13:06) Bobby Bare “Drinkin’ and Druggin’ and Watchin TV” / (15:35) Bobby Bare “Your Credit Card Won’t Get You Into...
    • Contents: opening theme / (01:27) Bobby Bare “Drunk and Crazy” / (04:31) Bobby Bare “Numbers” / (09:43) Bobby Bare “Detroit City” / (13:06) Bobby Bare “Drinkin’ and Druggin’ and Watchin TV” / (15:35) Bobby Bare “Your Credit Card Won’t Get You Into...
    • Bobby Bare; Tracy Nelson
    • Contents: Bobby Bare Performances: Last Time / (03:17) Hot Afternoon / (06:29) Sleeper Wherever I Fall / (11:19) Winner / (16:22) Stranger / (19:37) The Mermaid Song / (24:27) Dropkick Me Jesus / (28:39) Redneck Hippie Romance / (32:37) Detroit...
    • Contents: Bobby Bare Performances: Last Time / (03:17) Hot Afternoon / (06:29) Sleeper Wherever I Fall / (11:19) Winner / (16:22) Stranger / (19:37) The Mermaid Song / (24:27) Dropkick Me Jesus / (28:39) Redneck Hippie Romance / (32:37) Detroit...
    • Shaver, Billy Joe; Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Billy Joe Shaver (left) and Bobby Bare. Both men are pictured wearing cowboy hats.
    • Black-and-white photo of Billy Joe Shaver (left) and Bobby Bare. Both men are pictured wearing cowboy hats.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare smiling with his son, Shannon.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare smiling with his son, Shannon.
    • Bobby Bare
    • Contents: (00:22 - 00:52) Bobby Bare tells viewers how to get a Bobby Bare & Friends coffee cup / (00:56 - 01:47) Color bars / (02:02 - 02:32) Bobby Bare suggests other uses for Bobby Bare & Friends coffee cup, tells viewers how to get one / (02:32...
    • Contents: (00:22 - 00:52) Bobby Bare tells viewers how to get a Bobby Bare & Friends coffee cup / (00:56 - 01:47) Color bars / (02:02 - 02:32) Bobby Bare suggests other uses for Bobby Bare & Friends coffee cup, tells viewers how to get one / (02:32...
    • Bobby Bare; Tom T. Hall; Dick Feller; Lacy J. Dalton
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:45) Bobby Bare - "Dropping Out Of Sight" - (04:13) Bobby Bare & Tom T. Hall - talk - (04:41) Tom T. Hall - "Hadn't I Been Good To You" (short - acoustic in control room) - (05:20) Bobby Bare &...
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:45) Bobby Bare - "Dropping Out Of Sight" - (04:13) Bobby Bare & Tom T. Hall - talk - (04:41) Tom T. Hall - "Hadn't I Been Good To You" (short - acoustic in control room) - (05:20) Bobby Bare &...
    • Bobby Bare; David Allan Coe; Gary Gentry; Steve Young
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:04) David Allan Coe (w/ Bobby Bare) - “Take This Job and Shove It” - (03:31) David Allan Coe, Bobby Bare - talk (about being in prison, playing the piano, Bare’s real name, writing books about “remodivation,”...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:04) David Allan Coe (w/ Bobby Bare) - “Take This Job and Shove It” - (03:31) David Allan Coe, Bobby Bare - talk (about being in prison, playing the piano, Bare’s real name, writing books about “remodivation,”...
    • Bobby Bare; Billy Ray Reynolds; Dickey Betts; Marshall Chapman
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - Introduction of show - (01:09) Billy Ray Reynolds sings "It'll Be Her" - (04:21) Bobby Bare, Billy Ray Reynolds sing "Arizona Desert"- Bobby Bare, Billy Ray Reynolds talk (about songwriting, Tanya Tucker) - (10:00) Billy...
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - Introduction of show - (01:09) Billy Ray Reynolds sings "It'll Be Her" - (04:21) Bobby Bare, Billy Ray Reynolds sing "Arizona Desert"- Bobby Bare, Billy Ray Reynolds talk (about songwriting, Tanya Tucker) - (10:00) Billy...
    • Bobby Bare; Rodney Crowell; Guy Clark
    • Show Rundown - - Bobby Bare - Intros show - (01:20) Rodney Crowell & Guy Clark - "The Partner Nobody Chose" - (05:16) Bobby Bare & Rodney Crowell - talk (about Texas, moving to Nashville) - (10:16) Rodney Crowell - "Shame on the Moon" (acoustic...
    • Show Rundown - - Bobby Bare - Intros show - (01:20) Rodney Crowell & Guy Clark - "The Partner Nobody Chose" - (05:16) Bobby Bare & Rodney Crowell - talk (about Texas, moving to Nashville) - (10:16) Rodney Crowell - "Shame on the Moon" (acoustic...
    • Bobby Bare; Sheb Wooley; Joe South; Charlie Williams
    • Contents - - (01:24) Bobby Bare - "500 Miles" - (04:30) Charlie Williams, Bobby Bare talk (about accomplishments, radio, songwriting) - (11:41) Charlie Williams - "I Never Picked Cotton" - (13:56) Charlie Williams, Bobby Bare talk (about cowboy...
    • Contents - - (01:24) Bobby Bare - "500 Miles" - (04:30) Charlie Williams, Bobby Bare talk (about accomplishments, radio, songwriting) - (11:41) Charlie Williams - "I Never Picked Cotton" - (13:56) Charlie Williams, Bobby Bare talk (about cowboy...
    • Bobby Bare; John Hartford; The Glaser Brothers
    • Contents - - Picture montage introduction with guest list - Bobby Bare - Introduction of show - (01:15) Bobby Bare - "The Streets Of Baltimore" - (04:23) Bobby Bare & Glaser Brothers - talk (about missing verse from "Streets of Baltimore") -...
    • Contents - - Picture montage introduction with guest list - Bobby Bare - Introduction of show - (01:15) Bobby Bare - "The Streets Of Baltimore" - (04:23) Bobby Bare & Glaser Brothers - talk (about missing verse from "Streets of Baltimore") -...
    • Bobby Bare; John D. Loudermilk; Mac Gayden; Tony Joe White
    • Contents: - (01:11) Bobby Bare - “Abilene” - (03:47) John D. Loudermilk, Bobby Bare, Tony Joe White, Mac Gayden talk (about writing “Cherokee Nation,” Loudermilk plays “Cherokee Nation” (short), Tony Joe White plays “Polk Salad Annie” (short), Mac...
    • Contents: - (01:11) Bobby Bare - “Abilene” - (03:47) John D. Loudermilk, Bobby Bare, Tony Joe White, Mac Gayden talk (about writing “Cherokee Nation,” Loudermilk plays “Cherokee Nation” (short), Tony Joe White plays “Polk Salad Annie” (short), Mac...
    • Bobby Bare; John Sebastian; Colleen Peterson; Ian Tyson
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:16) Bobby Bare - “Four Strong Winds” - (04:24) Bobby Bare, Ian Tyson - talk (about “Four Strong Winds”) - (05:23) Bobby Bare, Ian Tyson - “Summer Wages” - (10:02) Ian Tyson - “Someday Soon” - (13:54) Bobby Bare, Ian...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:16) Bobby Bare - “Four Strong Winds” - (04:24) Bobby Bare, Ian Tyson - talk (about “Four Strong Winds”) - (05:23) Bobby Bare, Ian Tyson - “Summer Wages” - (10:02) Ian Tyson - “Someday Soon” - (13:54) Bobby Bare, Ian...
    • Bobby Bare; Willie Nelson;
    • Contents: - Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson - “She Is Gone (short)” - (02:10) Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson - “Good Hearted Woman” - (06:06) Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson - talk (about living together, Hank Cochran’s marriages, (11:48) Nelson plays “Hello...
    • Contents: - Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson - “She Is Gone (short)” - (02:10) Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson - “Good Hearted Woman” - (06:06) Bobby Bare, Willie Nelson - talk (about living together, Hank Cochran’s marriages, (11:48) Nelson plays “Hello...
    • Bobby Bare; Charlie Daniels; Dobie Gray; Joe Sullivan
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:07) Bobby Bare - “Uneasy Rider” - (07:30) Bobby Bare, Charlie Daniels, Joe Sullivan - talk (about meeting, writing patriotic themed songs, Daniels plays “In America”) - (14:47) Bobby Bare, Joe Sullivan, Dobie Gray -...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:07) Bobby Bare - “Uneasy Rider” - (07:30) Bobby Bare, Charlie Daniels, Joe Sullivan - talk (about meeting, writing patriotic themed songs, Daniels plays “In America”) - (14:47) Bobby Bare, Joe Sullivan, Dobie Gray -...
    • Bobby Bare; Felice Bryant; Boudleaux Bryant; Sharon Rice; Bill Rice
    • Contents: - Introduction - Bobby Bare - “I’m Not A Candle In The Wind” - (04:55) Bobby Bare, Bill Rice, Sharon Rice - talk (about picking up his awards in a wheelbarrow, co-writing, the Rices play “I’m Not That Lonely Yet,” being taken seriously,...
    • Contents: - Introduction - Bobby Bare - “I’m Not A Candle In The Wind” - (04:55) Bobby Bare, Bill Rice, Sharon Rice - talk (about picking up his awards in a wheelbarrow, co-writing, the Rices play “I’m Not That Lonely Yet,” being taken seriously,...
    • Bobby Bare; Mickey Newbury; Harlan Howard
    • Contents: - Introduction - Mickey Newbury - “An American Trilogy” - (05:14) Bobby Bare, Mickey Newbury - talk (Newbury plays “Sweet Memories,” living in Oregon, plays “San Francisco Mabel Joy (short)”) - (13:34) Mickey Newbury - “Poison Red...
    • Contents: - Introduction - Mickey Newbury - “An American Trilogy” - (05:14) Bobby Bare, Mickey Newbury - talk (Newbury plays “Sweet Memories,” living in Oregon, plays “San Francisco Mabel Joy (short)”) - (13:34) Mickey Newbury - “Poison Red...
    • Bobby Bare; Sonny Curtis; Alex Harvey; Calamity Jane;
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:13) Sonny Curtis - Medley including “The Straight Life,” “Love Is All Around,” “More Than I Can Say,” “I Fought The Law” - (06:24) Bobby Bare, Sonny Curtis - talk (about working with Buddy Holly, writing the theme...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:13) Sonny Curtis - Medley including “The Straight Life,” “Love Is All Around,” “More Than I Can Say,” “I Fought The Law” - (06:24) Bobby Bare, Sonny Curtis - talk (about working with Buddy Holly, writing the theme...
    • Bobby Bare; Bob McDill; Allen Reynolds; Dickey Lee
    • - Picture montage introduction with guest list - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:32) Bobby Bare - Medley w/songs: "Red Neck, White Socks, Blue Ribbon Beer", "Amanda" - (06:00) Bobby Bare & Bob McDill - talk (about "Amanda"; songwriting) -...
    • - Picture montage introduction with guest list - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:32) Bobby Bare - Medley w/songs: "Red Neck, White Socks, Blue Ribbon Beer", "Amanda" - (06:00) Bobby Bare & Bob McDill - talk (about "Amanda"; songwriting) -...
    • Bobby Bare; Lacy J. Dalton; Troy Seals; Fred Koller
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:20) Bobby Bare & Lacy J. Dalton - talk - (02:16) Bobby Bare & Lacy J. Dalton - "Livin' On The Funky Side" - (04:30) Bobby Bare & Lacy J. Dalton - talk - (06: 07) Bobby Bare & Troy Seals - talk...
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:20) Bobby Bare & Lacy J. Dalton - talk - (02:16) Bobby Bare & Lacy J. Dalton - "Livin' On The Funky Side" - (04:30) Bobby Bare & Lacy J. Dalton - talk - (06: 07) Bobby Bare & Troy Seals - talk...
    • Bobby Bare; Chet Atkins; Don Gibson; Hank Cochran
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:27) Chet Atkins (guitar) & Don Gibson (vocals) - "Oh Lonesome Me" - (04:25) Bobby Bare, Chet Atkins, Don Gibson - talk (mostly Gibson talks about "Oh Lonesome Me" & "I Can't Stop Loving You";...
    • Contents - - Bobby Bare - introduction of show - (01:27) Chet Atkins (guitar) & Don Gibson (vocals) - "Oh Lonesome Me" - (04:25) Bobby Bare, Chet Atkins, Don Gibson - talk (mostly Gibson talks about "Oh Lonesome Me" & "I Can't Stop Loving You";...
    • Bobby Bare; Ed Bruce; Patsy Bruce; Wayland Holyfield; Jimmy Johnson
    • Contents: - (01:48) Bobby Bare - “Mama, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys” - (04:57) Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce, Bobby Bare talk (about acting, writing “Mama, Don’t Let”) - (10:03) Ed Bruce - “The Songwriter” - (13:35) Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce,...
    • Contents: - (01:48) Bobby Bare - “Mama, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys” - (04:57) Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce, Bobby Bare talk (about acting, writing “Mama, Don’t Let”) - (10:03) Ed Bruce - “The Songwriter” - (13:35) Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce,...
    • Bobby Bare; Rosanne Cash; LeRoy Preston; Russell Smith
    • Contents - - (01:25) Rosanne Cash, Russell Smith - “Seven Year Ache” - (04:49) Bobby Bare, Rosanne Cash - talk (about writing songs with children around, raising a family in Nashville, recording with Rodney Crowell, Johnny Cash, recording a record...
    • Contents - - (01:25) Rosanne Cash, Russell Smith - “Seven Year Ache” - (04:49) Bobby Bare, Rosanne Cash - talk (about writing songs with children around, raising a family in Nashville, recording with Rodney Crowell, Johnny Cash, recording a record...
    • Bobby Bare; David Bellamy; Howard Bellamy; Karen Brooks; Jimmy Bowen; Randy Sharp
    • Contents: - Bobby Bare introduction (Bellamy Brothers - “(When We Were) Boys” in the background) - (03:40) Bobby Bare, Bellamy Brothers, Karen Brooks, Randy Sharp - talk (Sharp and Brooks play “New Way Out”) - (06:06) Bobby Bare, Bellamy Brothers,...
    • Contents: - Bobby Bare introduction (Bellamy Brothers - “(When We Were) Boys” in the background) - (03:40) Bobby Bare, Bellamy Brothers, Karen Brooks, Randy Sharp - talk (Sharp and Brooks play “New Way Out”) - (06:06) Bobby Bare, Bellamy Brothers,...
    • Bobby Bare; Steve Goodman; Paul Craft; Don Schlitz
    • Contents : - Introduction - (01:34) Steve Goodman - "You Never Even Called Me By My Name" - (06:12) Bobby Bare, Steve Goodman - talk (about writing with John Prine, inspiration for writing “City of New Orleans,” Willie Dixon, Kris Kristofferson,...
    • Contents : - Introduction - (01:34) Steve Goodman - "You Never Even Called Me By My Name" - (06:12) Bobby Bare, Steve Goodman - talk (about writing with John Prine, inspiration for writing “City of New Orleans,” Willie Dixon, Kris Kristofferson,...
    • Bobby Bare; Bill Monroe; Mac Wiseman; Mike Snider
    • Contents: - Introduction - (02:30) Mike Snider - “Shuckin’ The Corn” - (05:41) Bobby Bare, Bill Monroe - talk (about bluegrass music, Elvis Presley, “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Hall of Fame, festivals) - (12:41) Bill Monroe (w/...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (02:30) Mike Snider - “Shuckin’ The Corn” - (05:41) Bobby Bare, Bill Monroe - talk (about bluegrass music, Elvis Presley, “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Hall of Fame, festivals) - (12:41) Bill Monroe (w/...
    • Bobby Bare; Joe Allen; Dave Kirby; Gene Watson
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:34) Gene Watson - “Should I Come Home or Should I Go Crazy” - (04:34) All (Bare, Allen, Watson, Kirby) - talk (about songwriting, Kirby plays “There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang (short),” Allen plays “One Sided...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:34) Gene Watson - “Should I Come Home or Should I Go Crazy” - (04:34) All (Bare, Allen, Watson, Kirby) - talk (about songwriting, Kirby plays “There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang (short),” Allen plays “One Sided...
    • Bobby Bare; Roger Miller; Buddy Killen; Mary Arnold
    • Contents: - Introduction - Miller plays “Chug-A-Lug” and talks about living in New Mexico - (04:17) Bobby Bare, Roger Miller - talk (about the army, Willie Nelson, Miller plays “Husbands and Wives (short),” Hurricane Shirley, winning Grammys, Andy...
    • Contents: - Introduction - Miller plays “Chug-A-Lug” and talks about living in New Mexico - (04:17) Bobby Bare, Roger Miller - talk (about the army, Willie Nelson, Miller plays “Husbands and Wives (short),” Hurricane Shirley, winning Grammys, Andy...
    • Bobby Bare; R.C. Bannon; Louise Mandrell
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:15) Louise Mandrell – “Save Me” - (04:50) All (Bare, Mandrell, Bannon) – talk (about writing books, meeting eachother, Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters, being a comedian, leaving CBS, Mandrell and Bannon play...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:15) Louise Mandrell – “Save Me” - (04:50) All (Bare, Mandrell, Bannon) – talk (about writing books, meeting eachother, Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters, being a comedian, leaving CBS, Mandrell and Bannon play...
    • Bobby Bare; Dottie West; Steve Dorff; Shelly West
    • Contents: - Bobby Bare, Dottie West play poker, talk - Introduction - (06:47) Bobby Bare, Dottie West - talk (about doing duets, Kenny Rogers, Patsy Cline, inspiration for songwriting, (14:46) West plays “Can I Sing For You In Heaven?”) - (17:51)...
    • Contents: - Bobby Bare, Dottie West play poker, talk - Introduction - (06:47) Bobby Bare, Dottie West - talk (about doing duets, Kenny Rogers, Patsy Cline, inspiration for songwriting, (14:46) West plays “Can I Sing For You In Heaven?”) - (17:51)...
    • Bobby Bare; Glen Campbell; Jimmy Webb
    • Contents: - Glen Campbell - “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” - (05:48) All (Bare, Campbell, Webb) - talk (about working with Jimmy Webb, writing songs with town names, meeting for the first time, reincarnation and inspiration for writing...
    • Contents: - Glen Campbell - “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” - (05:48) All (Bare, Campbell, Webb) - talk (about working with Jimmy Webb, writing songs with town names, meeting for the first time, reincarnation and inspiration for writing...
    • Bobby Bare; Johnny Cash; Carl Perkins
    • Contents: - (01:00) Bobby Bare - “Folsom Prison Blues (short),” “Blue Suede Shoes (short)” - (03:39) Bobby Bare, Johnny Cash - talk (about wanting to be a radio star, going to radio broadcasting school, recording with Sam Phillips for the first...
    • Contents: - (01:00) Bobby Bare - “Folsom Prison Blues (short),” “Blue Suede Shoes (short)” - (03:39) Bobby Bare, Johnny Cash - talk (about wanting to be a radio star, going to radio broadcasting school, recording with Sam Phillips for the first...
    • Bobby Bare; Dave Loggins; Mike Reid; Ronnie Rogers
    • Contents: - Introduction w/ montage of video clips (Mike Reid, Dave Loggins, Ronnie Rogers) - (04:09) Mike Reid - “Stranger In My House” - (07:14) Bobby Bare, Mike Reid - talk (about writing “Stranger In My House”) - (09:23) Bobby Bare, Mike Reid...
    • Contents: - Introduction w/ montage of video clips (Mike Reid, Dave Loggins, Ronnie Rogers) - (04:09) Mike Reid - “Stranger In My House” - (07:14) Bobby Bare, Mike Reid - talk (about writing “Stranger In My House”) - (09:23) Bobby Bare, Mike Reid...
    • Bobby Bare; Razzy Bailey; Jim Hurt
    • Contents: - (00:40) Razzy Bailey & Jim Hurt - “I Keep Coming Back” - Introduction - (05:19) All (Bobby Bare, Razzy Bailey, Jim Hurt) - talk (about publishing for the House of Gold Music, writing songs for Alabama, Hurt and Bailey play “Love In The...
    • Contents: - (00:40) Razzy Bailey & Jim Hurt - “I Keep Coming Back” - Introduction - (05:19) All (Bobby Bare, Razzy Bailey, Jim Hurt) - talk (about publishing for the House of Gold Music, writing songs for Alabama, Hurt and Bailey play “Love In The...
    • Bobby Bare; Wayne Carson; Johnny Christopher; Mark James
    • Contents: - (00:20) Wayne Carson, Johnny Christopher, Mark James - “Always On My Mind” - Introduction - (05:32) All (Bare, Carson, Christopher, James) - talk (about co-writing “Always On My Mind,” Willie Nelson and Elvis cutting the demo) - (12:17)...
    • Contents: - (00:20) Wayne Carson, Johnny Christopher, Mark James - “Always On My Mind” - Introduction - (05:32) All (Bare, Carson, Christopher, James) - talk (about co-writing “Always On My Mind,” Willie Nelson and Elvis cutting the demo) - (12:17)...
    • Bobby Bare; Even Stevens; David Malloy; Thom Schuyler
    • Contents: - Introduction - (02:09) Pulleybone - “Drinkin’ My Baby Off My Mind (short),” “Someone Could Lose A Heart Tonight (short),” “When You’re In Love With A Beautiful (short)” - (05:48) Bobby Bare, David Malloy, Even Stevens - talk (about...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (02:09) Pulleybone - “Drinkin’ My Baby Off My Mind (short),” “Someone Could Lose A Heart Tonight (short),” “When You’re In Love With A Beautiful (short)” - (05:48) Bobby Bare, David Malloy, Even Stevens - talk (about...
    • Bobby Bare; Emmylous Harris; Delbert McClinton
    • Contents: - (00:20) Emmylou Harris - “Blue Kentucky Girl” - Introduction - (04:45) Bobby Bare, Emmylou Harris - talk (about Gram Parsons, being in the Hot Band, the Palomino Club, Dolly Parton, moving to Nashville and waitressing, getting a...
    • Contents: - (00:20) Emmylou Harris - “Blue Kentucky Girl” - Introduction - (04:45) Bobby Bare, Emmylou Harris - talk (about Gram Parsons, being in the Hot Band, the Palomino Club, Dolly Parton, moving to Nashville and waitressing, getting a...
    • Bobby Bare; Waylon Jennings; Jessi Colter
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare, Waylon Jennings - talk (about meeting in Phoenix, recording songs he didn’t like, Jennings and Waylon play “Just To Satisfy You”) - (06:50) Bobby Bare, Waylon Jennings - talk (about not working in television and...
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare, Waylon Jennings - talk (about meeting in Phoenix, recording songs he didn’t like, Jennings and Waylon play “Just To Satisfy You”) - (06:50) Bobby Bare, Waylon Jennings - talk (about not working in television and...
    • Bobby Bare; Kenny O'Dell; Wynonna Judd; Naomi Judd
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare, Kenny O’Dell – talk (about working with The Judds) - (03:40) The Judds – “Mama He’s Crazy” - (07:00) Bobby Bare, Kenny O’Dell – talk (about living and working in Los Angeles, creating his own record label, Las Vegas,...
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare, Kenny O’Dell – talk (about working with The Judds) - (03:40) The Judds – “Mama He’s Crazy” - (07:00) Bobby Bare, Kenny O’Dell – talk (about living and working in Los Angeles, creating his own record label, Las Vegas,...
    • Bobby Bare; Bob McDill; Mickey Gilley; Jim Ed Norman
    • Contents: - (00:26) Bobby Bare, Jim Ed Norton - talk (about ingredients to produce a good record) - (03:14) Mickey Gilley - “Overnight Sensation” - (06:20) All (Bare, Norton, Gilley, McDill) - talk (about working together, producing for the Urban...
    • Contents: - (00:26) Bobby Bare, Jim Ed Norton - talk (about ingredients to produce a good record) - (03:14) Mickey Gilley - “Overnight Sensation” - (06:20) All (Bare, Norton, Gilley, McDill) - talk (about working together, producing for the Urban...
    • Bobby Bare; Michael Martin Murphey; Johnny Lee
    • Contents: - (01:00) Michael Martin Murphey - “Disenchanted” - (05:51) Bobby Bare, Michael Martin Murphey - talk (about changing his name due to acting, Murphey plays “Geronimo’s Cadillac (short),” reason for writing “Geronimo’s Cadillac,” Native...
    • Contents: - (01:00) Michael Martin Murphey - “Disenchanted” - (05:51) Bobby Bare, Michael Martin Murphey - talk (about changing his name due to acting, Murphey plays “Geronimo’s Cadillac (short),” reason for writing “Geronimo’s Cadillac,” Native...
    • Bobby Bare; Hoyt Axton; Mae Axton
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:12) Hoyt Axton - “Della And The Dealer” - (05:25) Bobby Bare, Hoyt Axton - talk (about personal philosophy, being in the music business at a young age, doing commercials and movies, acting career) - (16:06) Bobby...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:12) Hoyt Axton - “Della And The Dealer” - (05:25) Bobby Bare, Hoyt Axton - talk (about personal philosophy, being in the music business at a young age, doing commercials and movies, acting career) - (16:06) Bobby...
    • Bobby Bare; Gary Morris; Larry Henley
    • Contents: - (00:16) Gary Morris - “Why Lady Why” - Introduction - (04:33) Bobby Bare, Gary Morris - talk (about releasing records, working with Warner Brothers, recording “Wind Beneath My Wings”) - (12:10) Bobby Bare, Gary Morris - talk (about...
    • Contents: - (00:16) Gary Morris - “Why Lady Why” - Introduction - (04:33) Bobby Bare, Gary Morris - talk (about releasing records, working with Warner Brothers, recording “Wind Beneath My Wings”) - (12:10) Bobby Bare, Gary Morris - talk (about...
    • Bobby Bare; Blake Mevis; Becky Hobbs; Chick Rains
    • Contents: - Introduction - All (Bare, Mevis, Hobbs, Rains) - talk (about moving to Nashville) - (04:06) Bobby Bare, Blake Mevis - talk (about quitting a finance company to move to Nashville, changing his name, producing, writing “Night Games”) -...
    • Contents: - Introduction - All (Bare, Mevis, Hobbs, Rains) - talk (about moving to Nashville) - (04:06) Bobby Bare, Blake Mevis - talk (about quitting a finance company to move to Nashville, changing his name, producing, writing “Night Games”) -...
    • Bobby Bare; Deborah Allen; Kix Brooks; Rafe VanHoy
    • Contents: - Introduction - Deborah Allen, Kix Brooks, Rafe VanHoy - “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Baby” - (05:25) Bare, Allen, VanHoy - talk (about being in a relationship, meeting for the first time, co-writing songs, (12:58) Allen and VanHoy play “Baby,...
    • Contents: - Introduction - Deborah Allen, Kix Brooks, Rafe VanHoy - “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Baby” - (05:25) Bare, Allen, VanHoy - talk (about being in a relationship, meeting for the first time, co-writing songs, (12:58) Allen and VanHoy play “Baby,...
    • Bobby Bare; Hugh Moffatt; Katy Moffatt; Pebe Sebert; Joe Sun
    • Contents: - Introduction w/ show engineer - Joe Sun - “Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle To You” - (07:29) Bare, Hugh Moffatt, Pebe Sebert - talk (about being married, meeting for the first time, introduces their son, Lagen Blue) - (12:25) All (Bare,...
    • Contents: - Introduction w/ show engineer - Joe Sun - “Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle To You” - (07:29) Bare, Hugh Moffatt, Pebe Sebert - talk (about being married, meeting for the first time, introduces their son, Lagen Blue) - (12:25) All (Bare,...
    • Bobby Bare; Mac Davis; Bertie Higgins
    • Contents: - Introduction - Bobby Bare, Mac Davis - “It’s Hard To Be Humble” - (05:54) Bobby Bare, Mac Davis - talk (about working in the industry, Elvis Presley, Davis plays “Memories (short),” (12:43)“In The Ghetto (short),” “That’s My Boy...
    • Contents: - Introduction - Bobby Bare, Mac Davis - “It’s Hard To Be Humble” - (05:54) Bobby Bare, Mac Davis - talk (about working in the industry, Elvis Presley, Davis plays “Memories (short),” (12:43)“In The Ghetto (short),” “That’s My Boy...
    • Bobby Bare; Cliffie Stone; Owen Bradley; Rex Allen, Sr.
    • Contents: - Introduction - “Steel Guitar Rag” - (01:12) All (Bare, Allen, Bradley, Stone) - talk (about recording “Steel Guitar Rag,” discovering the Nashville Sound, Loretta Lynn, difference between country music and western music) - (08:10) Bobby...
    • Contents: - Introduction - “Steel Guitar Rag” - (01:12) All (Bare, Allen, Bradley, Stone) - talk (about recording “Steel Guitar Rag,” discovering the Nashville Sound, Loretta Lynn, difference between country music and western music) - (08:10) Bobby...
    • Bobby Bare; Roger Murrah; Richard Leigh; Keith Stegall
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:28) Richard Leigh - “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” - (04:02) Bobby Bare, Richard Leigh - talk (about writing “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” being nominated for a Grammy, Allen Reynolds, being married, hearing...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:28) Richard Leigh - “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” - (04:02) Bobby Bare, Richard Leigh - talk (about writing “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” being nominated for a Grammy, Allen Reynolds, being married, hearing...
    • Bobby Bare; Dave Loggins; Lisa Silver
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:12) Dave Loggins, Lisa Silver - “Maggie’s Dream” - (05:47) All (Bare, Loggins, Silver) - talk (about co-writing, inspiration for writing “Maggie’s Dream,” writing for Alabama, working with Don Schlitz) - (14:25)...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:12) Dave Loggins, Lisa Silver - “Maggie’s Dream” - (05:47) All (Bare, Loggins, Silver) - talk (about co-writing, inspiration for writing “Maggie’s Dream,” writing for Alabama, working with Don Schlitz) - (14:25)...
    • Bobby Bare; John Conlee; Sammy Jones
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:04) John Conlee - “Rose Colored Glasses” - (04:58) Bobby Bare, John Conlee - talk (about being in the music and radio industry) - (11:25) Bobby Bare, John Conlee - talk (Conlee sings “Backside of Thirty (short),”...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:04) John Conlee - “Rose Colored Glasses” - (04:58) Bobby Bare, John Conlee - talk (about being in the music and radio industry) - (11:25) Bobby Bare, John Conlee - talk (Conlee sings “Backside of Thirty (short),”...
    • Bobby Bare; B.J. Thomas; Gary Harrison; J.D. Martin; Gloria Thomas
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare, B.J. Thomas - talk (Thomas plays “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head (short),” writing “Raindrops,” Thomas plays “I Just Can’t Help Believing (short),” Hank Williams, Sr., Thomas plays “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry...
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare, B.J. Thomas - talk (Thomas plays “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head (short),” writing “Raindrops,” Thomas plays “I Just Can’t Help Believing (short),” Hank Williams, Sr., Thomas plays “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry...
    • Bobby Bare; Toy Caldwell; Jimmy Hall
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:13) Toy Caldwell - “Heard It In A Love Song” - (05:56) All (Bare, Caldwell, Hall) - talk (about southern rock origins, The Marshall Tucker Band, touring, songwriting) - (12:08) Toy Caldwell - “This Ole Cowboy” -...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:13) Toy Caldwell - “Heard It In A Love Song” - (05:56) All (Bare, Caldwell, Hall) - talk (about southern rock origins, The Marshall Tucker Band, touring, songwriting) - (12:08) Toy Caldwell - “This Ole Cowboy” -...
    • Bobby Bare; Bob McDill; Mel McDaniel
    • Contents: - (00:14) Bobby Bare, Bob McDill - talk (about past appearances on the show, career accomplishments, working for BMI) - (07:02) Bobby Bare, Bob McDill - talk (Bare plays “Tired Of The Road Joe (short),” “Healin’ (short),” McDill plays...
    • Contents: - (00:14) Bobby Bare, Bob McDill - talk (about past appearances on the show, career accomplishments, working for BMI) - (07:02) Bobby Bare, Bob McDill - talk (Bare plays “Tired Of The Road Joe (short),” “Healin’ (short),” McDill plays...
    • Bobby Bare; Faron Young; Joe Allison
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:14) Bobby Bare - “He’ll Have To Go” - (03:37) Bobby Bare, Joe Allison - talk (about career, being a disc jockey, touring with Tex Ritter, doing impersonations) - (12:47) Bobby Bare, Joe Allison - talk (about writing...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:14) Bobby Bare - “He’ll Have To Go” - (03:37) Bobby Bare, Joe Allison - talk (about career, being a disc jockey, touring with Tex Ritter, doing impersonations) - (12:47) Bobby Bare, Joe Allison - talk (about writing...
    • Bobby Bare; B.B. King; Hoss Allen; John R.
    • Contents: - (00:50) B.B. King - “That’s Why I Sing The Blues” - (05:04) Bobby Bare, B.B. King - talk (about learning to sing by church, early audiences, playing in a chitlin’ circuit, doing the soundtrack for “Into The Night”) - (13:22) B.B. King -...
    • Contents: - (00:50) B.B. King - “That’s Why I Sing The Blues” - (05:04) Bobby Bare, B.B. King - talk (about learning to sing by church, early audiences, playing in a chitlin’ circuit, doing the soundtrack for “Into The Night”) - (13:22) B.B. King -...
    • Bobby Bare; John Prine; Ramblin' Jack Elliott
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:46) John Prine - “Spanish Pipe Dreams” - (05:05) Bobby Bare, John Prine - talk (about writing “Sam Stone,” Prine plays “Sam Stone (short),” being drafted, coming back from Vietnam) - (12:03) John Prine - “Paradise” -...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:46) John Prine - “Spanish Pipe Dreams” - (05:05) Bobby Bare, John Prine - talk (about writing “Sam Stone,” Prine plays “Sam Stone (short),” being drafted, coming back from Vietnam) - (12:03) John Prine - “Paradise” -...
    • Bobby Bare; Gail Davies; Ron Davies
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:24) Gail Davies - “Bucket to the South” - (04:40) Bobby Bare, Gail Davies - talk (about writing “Bucket to the South,” selling the song to Lawrence Welk, moving to Nashville, producing her own records, doing duets,...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:24) Gail Davies - “Bucket to the South” - (04:40) Bobby Bare, Gail Davies - talk (about writing “Bucket to the South,” selling the song to Lawrence Welk, moving to Nashville, producing her own records, doing duets,...
    • Bobby Bare; Mel Tillis; Pam Tillis
    • Contents: - (00:06) Mel Tillis - “Honey (Open The Door)” - Introduction - (04:38) Bobby Bare, Mel Tillis - talk (about working and producing a movie, buying the Cedarwood Publishing company, writing a story about his life, outtakes play from the...
    • Contents: - (00:06) Mel Tillis - “Honey (Open The Door)” - Introduction - (04:38) Bobby Bare, Mel Tillis - talk (about working and producing a movie, buying the Cedarwood Publishing company, writing a story about his life, outtakes play from the...
    • Bobby Bare; Leona Williams; Whitey Shafer
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:20) Leona Williams - “Someday When Things Are Good” - (05:09) Bobby Bare, Leona Williams - talk (about Merle Haggard, having a radio show, Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, touring with George Jones, divorcing Merle) -...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:20) Leona Williams - “Someday When Things Are Good” - (05:09) Bobby Bare, Leona Williams - talk (about Merle Haggard, having a radio show, Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, touring with George Jones, divorcing Merle) -...
    • Bobby Bare; Sawyer Brown; Johnny Rodriquez
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:09) Sawyer Brown - “Leona” - (04:28) Bobby Bare, Sawyer Brown - talk (about forming the band, opening for Bobby Bare, winning Star Search in 1983, being produced by Randy Scruggs, touring with Kenny Rogers, Sawyer...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:09) Sawyer Brown - “Leona” - (04:28) Bobby Bare, Sawyer Brown - talk (about forming the band, opening for Bobby Bare, winning Star Search in 1983, being produced by Randy Scruggs, touring with Kenny Rogers, Sawyer...
    • Bobby Bare; Brenda Lee; Owen Bradley; Bob Beckham
    • Contents: - (01:20) Bobby Bare, Owen Bradley, Bob Beckham – talk (about working with Brenda Lee) - (04:09) Brenda Lee – Medley (Including “Coming On Strong,” “Johnny One Time,” “Too Many Rivers,” “Break It To Me Gently,” and “I’m Sorry”) - (09:24)...
    • Contents: - (01:20) Bobby Bare, Owen Bradley, Bob Beckham – talk (about working with Brenda Lee) - (04:09) Brenda Lee – Medley (Including “Coming On Strong,” “Johnny One Time,” “Too Many Rivers,” “Break It To Me Gently,” and “I’m Sorry”) - (09:24)...
    • Bobby Bare; Tom T. Hall; Jerry Kennedy; Hillman Hall
    • Contents: - (00:23) Tom T. Hall introduces Bobby Bare and Jerry Kennedy and talk about Bobby Bare - (03:33) Bobby Bare - “That’s How I Got To Memphis” - (06:40) Bobby Bare, Tom T. Hall, Jerry Kennedy - talk (about meeting each other, being a...
    • Contents: - (00:23) Tom T. Hall introduces Bobby Bare and Jerry Kennedy and talk about Bobby Bare - (03:33) Bobby Bare - “That’s How I Got To Memphis” - (06:40) Bobby Bare, Tom T. Hall, Jerry Kennedy - talk (about meeting each other, being a...
    • Bobby Bare; Bruce Channel; Kieran Kane
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:07) Bruce Channel, Kieran Kane - “As Long As I’m Rockin’ With You” - (04:48) All (Bare, Channel, Kane) - talk (about coming to Nashville, co-writing songs) - (12:41) All (Bare, Channel, Kane) - talk (Kane and Channel...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:07) Bruce Channel, Kieran Kane - “As Long As I’m Rockin’ With You” - (04:48) All (Bare, Channel, Kane) - talk (about coming to Nashville, co-writing songs) - (12:41) All (Bare, Channel, Kane) - talk (Kane and Channel...
    • Bobby Bare; Paul Williams; Mentor Williams
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:09) Paul Williams - “Rainbow Connection” - (05:24) Bobby Bare, Paul Williams - talk (about “The Rainbow Connection,” the Muppet Movie, writing the theme for “Love Boat,” Williams plays “She Reminds Me Of A Friend,”...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:09) Paul Williams - “Rainbow Connection” - (05:24) Bobby Bare, Paul Williams - talk (about “The Rainbow Connection,” the Muppet Movie, writing the theme for “Love Boat,” Williams plays “She Reminds Me Of A Friend,”...
    • Bobby Bare; Ray Stevens; Buddy Kalb
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:11) Ray Stevens - Medley (Including “Ahab The Arab,” “Shriner’s Convention,” “I Need Your Help Barry Manilow,” “The Streak,” “I’m Kissin’ You Goodbye”) - (08:45) Bobby Bare, Ray Stevens - talk (about inspiration for...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:11) Ray Stevens - Medley (Including “Ahab The Arab,” “Shriner’s Convention,” “I Need Your Help Barry Manilow,” “The Streak,” “I’m Kissin’ You Goodbye”) - (08:45) Bobby Bare, Ray Stevens - talk (about inspiration for...
    • Bobby Bare; Bill Anderson; Connie Smith
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare - “Saginaw Michigan” - Introduction - (04:58) Bobby Bare, Bill Anderson - talk (about being called “Whispering Bill,” moving to Nashville, recording demos for Decco Records, Roger Miller, Buddy Killen, going to...
    • Contents: - (00:20) Bobby Bare - “Saginaw Michigan” - Introduction - (04:58) Bobby Bare, Bill Anderson - talk (about being called “Whispering Bill,” moving to Nashville, recording demos for Decco Records, Roger Miller, Buddy Killen, going to...
    • Bobby Bare; Jerry Gillespie; Tommy Overstreet; Karen Taylor-Good
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:12) Jerry Gillespie - “Somebody’s Knocking” - (04:29) Bobby Bare, Jerry Gillespie - talk (about songwriting, writing “Heaven’s Just A Sin Away,” The Kendalls, inspiration for “Somebody’s Knocking”) - (12:19) Bobby...
    • Contents: - Introduction - (01:12) Jerry Gillespie - “Somebody’s Knocking” - (04:29) Bobby Bare, Jerry Gillespie - talk (about songwriting, writing “Heaven’s Just A Sin Away,” The Kendalls, inspiration for “Somebody’s Knocking”) - (12:19) Bobby...
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing a 12-string Gibson acoustic guitar and singing during the taping of an unidentified television program.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing a 12-string Gibson acoustic guitar and singing during the taping of an unidentified television program.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare leaning against a tree and holding a cigar. The photo was released by RCA Records and Tapes.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare leaning against a tree and holding a cigar. The photo was released by RCA Records and Tapes.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) with KAYO Radio's program director Bashful Bobby Wooten. Bare is seen playing an Ovation acoustic guitar, and had apparently headlined a free show which was emceed by Wooten.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) with KAYO Radio's program director Bashful Bobby Wooten. Bare is seen playing an Ovation acoustic guitar, and had apparently headlined a free show which was emceed by Wooten.
    • Bare, Bobby; Shaver, Billy Joe;
    • Black-and-white photo of Billy Joe Shaver (left) and Bobby Bare in the control room of a recording studio. Bare is pictured at the soundboard in front of a microphone.
    • Black-and-white photo of Billy Joe Shaver (left) and Bobby Bare in the control room of a recording studio. Bare is pictured at the soundboard in front of a microphone.
    • Bare, Bobby; Neal, Bob;
    • Black-and-white photo of promoter Bob Neal (left) and Bobby Bare. Attacched to the bakc of the photo is a letter to Billboard Magazine from Neal which reads: "Dear Bill: I am enclosing a picture of BOBBY BARE and myself as BOBBY joins the forces of...
    • Black-and-white photo of promoter Bob Neal (left) and Bobby Bare. Attacched to the bakc of the photo is a letter to Billboard Magazine from Neal which reads: "Dear Bill: I am enclosing a picture of BOBBY BARE and myself as BOBBY joins the forces of...
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare and an unidentified disc jockey in the control room of an unidentified radio station.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare and an unidentified disc jockey in the control room of an unidentified radio station.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left) playing an acoustic guitar and singing with his family during an RCA Show. His family (pictured L-R) included: Jeannie (wife), Shannon, Cari Jean, and Bobby Bare, Jr.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left) playing an acoustic guitar and singing with his family during an RCA Show. His family (pictured L-R) included: Jeannie (wife), Shannon, Cari Jean, and Bobby Bare, Jr.
    • Bare, Bobby; Walker-Meador, Jo;
    • Black-and-white reproduction of a newspaper clipping which features an image of Bobby Bare with his wife, Jeanie, and Jo Walker (left) of the Country Music Association. The photo caption states that Walker is also the honorary chairman of the...
    • Black-and-white reproduction of a newspaper clipping which features an image of Bobby Bare with his wife, Jeanie, and Jo Walker (left) of the Country Music Association. The photo caption states that Walker is also the honorary chairman of the...
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (center) and Tennessee Pulleybone performing on stage during Fan Fair in Nashville
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (center) and Tennessee Pulleybone performing on stage during Fan Fair in Nashville
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments; Nelson, Tracy;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left, playing acoustic guitar) and his band with Tracy Nelson (center) singing.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left, playing acoustic guitar) and his band with Tracy Nelson (center) singing.
    • Nelson, Willie; Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left) and Willie Nelson performing together during a taping of "Bobby Bare and Friends" on The Nashville Network (TNN).
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left) and Willie Nelson performing together during a taping of "Bobby Bare and Friends" on The Nashville Network (TNN).
    • Nelson, Willie; Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) and Willie Nelson performing together during a taping of "Bobby Bare and Friends" on The Nashville Network (TNN).
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) and Willie Nelson performing together during a taping of "Bobby Bare and Friends" on The Nashville Network (TNN).
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing a Fender electric guitar during a live performance at the Exit/In in Nashville.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing a Fender electric guitar during a live performance at the Exit/In in Nashville.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare standing at a microphone with a Gibson 12-string acoustic guitar. Bare was performing at an event for radio station KBER in San Antonio, Texas.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare standing at a microphone with a Gibson 12-string acoustic guitar. Bare was performing at an event for radio station KBER in San Antonio, Texas.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage as part of Willie Nelson's annual 4th of July Picnic.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage as part of Willie Nelson's annual 4th of July Picnic.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare in an office chair with his feet propped up on the desk and pulling chewing tobacco out of a Red Man pouch.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare in an office chair with his feet propped up on the desk and pulling chewing tobacco out of a Red Man pouch.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare sitting in an office chair and pulling chewing tobacco out of a Red Man pouch.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare sitting in an office chair and pulling chewing tobacco out of a Red Man pouch.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing an acoustic guitar live on stage and standing in front of a microphone with his eyes closed.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing an acoustic guitar live on stage and standing in front of a microphone with his eyes closed.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Color photo of Bobby Bare playing an electric guitar during a live performance.
    • Color photo of Bobby Bare playing an electric guitar during a live performance.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Color photo of Bobby Bare reaching out to the crowd during a live performance. Two unidentified members of his band are also visible in the photo.
    • Color photo of Bobby Bare reaching out to the crowd during a live performance. Two unidentified members of his band are also visible in the photo.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare standing at the microphone and holding his pointer finger in the air during a live performance.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare standing at the microphone and holding his pointer finger in the air during a live performance.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) and a man identified as "Harlan" standing in front of Return Music Corporation with Bare's name on the glass door.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) and a man identified as "Harlan" standing in front of Return Music Corporation with Bare's name on the glass door.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Color headshot of Bobby Bare wearing glasses and a large gowboy hat with feathers and a green stone in the center.
    • Color headshot of Bobby Bare wearing glasses and a large gowboy hat with feathers and a green stone in the center.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white headshot of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat.
    • Black-and-white headshot of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white headshot of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat.
    • Black-and-white headshot of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white headshot of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat. Recording studio equipment is visible in the background.
    • Black-and-white headshot of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat. Recording studio equipment is visible in the background.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare, released by RCA Records.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare, released by RCA Records.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare during a recording session. Bare is pictured in front of a microphone and is holding a 12-string acoustic guitar.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare during a recording session. Bare is pictured in front of a microphone and is holding a 12-string acoustic guitar.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare smiling and playing a Fender Telecaster electric guitar.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare smiling and playing a Fender Telecaster electric guitar.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage during the "Country Music Spectacular" at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC).
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage during the "Country Music Spectacular" at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC).
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage. Bare is pictured singing into a microphone while playing guitar and is wearing a dark suit with a vest.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage. Bare is pictured singing into a microphone while playing guitar and is wearing a dark suit with a vest.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare singing and playing a Fender electric guitar during a live performance.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare singing and playing a Fender electric guitar during a live performance.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left) playing a Fender Telecaster electric guitar and singing during a live performance. An unidentified man is pictured at right.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (left) playing a Fender Telecaster electric guitar and singing during a live performance. An unidentified man is pictured at right.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare singing and playing an acoustic guitar during a live performance at an RCA Records Breakfast.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare singing and playing an acoustic guitar during a live performance at an RCA Records Breakfast.
    • Bobby Bare
    • Contents: Bobby Bare and band perform the following songs at Exit/In in Nashville, October 16, 1980: (00:38 - 03:17) "Drunk and Crazy" / (03:49 - 07:00) "I Can Almost See Houston from Here" / (07:35 - 10:09) "Rosie's Restaurant" / (10:42 - 13:03)...
    • Contents: Bobby Bare and band perform the following songs at Exit/In in Nashville, October 16, 1980: (00:38 - 03:17) "Drunk and Crazy" / (03:49 - 07:00) "I Can Almost See Houston from Here" / (07:35 - 10:09) "Rosie's Restaurant" / (10:42 - 13:03)...
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage. He is pictured singing into a microphone while playing a 12-string Gibson acoustic guitar.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage. He is pictured singing into a microphone while playing a 12-string Gibson acoustic guitar.
    • Bare, Bobby; Shaver, Billy Joe;
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of Bobby Bare at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. Billy Joe Shaver is also pictured in some of the photos.
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of Bobby Bare at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. Billy Joe Shaver is also pictured in some of the photos.
    • Bare, Bobby; Shaver, Billy Joe;
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of Bobby Bare at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. The images on this sheet appear to have been taken in the backstage area. Billy Joe Shaver is also pictured in some of the photos.
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of Bobby Bare at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. The images on this sheet appear to have been taken in the backstage area. Billy Joe Shaver is also pictured in some of the photos.
    • Bare, Bobby; Muscial instruments; Shaver, Billy Joe;
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of Bobby Bare at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. Half of the images were taken during Bare's performance while the remainder were taken in the backstage area.
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of Bobby Bare at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. Half of the images were taken during Bare's performance while the remainder were taken in the backstage area.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white head-and-shoulders publicity photo of Bobby Bare in front of some trees. Photo was released by Mercury Records.
    • Black-and-white head-and-shoulders publicity photo of Bobby Bare in front of some trees. Photo was released by Mercury Records.
    • Bobby Bare
    • Contents: (00:00) Opens on credits and countdown / (00:08) Titles / (00:20) Bobby Bare and band perform "Food Blues" for music video / (02:49) Titles / (02:54) Bobby Bare and band perform "Song of the South" for music video / (05:51) Titles...
    • Contents: (00:00) Opens on credits and countdown / (00:08) Titles / (00:20) Bobby Bare and band perform "Food Blues" for music video / (02:49) Titles / (02:54) Bobby Bare and band perform "Song of the South" for music video / (05:51) Titles...
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage. Bare is pictured singing into a microphone and playing a guitar.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare performing live on stage. Bare is pictured singing into a microphone and playing a guitar.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity postcard of Bobby Bare, released by RCA Victor.
    • Black-and-white publicity postcard of Bobby Bare, released by RCA Victor.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a suit and tie. The holes on the left edge of the photo indicate that it may have come from a souvenir photo album.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a suit and tie. The holes on the left edge of the photo indicate that it may have come from a souvenir photo album.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a leather hat. Photo was released by RCA Records and Tapes.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a leather hat. Photo was released by RCA Records and Tapes.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white three-quarter-length publicity portrait of Bobby Bare playing an electric guitar while seated at a microphone. Photo released by Columbia Records.
    • Black-and-white three-quarter-length publicity portrait of Bobby Bare playing an electric guitar while seated at a microphone. Photo released by Columbia Records.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare raising his fist in the air during a live performance at the Exit/In in Nashville.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare raising his fist in the air during a live performance at the Exit/In in Nashville.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare sitting on an iron bench with his feet propped up. Photo was released by Columbia Records and Bill Graham Productions.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare sitting on an iron bench with his feet propped up. Photo was released by Columbia Records and Bill Graham Productions.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare sitting on a rock wall. The photo was released by RCA Records and Tapes.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare sitting on a rock wall. The photo was released by RCA Records and Tapes.
    • Bare, Bobby; Silverstein, Shel;
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of a party that included Bobby Bare and Shel Silverstein, among others.
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of a party that included Bobby Bare and Shel Silverstein, among others.
    • Bare, Bobby; Silverstein, Shel;
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of a party that included Bobby Bare and Shel Silverstein, among others.
    • Black-and-white contact sheet containing images of a party that included Bobby Bare and Shel Silverstein, among others.
    • Bare, Bobby; Kennedy, Jerry, 1940-;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (seated) signing his recording contract with Mercury Records. Standing (L-R): Roy Dea (A&R, Mercury), Jimmy Key (president, Key Talent), Jerry Kennedy (VP and A&R Director, Mercury Nashville), and Rudy Hickman...
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (seated) signing his recording contract with Mercury Records. Standing (L-R): Roy Dea (A&R, Mercury), Jimmy Key (president, Key Talent), Jerry Kennedy (VP and A&R Director, Mercury Nashville), and Rudy Hickman...
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare standing in the crowd during the taping of the Johnny Cash 25th Anniversary Special at the Opryhouse in Nashville.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare standing in the crowd during the taping of the Johnny Cash 25th Anniversary Special at the Opryhouse in Nashville.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare tipping his hat. Photo released by Columbia Records.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare tipping his hat. Photo released by Columbia Records.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and touching his left ear. The photo was released by Columbia Records.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and touching his left ear. The photo was released by Columbia Records.
    • Bare, Bobby; Shaver, Billy Joe;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (second from left) and Billy Joe Shaver (right) with two unidentified others backstage at the Lone Star Cafe in New York following a performance by Bare.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (second from left) and Billy Joe Shaver (right) with two unidentified others backstage at the Lone Star Cafe in New York following a performance by Bare.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and sunglasses with a cigarette in his mouth.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and sunglasses with a cigarette in his mouth.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare sitting in an office chair with his feet propped up on the desk.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare sitting in an office chair with his feet propped up on the desk.
    • Bare, Bobby; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing an acoustic guitar while propping his feet on a desk.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing an acoustic guitar while propping his feet on a desk.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) with his arm around an unidentified other. The unidentified man is wearing a t-shirt bearing the phrase "Music People Are Crazy!" and an armadillo belt buckle. This photo was taken by a photographer...
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare (right) with his arm around an unidentified other. The unidentified man is wearing a t-shirt bearing the phrase "Music People Are Crazy!" and an armadillo belt buckle. This photo was taken by a photographer...
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing pinball on a machine called "Stock Market."
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare playing pinball on a machine called "Stock Market."
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and raising his arms into the air.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and raising his arms into the air.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare and an actual bear standing on it's hind legs. Bare is holding a leather leash in his left hand and is crossing arms with the bear.
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare and an actual bear standing on it's hind legs. Bare is holding a leather leash in his left hand and is crossing arms with the bear.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and standing in front of an American flag. A version of this photo was used as the cover image for Bare's 1978 album "Bare."
    • Black-and-white photo of Bobby Bare wearing a cowboy hat and standing in front of an American flag. A version of this photo was used as the cover image for Bare's 1978 album "Bare."
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a straw cowboy hat.
    • Black-and-white publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a straw cowboy hat.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white head-and-shoulders portrait of Bobby Bare wearing a suit and tie, taken by Les Leverett for WSM.
    • Black-and-white head-and-shoulders portrait of Bobby Bare wearing a suit and tie, taken by Les Leverett for WSM.
    • Bare, Bobby; Gray, Dobie; McCoy, Charlie, 1941-; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of (L-R): Bobby Bare, unidentified, Dobie Gray and Charlie McCoy during a live performance.
    • Black-and-white photo of (L-R): Bobby Bare, unidentified, Dobie Gray and Charlie McCoy during a live performance.
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Color photograph of Bobby Bare (right) and his wife Jeannie (left) surrounded by teddy bears. The sign on the large bear reads "World's Largest Teddy Bear, Bobby Bare" with the last word obscured.
    • Color photograph of Bobby Bare (right) and his wife Jeannie (left) surrounded by teddy bears. The sign on the large bear reads "World's Largest Teddy Bear, Bobby Bare" with the last word obscured.
    • Bare, Bobby; Reed, Jerry; Lee, Dickey; Musical instruments;
    • Black-and-white photo of (L-R): Bobby Bare, Jerry Reed and Dickey Lee backstage during Fan Fair in Nashville, Tennessee.
    • Black-and-white photo of (L-R): Bobby Bare, Jerry Reed and Dickey Lee backstage during Fan Fair in Nashville, Tennessee.
    • Daniels, Charlie, 1936-; Musical instruments; Bare, Bobby;
    • Black-and-white photo of Charlie Daniels (left) and Bobby Bare (right) with unidentified other sitting next to a mixing board. Annotations on the back of the photo indicate that this photo may have generated from The Nashville Network (TNN).
    • Black-and-white photo of Charlie Daniels (left) and Bobby Bare (right) with unidentified other sitting next to a mixing board. Annotations on the back of the photo indicate that this photo may have generated from The Nashville Network (TNN).
    • Bare, Bobby;
    • Color publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a denim coat, shirt and jeans with a brown cowboy hat. Released by RCA, William Morris Agency, and The Charlie Williams Office. Bare is wearing a similar outfir on the cover of his "Cowboys and Daddys"...
    • Color publicity photo of Bobby Bare wearing a denim coat, shirt and jeans with a brown cowboy hat. Released by RCA, William Morris Agency, and The Charlie Williams Office. Bare is wearing a similar outfir on the cover of his "Cowboys and Daddys"...
    • Charley Pride; Dion Pride; Lynn Anderson; Glen Campbell; Lacy J. Dalton; Bobby Bare; Eddy Arnold; Mac Davis
    • Contents: opens with commercial break where tape 1 left off – / (00:40) Charley Pride “Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone” (short) / (02:32) Charley Pride “Crystal Chandeliers” (short) during performance this a Flash Flood Warning runs across the...
    • Contents: opens with commercial break where tape 1 left off – / (00:40) Charley Pride “Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone” (short) / (02:32) Charley Pride “Crystal Chandeliers” (short) during performance this a Flash Flood Warning runs across the...

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