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Bobby Bobo
and his Western Rhytmaires
Born:  June 2, 1931
WCOP Hayloft Jamboree
WLW Midwestern Hayride
WCOP Boston, MA
WKBN Youngstown, OH
WLW Cincinnati, OH
WPIC Sharon, PA
WRRN Warren, OH
WZIP Covington, KY

About The Artist

This native of Brookfield, Ohio became somewhat of a star on the WCOP Hayloft Jamboree that aired out of Boston, Massachusetts. He first auditioned with Aubrey Mayhew and was signed immediately. World War II interupted his tenure there, but when he got back to Ohio after the war, he started up his old band and rejoined the Hayloft Jamboree.

Bobby and his "Western Rythmaires" as they were called, did a daily radio broadcast over WCOP. In 1954, Bobby was waiting for his first recording to be relased on Sheraton Records.

Credits & Sources

  • Country Song Roundup No. 32; June 1954; American Folk Publications, Inc.; Derby, CT.

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
Decca
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  31219 A Battle of Gettysburg
  31219 B Goin' Out of Style
 
Sage
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  239 A Doggone Long Gone Blues
  239 B Stamps
  253 A Lonesome And Heartbroken
  253 B My Sweet Love Ain't Around


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