He volunteered and played at the very first Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California, while he was a
student at Gavilan Community College in Gilroy. Since then Bobby has played in venues of just
about every size from living rooms in California, Washington and Tennessee and churches
across the country to open mics and Farmers Markets in Memphis to clubs along Music Row in
Nashville, the River Arts Festival in Memphis. He was honored to sing for the Chief’s Council for
the Mississippi Choctaw Nation in 2012.
Today, Bobby writes songs that either reflect spiritual values or chronicle events in history
(Americana) that should be remembered.
Check out samples of his music at: www.Reverbnation.com/Bobbyoneal
For booking information:
335 Emily Rd.
Oakland, TN 38060