Bob Moore

The expression "he's played on a million country records" is barely an exaggeration if said in description of this bassist, arguably one of the most recorded instrumentalists in music history. He has all the positive attributes possible for a musician identified with studio sessions, including involvement with many historic recordings, a list of which cuts a swath across nearly half a dozen genres. Country, of course, is one of the strongest aspects of the Bob Moore discography. He was born in Nashville and took a liking to the local music specialty while still in diapers, starting with an addiction to broadcasts from the Grand Ol' Opry. The history of his professional career seems to begin when he reached the ripe age of ten, at which point he was already actually performing as both a singer and guitarist on the sophisticated WSIX program entitled Goober and the Kentuckians. ... (Read more from

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