Bob has been featured on numerous albums as well as solo projects playing dobro and mandolin over the last 3 decades.
Bob has been playing guitar, steel guitar and bass for the better part of 50 years (since the age of 10) in various styles of music. He has recorded over 60 as a soloist, session musician, and as a part of a band.
Bob's studio has produced many different sounding artists from bluegrass to folk to hard rock. He is renowned for his attention to detail and the quality work that he produces.
Bob has worked in Country Music and Bluegrass bands since the 60’s.
It was Bob's ability to play guitar, steel guitar, dobro, mandolin, and bass fiddle which led to several jobs in Country and Bluegrass bands and also recording sessions in Eastern Canada. Bob has to his credit six instrumental albums and three Bluegrass albums that were award winners in the Eastern Canada Bluegrass Awards and East Coast Country Music Awards along with working on over fifty albums for clients from Eastern Canada, New York State and Alberta.
Bob also winters in Arizona and has performed at many shows and events including the Glendale Folk Festival with the Desert Heart Bluegrass Band, The Friends Of Marty Robbins music night in Glendale and the prestigious annual Steel Guitar Show in Phoenix. One of Bob's favourite activities is giving workshops on guitar, dobro and bass fiddle and has conducted workshops at many bluegrass festivals including presentations to the music faculty at Florida Atlantic University.
Another honourable mention is the winning of the Eastern Canada Dobro Award five times. After the fifth win, he was presented with a “Master’s Award” and taken off the list of future candidates; the first to achieve this honour.
After making his home in the Edmonton area in 1999, Bob has worked with many fine musicians in his recording studio and on stage and thanks to these musicians and their fans that Real Country Music is here to stay.