Keeping the Beat: Bob Randall on meeting Johnny Cash, writing more than 200 songs

Listen to Bob Randall on a recent "Keeping the Beat" podcast to hear how Bob developed his music, where he draws his inspiration and about a special Songwriters Showcase he will be bringing to the region later this month.

Inspired by Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and David Allan Coe, a 14-year-old Bob Randall first joined his musician father on the stage.

Later that year, he met his idol, Johnny Cash, at a gig for the June Carter family and hasn’t looked back, since writing and recording more than 200 original songs and recently wrapping a two-year recording contract in Nashville.

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UPCOMING AND PAST SHOWS

Aug25

Bob Randall & Wanted

Music in the Park at the Claude E. Kehler Memorial Park, 3rd and Arch Street, Shamokin, PA

If you like Waylon, Merle, Willie, Cash, Coe, and more — along with Bob's original songs, this is the place to be!

None of the rap, rock, pop stuff they call county today. We even throw in a couple blues and a few classic rock songs to keep everyone happy.

Bob Randall & Wanted will be onstage at the band shelter for Music in the Park from 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. performing a mix of cover tunes and many of Bob's original songs, including some from "Thunderbird" -- Bob's newest studio album.

Aug29

Bob Randall & Wanted

Iron Bridge Music Festival, 517 Front St, New Cumberland, PA 17070

If you like real country music with a little outlaw, southern rock, blues and original music, you'll love Bob Randall.

Bob Randall & Wanted will be onstage at noon performing a mix of cover tunes and many of Bob's original songs, including some from "Thunderbird" -- his newest studio album.

Learn more about the Iron Bridge Music Festival: http://ironbridgemusicfest.org/.










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