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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Don't Mean To Brag”

Bob's most recent music video recorded on location at Penns Creek.







Sep20

Bob Randall & Wanted

The Study Bar, 22 East Main Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815

Bob Randall & Wanted will be onstage from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Vakloria Hallikaar from Fox 56 News will be coming to the show! She will be writing a story about Bob's life and musical career.

Don't miss the opportunity to be a part of this historic event. Long live Country Music, keeping it real.

Saturday's show is Webb Kline on steel guitar, Randy Southstreet on bass, Paul Precht on drums, and Bob Randall on lead guitar and vocals.

Sep21

Bob Randall & Wanted

Speakeasy Saloon, 9207 State Route 171, Uniondale, PA 18470

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 from 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. performing a mix of cover tunes and many of Bob's original songs, including some from "OUTLAW" -- his newest studio album.







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