About Bob Randall

COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER, SONGWRITER, ENTERTAINER

Bob Randall has written and recorded country music his entire life. His musical influences reach far into country music’s hall of fame. Adding to his musical knowledge is also Bob’s love of rock n' roll which gives his music an outlaw edge. Bob Randall’s style has been most compared to the likes of Haggard, Jones, Cash, Jennings, Coe, and Williams.

On stage Bob plays standard country songs from today while blending in originals creating a truly unique, fun and memorable experience. Bob’s music is fun to dance to and sing along to.

Bob has worked with many national artists from Wheeling, West Virginia and Nashville, Tennessee throughout his career. He’s recorded six albums (two recorded at Sony Studios in Nashville) and two new music videos, “I Ain’t Getting’ Rich In Nashville” and “Don’t Mean To Brag.”

HIGHlights

  • Singer-songwriter and recording artist with over 200 original songs and six albums.
     
  • Also performs covers of the old school country music greats: Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, David Alan Coe, and Ray Price. 
     
  • Worked with many national artists from Wheeling, West Virginia & Nashville, Tennessee.

Recent Recognition

-2018-  
Nominated for Nashville Independent Music Awards Male Artist  
Nominated for a Telly award  
Cigarettes and Black Coffee  submitted to the Grammy Awards  
Entered on the voting ballot for the Grammy Awards

-2017-  
Global Music Award 

-2016- 
Clay’s Country Music Radio Male Award 

He's easily comparable to the likes of Merle Haggard or Willie Nelson, but his style is uniquely outlaw and uniquely Bob Randall.”

— James Streese

A fixture on the local music scene for many years as a solo act or as part of a band, Randall projects a level of confidence that comes from decades of performing and interacting with fellow musicians and fans. ”

— Jeffrey Federowicz

Bob Randall has embraced his role as an “outlaw” country musician, following in the footsteps of the genre’s founders, such as Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard. ”

— John Zaktansky