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Bobby G Cargill " Test of Time"

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Published on Sep 3, 2011

The Texas 'Ordinary Man' Bobby G Cargill is a life long music man. His dream of recording has come true and now he can share the enthusiasm he has for country music with an ever growing audience that is finding, listening to and enjoying his first CD, 'Ordinary Man'. The twelve song recording is full of well crafted songs he has written himself and indications are he will have a long career ahead of him as a singer/songwriter. The reaction to his music has inspired Bobby to dream again about new recording plans in the future. He knows so well that the 'dream was a long time coming and in a recent Nashville radio interview, Bobby became reflective about how far he has come with his Country Music Dream and how his Family has played such an important part since the beginning. As a young boy growing up in Texas he still fondly recalls times when he attended country music concerts with his Mother, Bobbie, and, if he was lucky,on occasion he would wait around after the show to get a chance to meet the stars in person. Most memorable to Bobby was the time Conway Twitty spent over five minutes talking with him and sharing his thoughts on life and music. This was an inspiration to Bobby and it made him believe in his own talents to have a career in Country Music. This same spirit and view on life continues with Bobby as he now encourages younger musicians in pursuit of their dreams. At one of the earliest concerts Bobby can recall, it was not a meeting with a star, but more of an interference with a stage show that makes Bobby laugh in telling friends and in radio interviews. It happened when Bobby was eight years old and was fortunate to be in the first row of an 'Opry' style country music show. Bobby had just finished off a bag of popcorn and was soon to find out that he was going to put a 'pop' into the show. The theater was packed, and Teddy and Doyle Wilburn were on stage. The Brothers were a very popular duo at the time on Decca Records and headlined shows all over North America. They were also very helpful in the early career of Loretta Lynn. But on this night in Texas, it would be an eight year old Bobby G Cargill who stopped the show. No, he wasn't entertaining, he was just eating popcorn. As he always did as a kid, he blew air into the bag and without thinking of the show going on, popped it loudly. His Mother quickly banged him on the shoulder to show her displeasure and the Wilburn Brothers, taken aback, interrupted their show and laughed at Bobby's antics. Later that week, Bobby heard the Wilburns being interviewed on a popular local country station and heard them re-tell the story. Bobby thought..."so this is show business". Well, that was Bobby's first taste of the music 'biz', and he liked it very much. It was in fact his Mother, Bobbie, who really influenced Bobby G with her own talents.

Song Warrior, LLC dba: Renegade Records

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