Born and raised in Nashville, Tenn., musician Bobby Bare Jr. has recorded two albums for Immortal Records with his band Bare Jr., one for Sony Records in 1998 and one for Virgin Records in 2001.
At age six, he was nominated for a Grammy after singing a duet with his dad called "Daddy What If," written by Shel Silverstein. He also co-produced his dad's last record, "The Moon was Blue," in 2006.
Bobby Bare Jr. has toured with The Decembrists, The Black Crowes, Bob Dylan, Aerosmith, My Morning Jacket and Andrew Bird.
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