Bobby Goldsboro

Biography: Bobby Goldsboro began his career as a guitarist for Roy Orbison and toured with him for three years in the early sixties.
In 1964 Bobby went solo and recorded the first of his sixteen top forty hits, "See the Funny Little Clown".
By the early Seventies Bobby hosted his own television show which ran for three seasons. He then formed a publishing company in Nashville called, "House of Gold Music" which successfully published songs like "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "Behind Closed Doors". In the Eighties Bobby changed direction by writing and producing children's stories. This led to an animated Easter special in 1991 called "Easter Egg Mornin'." In 1993 the CBS comedy, "Evening Shade" had Bobby writing and performing the theme song. Bobby composed new music for the series each week. At the close of the ‘93 season Bobby was awarded a B.M.I. Award for "Evening Shade", a first for the series. Presently Bobby is still producing, writing, directing his new project on PBS
Bobby Goldsboro began his career as a guitarist for Roy Orbison and toured with him for three years in the early sixties.
In 1964 Bobby went solo and recorded the first of his sixteen top forty hits, "See the Funny Little Clown".
By the early Seventies Bobby hosted his own television show which ran for three seasons. He then formed a publishing company in Nashville called, "House of Gold Music" which successfully published songs like "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "Behind Closed Doors".

In the Eighties Bobby changed direction by writing and producing children's stories. This led to an animated Easter special in 1991 called "Easter Egg Mornin'."

In 1993 the CBS comedy, "Evening Shade" had Bobby writing and performing the theme song. Bobby composed new music for the series each week. At the close of the ‘93 season Bobby was awarded a B.M.I. Award for "Evening Shade", a first for the series.

Presently Bobby is still producing, writing, directing his new project on PBS called, "The Swamp Critters of Lost Lagoon."
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