Bobby Mahan

Bobby Mahan

BandCountrySinger/Songwriter

bobby mahan show is professional,both in sound and appearance.,gained from years of hard work and appearing all over the u.s. and canada.with real good vocals,tight harmonies,outstanding musicianship,and capability to do all types of music

Biography

Bobby Mahan was born and raised right outside of Nashville, in Franklin, Tennessee. Bobby received his first guitar at the age of five and by the time he was twelve began playing clubs in and around Nashville. At the young age of fifteen he began to work on recording sessions in Nashville. It was also at this time that Bobby was asked by many of his recording colleagues to work with them on the road, as back up and eventually opening up for them. Later, he started his own recording career as a singer; writing many of the songs he recorded, and also carrying his own band. Bobby has worked with or opened up for many of the artists in the Nashville area. Performing all over the United States, as well as three tours in Canada. Bobby has developed into an internationally recoginzed guitarist, singer, and entertianer. He has also built a reputation for always carrying an excellent band. Bobby has not limited his career being a singer/songwriter but has branched out into genres of movies, music videos, and television shows.

Artists Appeared with or Opened for:
LeAnn Rhimes, Clint Black, Aaron Tippen, Hank Williams Jr.
From the Grand Ol' Opry: Charlie Louvin, Justin Tubb, Jack Greene, Erine Ashworth, Jean Shepard, Stu Phillips, Billy Grammer, Diane Trask, Roy Clark, Jay Leewebb, and Cissy Lyne.

Some of Bobby's T.V./Music Video Credits:
-"The Ralph Emery Morning Show" W.S.M.V. -Nashville, TN
-" Nashville Now"- T.N.N. Network-Nashville, TN
-"The Tommy Hunter Show" C.B.C. Network -Toronto, Canada
-"Line from Prince Albert Regina" Entertianment Saskatchewan-Saskatchewan, Cananda
-"Harrington After Hours" -Tuscon, AZ
-"Video Country"-Muskegon, Michagan
-"I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way" with Aaron Tippen
-"Hotel Whiskey" with Hank Williams Jr. and Clint Black
-"Marie" with Sissy Spaseck
-"Sweet Dreams" with Ed Harris and Jessica Lange
-"The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James" with Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, and Willie Nelson
-" Remake of Stagecoach" with Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings

Some Of Bobby's Radio Credits:
-"Ralph Emery Opry Star Spotlight"- W.S.M. Radio-Nashville, TN
-"Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamborree"- W.S.M. Radio-Ernest Tubb Record Shop-Nashville, TN

More credits and apperances available upon request.

Discography

Full Length Albums:
"The Best of Bobby Mahan"-Sliver Eagle Records
"How Can You Tell Love Goodbye"- Four Leaf Clover Records

Singles:
"How Can You Tell Love Goodbye"
"Doors"
"Tennessee You're A Lady"
"Johnny B. Good Once More"
"Chico California"

Radio Airplay for Singles
"Doors" WSM-Nashville, TN

Set List

set list depends on show.if dance,do 4-45 minute sets.15 minute breaks beetween sets-usually old country,newcountry,56-60s r&r,rythmn-blues.stage shows,1 or 2 1 hour shows a day.will do origianal material and a few covers.