Adept at a wide cross-section of country music styles--including countrypolitan, outlaw, and oft-kilter singer-songwriterism--Bobby Bare was one of country music's most versatile and talented artists, though never its most commercially successful. A strong songwriter in his own right, Bare fits in nicely with other Nashville misfits like Kris Kristofferson, Tom T. Hall, and Billy Joe Shaver. And like those artists, Bare also managed the occasional charting hit. Bare released the lovely, understated THE MOON IS BLUE, produced by his son Bobby Bare, Jr., in 2005.
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