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January 23, 2018

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December 26, 2017
BOBBY, BOBBY, BOBBY BLUE BLAND. YOU ARE STILL MISSED SO MUCH. YOUR MUSIC IS STILL STRONG AS EVER. REST ON MY FRIEND IN HEAVENLY PEACE. I LOVE YOU.
December 25, 2017
Bobby;
You were a jewel! I met you in DALLAS, Texas. My friend and I were invited to your trailer. You were performing with Johnnie Taylor and Al Braggs. You were quiter than they were. The trailer was full of fans !!!!!
Thank you for your music. I still listen to it . I get the blues sometimes!
October 16, 2017
Kudos to James Ingram for his stirring remembrances of the master of melisma, Sir Bobby. However, to set the record straight, let's give proper credit to his two Hall of Fame guitarists: 1. The Wizard, the great Mel Brown on guitar. And of course, 2. The incomparable guitarist who so perfectly fused blues and jazz on his many Duke recordings, HOFer Mr. Wayne Bennett. For fifty years I remember notifying my cadre of Bay Area Bobby fanatics with the simple words " The MAN is coming." They knew what I was taking about. Whether playing uptown at a tony Nob Hill eatery or to "his base" in a chitlin circuit blues dive in East Oakland, it was always "Blues Time" when Mel Jackson introduced "The Man's" triumphant arrival. I will always smile when thinking about Bobby encouraging his rookie sax player to take your time son, take your time." Bobby did just that as he chronicled through six decades of hits as he said "singing for his supper."
October 14, 2017
I grew up listening to his music and he's my favorite blues artist. RIP you're loved by many!
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