Bobby Cole has returned to music, his self-diagnosed "vice of choice". Now, once again in showmanship form, he is looking for a new stage home on the Front Range.
Born and raised in the Deep South, Bobby honed his musical skills playing Southern Rock, Memphis Blues, and R&B. His preference of percussive Hammond organ performance style was heavily influenced by Rod Richardson (Duke Ellington Band) and R&B great, Clarence Carter. Vocal influences came from talents as diverse as Ronnie Hammond, David Clayton Thomas, and Lou Rawls. As a touring keyboardist, Bobby and his road band were familiar sights for national concert audiences "back in the day"; opening for legendary R&B headliners The Drifters, The Coasters, Rufus and Chaka Kahn, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, The Syndicate, and Exile.

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Member since:
Mar 05 2008
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100


Gregg Allman, Mother's Finest, Greg Rolie, Carlos Santana, Reese Wynans, Doobie Brothers, Elvin Bishop, Goldy McJohn, Steppenwolf, Commodores, J.J. Cale, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Joe Cocker, Earth, Wind and Fire, Willie Nelson, James Taylor, Marvin Gaye, Waylon Jennings, Randy Newman, Steve Winwood, Eagles, Joe Walsh, Boz Scaggs, Tom Petty, Pat McGee Band

Instrument experience:



Clavia Nord Electro 3
Korg M50
Motion Sound KP200-S

...and whatever else we need...