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Bobby King


Bobby King

Bobby King (born July 28, 1944, Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States) is an American gospel-style, R&B and soul singer. He formed a singing duo with Terry Evans in the early 1970s.[1] Since 1973, King has sung on most Ry Cooder albums.[2] He was also the lead backing vocalist in Bruce Springsteen's Human Touch tour band of 1992-93.[3] The duo also undertook recording sessions with Bob Dylan, John Fogerty and Boz Scaggs.[2]

He has also released two solo albums, Bobby King (1981) and Love in the Fire (1984),[4] and two albums with Terry Evans, Live and Let Live! (1988)[1] and Rhythm, Blues, Soul & Grooves (1990).[2] Lou Reed selected 'Live and Let Live! as one of his 'picks of 1989'.[5]


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