Robert Joseph Bare Jr. (born June 28, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Bare was born in Nashville, Tennessee, the son of singer Jeannie Bare (née Sterling) and country musician Bobby Bare, Sr. His parents met in 1963, when his father hired Bare's mother to join his act as a singer. Bare's mother, Jeannie, was a shopkeeper in Nashville. Bare has a younger brother, Shannon, and a younger sister, Angela.
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Boo-Tay albümüne ait şarkıları görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. En çok dinlenen, en popüler şarkıcılar, albümler ve şarkılar muzikdinle. And this is how she does gauge the power of her boo-tay It lets her know how to feel about herself, this is not real cause there will soon come a day when she will not be so pretty and no one will hear her cry. Do you care enough about me to beat the hell out of the One who loves me the most. When I said, I love you You blew me off It turned me on.
And yet Bare Jr. maintains his third solo album was more carefully orchestrated, since rehearsals were held and arrangements worked out previous to the sessions. Well, there is no denying the firepower. The son of a legendary Nashville country singer, Bobby Bare Jr. has been carving out his own particular niche for the past decade with songs that are loose and loud, tough and tender, country-influenced but clearly rock. He’s joined by members of My Morning Jacket, Clem Snide and Lambchop, who intuitively understand the demands and never overshine the songs.
Boo-Tay Bare J. s debut disc is an excellent dose of Country-Rock madness. Nothin' Better To Do" should of gotten tons of radio play, but again the programers all over this fine land seem to be blind when there is good music floating around. I recommend this album very strongly. I purchased after hearing "You Blew Me Off", and quickly found that their were a half dozen better cuts than that. I can't stop listening to "Naked Albino", with its incredible melody and lyrics, and "Loveless", "The Most", "Nothing Better to Do" and "Tabacco Spit" are superior to 95% of what you'll hear on rock radio.
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This song is by Bare Jr. and appears on the album Boo-Tay (1998). Boo-Tay!Boo-Tay!Boo-Tay!Boo-Tay! Written by: B. Bare Jr. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.
By Bare Jr. 1998, 37 songs. 2. Nothin' Better to Do. 3:340:30. Listen to Boo-Tay in full in the this site app. Play on this site.