Bob Bentley

Bob Bentley

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Country - Contemporary | Wareham, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 8,011   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 11/15/2018
   Sounds Like: Kenny Rogers, The Eagles

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Played guitar and sang in groups and bands throughout the 60's - 80's, gigging most weekends. Took to songwriting when the working hours in my career as a theatre manager meant playing gigs was no longer possible. Now retired, I am heavily involved writing and producing at home.

Collaborations
Emma Jane from Scotland sang Love Is In The Things I Do. A duet with Julia Schmidt, We Can Be Lovers Again made the Country Traditional chart for 2 years. Performed the vocal on a track by fellow BJammer, Junior Murrell and have collaborated with CC Lamondt on several songs with her lyrics and my music.

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Latest News

Was invited by the Guild Of International Songwriters and Composers with two other songwriters to write a song to be presented to Sir Cliff Richard at the Royal Albert Hall in Oct 18. Secrecy was paramount, the song to be on a Diamond theme as was his Diamond Jubilee 1958 - 2018. Submitted Like A Diamond but after a lengthy selection process it lost out by one point! Absolutely no hard feelings as it was an honour and a great experience.


Comments

Delta Burnett Reed posted 6 hours ago to Bob Bentley


Again, Niceeeeeeee!!!!!!!

   
 
Margie & Art Corey posted 2 days ago


Dear Mr. Bob Bently, just heard your wonderful song, "The Moonlight" great tune Sir!! Love all the elements of the night and that of love lost....great JOB!! Gave you 5 Stars & Light Years of Likes!!!! If you get a chance, love to have you visit our Broad Jam site, we will leave the lights on!!
Toodles....
Margie & Art Corey


Bob Bentley posted 2 days ago


New song posted this evening We Used To Own The Moonlight. Blues for a change.


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