Bob Bentley

Bob Bentley

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Country - Contemporary | Wareham, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 7,361   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 4/16/2018
   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.

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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It's a wonderful thing to be able to say that all my songs are now signed to Lamondt International and Ngong Hills Music Publishing, owned and managed by CC (Cat) Lamondt. Her empire has offices in the US and Africa and includes a record label and studio. As well as my own songs, we have collaborate on others and there is a real possibility some will be released either by Cat or other artists. Several doors are ajar and 2018 is beginning to look promising - very different from a year ago.


Ionut Mirel Udrea posted 4 weeks ago to Bob Bentley

Hello Bob!
Thank you very much for taking the time to listen and rate my new song "Steps To Your Heart"! I really appreciate your support.
All the best!

Warren Hein posted over 30 days ago

hey Bob, many thanks for the kind words in the review--seems about 75% thought what you did, and others (all who i respect BTW) found some problems with it...but heck i'll take that. your words mean much to me sir, thank you again,

Bob Bentley posted over 30 days ago

Have rearranged and rerecorded a song I wrote in 1997 called Little One. Back then it was inspired while observing my grand daughter, wondering what she was thinking and what lay ahead for her.
This is the third arrangement because up to now I've struggled to find the correct key, style or pace. I think this one works quite well but am wide open to constructive comments, as always. Cheers. 1

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