Jerry D. Hobbs

Jerry D. Hobbs

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Country - Traditional | Bakersfield, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 68   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 9/17/2019

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Song Description

A happy song with a great story-line with some good guitar-picking out of Nashville.

Story Behind the Song

I just wanted to write a Memphis song and tie it in with a down and out guitar player who made it big.

Broadjam Member Reviews

The song was nice and upbeat. The instrumentation and the recording was very good. Song was fun. I can bet you will land this on with a licensing gig if you haven't already. Great potential

    - Ladee V

I like this song. Great vocals. Good guitar playing. Nice rhythm. Good lyrics. Good mix. Very well done. This is a nice feel good song. Keep doing it!!!

    - Signal 30

I went down south to New Orleans,
I got in a fight over a cajun queen
I had to leave town to save my soul
wound up in Memphis with my back pack roll.

I'm playing my guitar in a late night dive, doing all I can to stay alive,
I'm playing my blues, I can do it well
got a one-room flat in a cheap motel
(instrumental break)

rock&roll booogie it's hard to beat,
I got those hip-hop cats comin' off the streets, they never heard a sound like mine before, I got em' 'jumpin&jivin' through the swinging doors.

I'm playing my guitar like 'Johnny B. Goode' gettin' it on like Elvis would,
all the way down on Beale Street, I'm a hip-hop daddy that's hard to beat.

Cat Man boogie is a who I am,
playing my licks in a country band
all the 'cats' know me on Beale st, I'm playing my guitar to a Memphis beat.

(repeat bridge #2

Song Length
Country - Honky Tonk, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Pride, Dance

Similar Artists
Hank Williams Jr., Toby Keith
1980 - 1989

Lyric Credits Jerry D. Hobbs
Music Credits David Langley & David Wood (Nashville)
Producer Credits Jerry D. Hobbs
Publisher Credits none
Performance Credits BMI