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From: FL, United States

Country, Rockabilly

Bobby Hodge (1932-2011) was a former Grand Ole Opry & Nashville Recording Artist originally from Gastonia North Carolina, Bobby was most popular on radio & television as well as a night club owner around his stomping grounds in Madison Wisconsin then later in Tampa Fl. He recorded several records mostly in Nashville on various labels between 1958-1972 scoring regional hits and some reaching national charts. Bobby was a featured singer on the Grand Ole Opry in the early 60s debuting the same night as Loretta Lynn appearing there about 35 times. Bobby retired from recording and touring in 1972. Although he continued to entertain on a more local level around Tampa, he took up his other passion, thoroughbred horse racing where he and his wife Mary raced all over the country for several years. He passed away at the age of 79 in 2011.