Bobbycast

Bobbycast

A show Bobby Bones does from his house. In-depth interviews with songwriters, producers and artists in Nashville that reveal the stories behind the biggest songs, candid anecdotes and personal stories.

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January 21, 2022 65 min

Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry stopped by after we had his brother, John Michael Motgomery. He talks about them growing up playing music together and what led to the formation of Montgomery Gentry. Eddie talks about their success with hits like Hillbilly Shoes, My Town, and Something To Be Proud Of. Eddie talks about what the first show was like after Troy Gentry passed away and decided to continue on with the name.

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Bobby sits down with 90’s country legend, John Michael Montgomery. He talks about growing up in Kentucky and the jobs he had before moving to Nashville to pursue country music including one as a waiter where he made a really big mistake that made him realize he wasn’t cut out for it. John talks about all of his biggest hits from I Swear, Be My Baby Tonight, Sold, I Can Love You Like That and more. He also talks about how he turned ...

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Bobby sits down with new artist Elvie Shane. They talk about his No. 1 song “My Boy” and how he wrote it years before getting a record deal. Elvie talks about his journey from Kentucky to Nashville and how Chris Stapleton was a big inspiration for him to make the jump. Elvie also shares the hardships she encountered in his life and how it ultimately got him to his goal of being an artist.

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In case you missed it, we wanted to give you this episode in it's entirety!

Bobby and Keith dive into where his love of music started and how he discovered country music in Australia. Keith explains how his dad got him into country music and how their relationship led to him wanting to pursue it as a career. Keith talks about his early days starting out, his biggest inspiration as an artist, why he strives to make his live show ...

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December 31, 2021 100 min

We are continuing our look back at our favorite interviews of the year. These were hand selected by Bobby and voted on by you online. Join Mike D, producer of the BobbyCast, as he counts them down and gives behind the scenes of each interview. You’ll hear interviews from Jimmie Allen, Scott Stapp of Creed, Reba and Brothers Osborne. 

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We are taking a look back at our favorite interviews of the year. These were hand selected by Bobby and voted on by you online. Join Mike D, producer of the BobbyCast, as he counts them down and gives behind the scenes of each interview. You’ll hear interviews from Ashley McBryde, songwriter Luke Dick, Parker McCollum and Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion.


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The second half of Bobby’s conversation with Keith Urban gets a lot more personal. Bobby talks to Keith about how he and his wife Nicole Kidman seem like a normal despite each being huge stars. Keith confirms and debunks facts that you may have read about him online. Keith also talks about going to rehab for his struggles with addiction. 

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Bobby sat down with Keith Urban. In Part 1 of the interview, Bobby and Keith dive into where his love of music started and how he discovered country music in Australia. Keith explains how his dad got him into country music and how their relationship led to him wanting to pursue it as a career. Keith talks about his early days starting out, his biggest inspiration as an artist, why he strives to make his live show so BIG and he also...

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Bobby sits down with Tenille Townes to talk about her new single “Villain In Me” which she says is the most personal song she’s ever released. She talks about what it’s like touring with Brothers Osborne and going out on her first headlining tour ever. Bobby and Tenille also get into what music she’s listening to know and how her music has an emotional effect on people. 

 



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Luke Combs is fresh off of his SNL debut. He talks about finding out he was the musical guest just a week and a half out. Luke tells the story of the guy at a record label who told him he needed to go back and write better songs after meeting him. Luke then turns all the songs he played for him that day into No. 1. He also talks about why he is vegan for the next 3 months, his 7 No. 1 songs and why he was hiding cash around his hou...

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Bobby sits down with one of his favorite new artists, Tiera! They talk about her signing her first record deal, making her Opry debut and the first time Bobby played a clip of her performance The Bobby Bones Show back in 2015. Bobby also flashes back to all of Tiere’s interviews from On Time with Bobby Bones and the first time they met on the Bobby Bones Show!

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Tracy Lawrence stops by the house to talk about all his biggest hits from the 90’s like Sticks and Stones, Alibis, Time Marches On and so many more! Bobby and Tracy talk about how it’s crazy his song “Paint me A Birmingham” didn’t go No. 1. Tracy recounts the story of when he got shot back in 1991 and had to get back on the road to support his debut album. Tracy talks about celebrating 30 years in music with his new project Hindsig...

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New duo Tigirlily sits down with Bobby to talk about how they handle being sisters in a country duo. Kendra and Krista talk about how they’ve had the same name since they started as teenagers in a small town in North Dakota until they came to Nashville and started by playing bars on Broadway. They talk about their new EP and getting to work with some of the biggest writers in Nashville and also getting to make their national TV deb...

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Charles Kelley of Lady A stops by and gives the true, untold story of how the trio really came to be. He talks about how they all found each other, where they got the name and what led to them getting their first record deal. Bobby and Charles talk about the days of releasing their first album to when “Need You Now” blew up and changed their lives forever. They get into songs from the new album “What A Song Can Do” and the song tha...

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Jerry Flowers has written No. 1 songs for Sam Hunt, Jason Aldean and Billy Currington. He also has a song on the radio right now that he wrote: “Chasing After You” by Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris. On top of that he is Keith Urban’s Bass Player and Musical Director. Jerry tells us about how he first met Keith and played in his first band “The Ranch” and what it was like touring back in the 90’s...plus ultimately what led to the band c...

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Bobby brings on Scuba Steve who is the executive producer of the Bobby Bones Show. They talk about how he got into radio, past relationships and how he got the job on the Bobby Bones Show.

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Bobby talks to Jo Dee Messina who comes to us from her home in Georgia. Jo Dee talks about how life has taken her from Boston to Nashville to now settling down in Georgia while still touring the country. She talks about the early days of getting her record deal in Nashville with fellow label mate, Tim McGraw. Jo Dee also reveals the two songs that blocked her from landing No. 1’s songs in the 90’s for two of her signature songs. Jo...

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Bobby sits down with the legend herself, Reba McEntire. They talk about it all! Reba shares stories behind her new project Revived Remixed Revisited including a new version of “Does He Love You” with Dolly Parton. She talks about the time she made her Opry debut and had her set cut short because of Dolly. She addressed all the biggest Urban Legends about her turning down role in Titanic, and if Faith Hill really didn’t get the part...

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Mackenzie Porter was the first female to have three back to back number #1’s at Canadian Country radio since Shania Twain and was the #1 Most Played Canadian Country Artist of 2020. As an actress, She starred in all three seasons of the sci-fi thriller Travelers on Netflix. She and Bobby talk about how it’s been for her to go from her fame in Canada to releasing music in the US. Bobby and Macenzie talk about how she found out she w...

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Bobby learns the true meaning and pronunciation behind Deana Carter’s name as they dive into how her dad was a studio session guitar player for major artists. She talks about remembering seeing a young Randy Travis in her home recording demos with her dad. Deana announces the Special Re-Issue for the 25th anniversary of ‘Did I Shave My Legs For This?’ with new collabs on Strawberry Wine and the title track. Deana also tells the sto...

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