Bob Moore

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 Bob Moore’s bass can be heard on countless recordings made in Nashville during the 1950s through the 1980s.  As a member of studio musicians known as the A Team, Bob played on recordings with everyone from Patsy Cline to Elvis Presley.  In the 1960s he had a string of hits with his own band including the instrumental “Mexico.”  Bob’s bass playing helped blend country music and rock and roll to form the Nashville Sound along with fellow A Team members Boots Randolph, Harold Bradley, Floyd Cramer, Buddy Harman and producers Owen Bradley and Chet Atkins.  

Interview Date:
June 18, 2008
Job Title:
Musician, Bassist