This website was last updated February 18, 2018
SONNY GERACI Born Emmett Peter Geraci Singer (November 22, 1946 - February 5, 2017) Toured with Bobby Goldsboro on The Gene Pitney Show in 1966.  As lead singer of the Outsiders, had #5 hit in Billboard magazine with “Time Won’t Let Me.”  As lead singer with Climax, had #3 Billboard, #1 Cash Box hit with “Precious and Few.”
PERSONAL APPEARANCES Bobby Goldsboro has announced that he will not be performing in 2018. Check his official website  for any personal appearances at art shows.
WILLIAM PETER BLATTY Author, Screenwriter, Director (January 7, 1928 - January 12, 2017) Writer of “The Exorcist” and “I’ll Tell Them I Remember You” for which Bobby performed the music for the audio books.
“Supernatural” on The CW Network has used Bobby’s music twice. “Regarding Dean” (Season 12, Episode 11, original airdate February 9, 2017) featured an abridged version of the original recording of “Broomstick Cowboy” during a show-ending montage.  “Shut Up, Dr. Phil” (Season 7, Episode 5, original airdate October 21, 2011) included a short scene with “See the Funny Little Clown” playing on the radio. “The Orville” on Fox TV used Bobby’s “The Straight Life” as elevator music on “Cupid’s Dagger” (Season 1, Episode 9, original airdate November 9, 2017).
getTV airs reruns of “Jim Nabors Hour” & “Dolly!”   Check episode listings by clicking here for possible airing of Nabors’ Season 2, Episode 19, which featured Bobby and aired originally on January 28, 1971; or Dolly Parton’s Episode 17 from 1976/77.
View the ART OF BOBBY GOLDSBORO by visiting BobbyGoldsboro.com where original oil paintings and prints are available for purchase.  Click picture at left for direct link.
GLEN CAMPBELL (April 22, 1936 - August 8, 2017) Country Music Hall of Fame Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Bobby Goldsboro appeared on episodes of the “Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour” in 1969 (photos below) and 1971, and with Glen on several awards shows and talk shows.  The photo at right is the pair presenting at the 1972 CMA Awards show.
Facebook.com has many photos of Bobby Goldsboro. One is with Mary Alice, Roy & Claudette Orbison in 1963. Another is with Jerry Chesnut and Del Reeves from 1967.
MEL TILLIS  Born Lonnie Melvin Tillis (August 8, 1932 - November 19. 2017) Country Music Hall of Fame National Medal of Arts Recipient Performer and writer of several hit songs, Tillis wrote “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town,” a top 10 pop song for Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, and a top 10 country song for Johnny Darrell.  Bobby recorded the song for his 1967 LP, “The Romantic, Wacky, Rockin’, Soulful, Country Bobby Goldsboro.” Tillis was Bobby’s good friend and neighbor for years, and also exhibited his paintings at art shows.  The photo at left is Tillis supporting his friend by attending Bobby’s very first art show in Orlando, Florida, on February 20, 2008.
JIM NABORS  (June 12, 1930 - November 30. 2017) Actor and Singer Performer best known as “Gomer Pyle” on “The Andy Griffith Show” and its spin-off, “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.” Bobby appeared on “The Jim Nabors Hour” CBS-TV variety show aired January 28, 1971.  Jim recorded “With Pen in Hand” on an album of songs from the show. Jim appeared on “The Bobby Goldsboro Show” twice, on its premiere episode and again on the first episode of Season Two. Nabors discussed their shared Alabama roots when he surprised Bobby in 1991 with a live phone call to TNN’s “Nashville Now” celebrating Bobby’s 50th birthday.
SPOTIFY MUSIC STREAMING SITE ADDS RARITIES Online music streaming service Spotify.com recently added some Bobby Goldsboro songs that have previously been unavailable in digital format.  Part of two albums titled, “At His Best,” included are: “You Better Go Home” “Lonely Traveler” “Honey Baby” “The Runaround” “The Letter” “Hi Lili, Hi Lo” “Longer Than Forever” “Love Is” “She Chased Me” “Hold On” “Hard Luck Joe” “I’ll Remember You” The recordings appear to be low quality copies from vinyl sources, and not the original master tapes.
EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL Bobby Goldsboro’s artwork displayed at Ray Stevens’ new theater
2018 is the 50th anniversary of Bobby Goldsboro’s “Honey” recording, #1 on Hot 100, Country, Easy Listening, and several foreign countries
Above:  From the January 10th VIP Special Grand Opening event, Bobby & Dianne Goldsboro. At left:  Bobby’s original painting, titled “Ray Stevens...Way Out There,” hangs in the entrance of the new CabaRay Theater in Nashville.