Bob Lind's music helped define 'Folk Rock'
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Internationally acclaimed filmmaker Paul Surratt has just released his long-awaited documentary about Lind's life and music! For more details and-or to purchase the DVD "Bob Lind Perspective", click here.
In 1966 Bob Lind helped launch and define folk rock, writing and singing the groundbreaking megahit Elusive Butterfly.
It began an illustrious career as a songwriter that continues as strong as ever today, with brand new music and a blockbuster book!
It seems the world can't get enough of this music master, so besides his own performances, Bob Lind's songs have been recorded by over 200 artists, including Cher, Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton, The Kingston Trio, Dolly Parton, The Four Tops, Nancy Sinatra, Richie Havens, Johnny Mathis, Glen Campbell. and a whole lot more.
But nothing equals the experience of watching this dynamic performer deliver his own songs.
Bob continues to generate accolades for his singing. Bob held the (mostly young) audience rapt through a lengthy set," said Ian Marshall, promoter, describing a recent performance in Los Angeles. "I saw several celebrities amongst the crowd, namely Meg White of The White Stripes . . . for weeks afterward people were thanking me for putting on the gig, telling me how great a time they had."
Bob Lind Sings his Classic "Elusive Butterfly of Love" Here!
This engaging poet/guitarist/philosopher/singer/wise-ass has endured in the sometimes-cruel and always-fickle music business for more than 40 years.
But come prepared to feel emotions you may not have let yourself feel in a while feelings that may scare you a little. His songs hit the heart like a wrecking ball! To read more about this fascinating troubadour, check out Bob Lind's website!
The South Florida Fun Times