I first came across the Lytell Geste of Robyn Hode back in 1973, in James P. Child’s The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. I was trying to write a story about Robin Hood, and […]
See raw footage of Bob, captured live, high on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River! “Live at 9,” Channel 3, Memphis.
Here’s the Grandfather of Grunge, playing his famous song, “Vivian O’Blivion,” at a live performance in Memphis, at The Otherlands, on South Cooper, June, 2015. It’s another authentic song, written by Bob in the early 1980’s, […]
Here’s the latest hit single from the same guy that brought you the Little Gest of Robin Hood and other classic sagas of the working man — this one was produced by John Murry (the same as […]
The lyrics of this song were written on the battlefield by Dylan Hartsfeld, a soldier from North Carolina who served two tours, one in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, and then came home and got […]
That’s a photo from 1973, in Gnashville. That’s the Exit/In at the far right. If you get a magnifying glass and look at the marquee, it says “Bob Frank.” That Chevy in front of the […]
Don McGregor and Bob, at Huey’s Midtown, Memphis, 2002. <> Bob– I’ll have to tell you the truth, since you ask, but it’s strange. I had a dream in which the name “Bob Frank” was […]
“Red Neck, Blue Collar” — sung by Jim Dickinson, on his CD Jungle Jim and the Voodoo Tiger, Memphis International, 2006. He’s joined here by his usual cast of characters, including his sons, Luther […]