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A little history about his music. Songwriter Bobby Wells' passion has always been to create and compose music and lyrics that soothe the soul.

When you listen to my music you'll probably hear two of my favorite instruments (guitar & sax) but I ended up playing - drums and keyboards. I love using sounds and cultural rhythms as well. I love a variety."

KHIH (95.7/DENVER, CO)

BAND OF THE YEAR voted by the KHIH radio staff and the people's choice after a dynamic and electrifying performance.

This Colorado based

producer/songwriter's music has been coined as feel-good music. He received a call and letter from

White House Tippor Gore for his community involvement and promotion of peace at "Racial Harmony Day" created by my friend Mimi Segal.

 

His "JUST BELIEVE IT" from Bobby's First album Wait a Minute written and produced by himself, Channel 9 interview by Karen Karsh about "Just Believe It"

Bobbys success story reached new heights in 1997 as he took part at the "Summt Of Eight" event President Clinton and 7 other World Leaders.

Wells was called on by Major League Baseball and the Colorado Rockies to perform his instrumental song "A True Hero" and "Just Believe It" for the 50th Anniversary Tribute to Jackie Robinson, with Jackie's wife Rachel Robinson and Buck O'Neil in attendance. His second CD was purely for fun, Colorados first family baseball CD, 

 

Born To Go The Distance supported by Hershey's and King Soopers,both major sponsors for the Rockies All-Star Game season in 1998.

Yvonne Brown joined Bobby in singing the National Anthem at the Home Run Derby which was part of the All-Star Celebration.

Bobby's 3rd CD "Its About Time" features on saxophone

KIRK WHALUM, NELSON RANGELL and DARREN RAHN

Bobby was presented with a Proclamation from Denver, Colo. Mayor Wellington Webb establishing August 10th, as BOBBY WELLS DAY.

JONATHAN WIDRAN writes in JAZZIZ magazine...Wells - experiments with synth sounds and rhythmic possibilities with the aplomb of George Duke.

 

Another quote by

JONATHAN WIDRAN for Bobby's release BAYSIDE CD "Immediately likable results" featuring

Eric Marienthal and

Michael O'Neill.

 

Inducted in the

Omaha Black Music Hall of Fame 2007. Along side the (late)

Buddy Miles, LA Carnival,Crackin, Lois "Lady Mac" McMorris,Terry Lewis,Steppen Stonz, Lester Abrams, Calvin Keys and authors like Heisman Trophy winnerJohnnyRogers.

"America, Don't Throw It Away"CD was released due to the issues facing Americans today and some of the directions it which it is choosing. It is a wake up call.

Bobby's 1st Christian CD Titled

"Here With You Lord"will be a blessing to you. All praise, glory and honor to My Lord and

Savior Jesus Christ.

 

2016 TIME TO CHECK OUT BOBBY'S LATEST PROJECT

"BACK IN THE DAY"

 

Jonathan Widran

"A mainstay on the Colorado contemporary jazz scene since the 90’s, critically acclaimed producer, songwriter and keyboardist Bobby Wells creates the ultimate, urban-flavored jazzy experience. He balances the super-melodic, smooth and swaying vibes on his latest project BACK IN THE DAY with exhilarating, toe tapping groove lockdowns. Working with guest guitarists, Michael O’Neill and Freddie Fox and sax greats Gerald Albright and Darren Rahn, Wells mixes his ‘in the pocket’ Smooth Jazz with Gospel, tropical spices, and keeping true to its title, the feel good kind of R&B that we loved BACK IN THE DAY!"

IT'S ULTIMATE SMOOTH TRACKS ARE BOBBY'S BEST

A TOTAL NEW LEVEL OF GROOVE.

 

 

OK, here's some folks I've either worked or shared billings with:

BONEY JAMES, NESTLE, 

RICHARD ELLIOT,GERALD ALBRIGHT, CRAIG CHAQUICO, MICHAEL O'NEILL, PETER WHITE, DARREN RAHN, FREDDIE FOX, DOC POWELL, WARREN HILL, BOBBY CALDWELL, JEFF LORBER, BRYAN SAVAGE, FATTBURGER, KIRK WHALUM, BAMBOO FOREST

AND MORE.

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