Bobby Pizazz Nashville singer/songwriter offers a variety of original tunage, with writing influences as varied as Hank Williams, Jim Croce and Earth Wind & Fire.
Says Bobby, “I have song in my soul, I have a story that must be told. As I write these songs I tell of life, and if you listen close, you will see, that this is not just my song, but ours in joy and strife. I’m a Music Story Teller a Song Man.”
A life-long entertainer, Bobby Pizazz made appearances on the nostalgic TNN (Nashville Network) American Magazine performing his self-penned favorite “Lost, Lonely, Feelin’ Blue”. To his credit he has worked behind the scenes, back stage and in the studio with a wide variety of major recording artists and independents.
Bobby is currently working on an album project with the Music Sanctuary Studio in Kingston Springs. Jeff Debusk who will produce His Pop songs to be released on “Hit Town Records”.
Bobby is also working with Producer T Jae Christian and Mark Moseley on Universal Sound Record’s with His first single released January 2013, “Roll the Windows Down Baby” charted Number 1 on CMG International Radio Country Charts in October 2013. “Roll the Windows Down Baby” written by Roy August, T Jae Christian and Bobby Pizazz” … Bobby partnered with Universal Sound Records to get that “NASHVILLE SOUND” on his recordings. Look for the New Single coming out this Spring …”Your Love Hits The Spot”
In light of the changing times and merging music genres Roy August and Bobby Pizazz begin to co-write in Dec 2010 Modern All Genre Big Band Music Songs & Lyrics using 7 Colors of the Rainbow as a Pallet…Bobby is currently arranging Big Band Charts for the project with the help of several friends and expertise of Dave Martin…Mark Moseley and The Java Jive Studio …Look for some future All Genre Big Band Sounds and songs that will surely lighten your daily load…songs that could become classics, songs that you’ll carry the melody and the message with you in your heart…for the next 50 years of your life…
“IMMT Records: Very nice Bobby, keep up this good work.
Johnny Nowhere: I really like the way Bobby begins every song with a clean slate. With so many artists who replicate their own sound with every other tune, everything here is fresh and different. Rather than getting comfortable in any one…
Feb 07 2009 Full page article page down to the White Bluff section page 10” — Richard Edmondson, The Westview News
“Ron White Jan 6, 2006 That’s a damn good song you have playin’ here. Thanks man… ( About the song RHYTHMTRAIN )”— Ron White,
Anna Fisher Jan 12, 2006 Greetings Bobby Pizazz, Thanks so much for the add! Enjoying your tracks and your spirit. Continue to inspire humanity! One Love, Anna Fisher”
“At 8:12am on March 14, 2009, Rand Bishop said…Hey, man. You kicked ass. It was great hearing something other than minor tone blues/country rock from an overweight wanna-be writer. Great performance! You are the real deal. I wish you all the success with your music endeavors. Rand ” — Rand Bishop
“Angela B Feb 7, 2009 Your music is great. It’s very soothing…. Make’s me smile. Smile” —
Nancy Feb 7, 2009 Hello Bobby, this is Nancy, I am truly crazy about your music, how great you are. I hate to say I have never heard of you, but I have now and I am telling everybody I know.”
“Bobby Pizazz reminds us not to fear the peace evolution because our evolution heals our country, the world and ourselves. Bobby represents the creative optimistic dreamers of the world when he tells us that we’re winning the war to Take Back America.” — Liz, Willie Nelson Peace Research Institute
“Bobby Pizazz has lots of other music and if you want to treat yourself to a relaxing and healing mini-vacation visit his MySpace profile to hear and feel more of this passionate and accomplished musician.” — Liz, Willie Nelson Peace Research Institute
“A Peaceful Solution. Bobby’s sound, deceptively mellow, seduces the listener into an accepting and peaceful mood. These hard-hitting lyrics feel non-threatening to the relaxed listener and find a home deep in the psyche…It just feels so good it has to be the right thing to do.” — Liz, Willie Nelson Peace Research Institute
“how r u doing tonight? been listening to your music, your music makes me want to melt. ” marilyn ackers
“YOU OPENED MY EYES TO A BRIGHT NEW WORLD. THE WORDS YOU SAY IN YOUR SONGS HAVE SUCH HEART AND SOUL IN THEM. I FEEL MOVED AND MUSIC BEHIND THE WORDS ARE LIKE ANGELS PLAYING A HARP.ALL PLACE SO PERFECTLY TO LET THE WORLD MELT AWAY AND GIVE ME PEACE OF MIND. GOD BLESS YOU FRIEND.DOREEN ” Doreen “At 4:43pm on April 1, 2009,
Mike Mayo said Hey Bobby, I appreciate the friendship. Thanks for the music in your soul. Best towards your career! Mike ” — Mike Mayo
“Wendy Fischer Hello Bobby! a nice surprise! I have been listening to your music and loving it! I’ve been enjoying the music so much, I just had let you know! Thanks for sharing it with us….it is simply delightful! Have a wonderful Earth Day! Love & Peace ~ Wendy” — Wendy Fischer,
“Bobby Pizazz & The Rhythm Train Band pulled into The White Horse Tavern and pulled off a show of show.” — Annie Pizazz, Slippery Music
“Bobby Pizazz joined Willie Nelson’s Peace Project when he sent Willie Nelson Peace Research Institute his first version of A Peaceful Solution. If you haven’t heard Bobby’s version of A Peaceful Solution, please check it out.” — Willie Nelson Peace Research Institute “Bobby’s interpretation of A Peaceful Solution definitely gets Willie Nelson’s and Amy Nelson’s message across through his professional and polished smooth stylings.” — A Peaceful Solution
“The Villiage Cafe is Tucked away in an enchanting town called Vernon. Small and intimate, the restaurant has the perfect setting to introduce the original style and the ‘Music Story Telling’ work of ‘Bobby Pizazz’.” — Annie Pizazz
eJazzRadio “What a rare find, a dinner show in the heart of Flint Michigan. It was great night at The White Horse Tavern, a little cozy place in the heart of Flint Michigan. It’s a great place for a dinner show, and What a Show Bobby Pizazz and friends put on!” — Bill Jacobs, eJazzRadio
Favorite Quote “Every author should weigh his work and ask, ‘Will humanity gain any benefit from it?.’ ” — Nachman of Bratslav