|Matt Harness’ Beachwood Reporter Bloodshot Briefing: Bobby Bare Jr. reveals how playing the Hideout Block Party in 2001 led to him recording for Bloodshot Records. There are also some hints about upcoming events in July, including a Shel Silverstein tribute.
Beachwood Music: How did you get engaged, then married, to Bloodshot Records?
Bobby Bare Jr: I played the Hideout’s Block Party in 2001, and (Bloodshot co-founder) Rob Miller offered to help me sell CDs. We stayed in touch. They allow you to do whatever you want, as long as it’s good.