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Bobby Campo

Born and bred in Louisiana, Bobby Campo offers musical communication at its best with cohorts he's known for a lengthy period—Lawrence Sieberthon piano, Bill Grimes on bass, and Troy Davis on the drums. Together they offer a musical journey that includes six self-written compositions like Campo's funky radio-friendly "In A Blues Funk" or the fluid ballad "For Donna," as well as executing renditions of such standards as "Autumn Leaves" and "Bye Bye Blackbird," displaying the variety which stems from Campo's diverse background.


As a member of Capitol recording group LeRoux, Campo played rock music in the early '80s. When he left the group in 1985, he returned to school to complete his Master's degree in music, going from jazz aficionado to player.



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