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Bob Kirkpatrick's comeback album Going Back to Texas is a charming record. Kirkpatrick has a classy, jazzy guitar style and he leads his band through a set of originals and covers, putting an attractive, swinging spin on the music. Even if a couple tracks fall flat, Going Back to Texas is an engaging album of swinging Texas blues.


Born: 01 January 1934 in Haynesville, LA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Dallas-based guitarist, singer, and songwriter Bob Kirkpatrick may not be a household name, but he's been quietly building an audience for the last 30 years in clubs around Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana. Although he hadn't recorded in 23 years prior to 1996's Going Back to Texas, Kirkpatrick has long been a regional star in the Texas triangle, but since he has always made family his first priority, his recording/blues career fell somewhere down the ladder. Kirkpatrick, born in 1934 in Haynesville,...
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