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Best of Beckaroo-Part One

I've followed Becky for many years and always thought she was a very underrated talent. Her unique sound and Honky Tonk music with her own piano pickin' is unmatched. She puts on a very exciting show. I know there are lots of politics in music, and I guess this little cutey from Oklahoma simply didn't kiss enough frogs! Even now her first big hit, "Jones on the Jukebox" is played on XM by Johnny Bush and Tommy Alverson, but they NEVER mention she cut the song first......and may have written it? Keep up the good work, you're a pro in my league. Dannie Mihura, OKC,OK


Born: January 24, 1950 in Bartlesville, OK

Genre: Country

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

Piano-pounding honky-tonker Becky Hobbs was an Oklahoma native and violinist's daughter who began playing and making up tunes at age nine. When she was 14, Hobbs began writing Bob Dylan-influenced protest songs and singing in a folk duo with her pal Beth Morrison. The following year she started the Four Faces of Eve, an all-girl band. While attending Tulsa University, she played in Sir Prize Package. In 1971 she was performing with Swampfox. Three years later she moved to Los Angeles, where she had...
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Best of the Beckaroo - Part One, Becky Hobbs
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: May 25, 2006

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