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Chapel Hart is made up of  sisters Danica Hart and Devynn Hart, and their cousin Trea Swindle. They are coming off an amazing run after placing in the Top 5 on America’s Got Talent and making their Opry debut with glowing reviews. They talk about how they didn’t want to do AGT at first but what it took to convince them to go to Los Angeles to compete on the show and how crazy it was once they got there. The group sits down to talk to Bobby about getting their start busking on the streets of New Orleans before getting their shot to play a real stage…which was actually at a gentlemen's club. They still live in New Orleans and share what it’s like traveling back and forth to start writing with Nashville songwriters.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on YoutubeSee for privacy information.
Bobby talked to Megan about how he discovered her song “Tennessee Orange” on Instagram and loved it. Megan talks about how she grew up having music and instruments all around the house but didn’t start pursuing music until she went to the University of Georgia. That’s where she wrote her first song and did her first public performance. Megan talks about making the move to Nashville after college and navigating co-writes during the pandemic. Megan talks about how she wants her songs to truly represent her as an artist and is very particular about getting every detail right. Bobby also asks who she wrote the song Tennessee Orange about because everyone wants to know. Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube  See for privacy information.
Ronnie Dunn of Brooks and Dunn drops in to talk about his latest album 100 Proof Neon, growing up in Texas, hanging out with the Rolling Stones, and of course…Brooks and Dunn.  The duo has won a crazy amount of awards including: 28 ACMs, 19 CMAs (the most of any artist), 2 GRAMMY Awards, and more than 30 million records sold as country music’s most-awarded duo in history. But we found out what accolade was the most special for him to earn. Ronnie also shares stories about his dad and how his father wanted to be an artist, how he used to live in Johnny Cash’s cabin and what went down the first time they met!See for privacy information.
Trisha Yearwood turned 58 years old today! So in her honor, we wanted to share when she stopped by Bobby's house and talks about how she got her start singing demos in the 80's. Trisha has sung backups on more than 100 Garth Brooks songs and got her start opening up for him on his tour back in 91 when she only had 1 song on the radio. Trisha also talks about recording her Frank Sinatra tribute album "Let's Be Frank", her next country album and what she likes to watch on Netflix.  See for privacy information.
Bobby had Ryan Hurd stop by the studio to discuss his journey from song writing to becoming a performer. They talked about the difference in being an opener versus the headliner, the fatigue of a tour, life and behind the scenes on a tour bus, and much more!  See for privacy information.
Bobby sits down with the legends Crook & Chase who just entered the 40th year as a broadcast team. They started in television syndication in 1983, then added national radio in 1989. They've been on tv and/or radio non-stop for 40 years and are the longest running broadcast duo in the nation. They share fascinating stories of country artists they’ve interviewed and hung out with over the years including: hair spray shopping with Johnny Cash, going over to Hank William Jr.’s House, a young Taylor Swift randomly showing up to their studio and having Shania Twain on their show before she got married and became an international star! Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on YoutubeSee for privacy information.
Ever wonder how radio works? Then this is the episode for you! Rod Phillips is the head of iHeart Country. More specifically he is the EVP of Programming at iHeartCountry which means he oversees what songs get played on the radio all over the US. Rod also played a big role in getting the Bobby Bones Show to Nashville. Bobby and Rod talk about how their relationship started over a decade ago, how Rod accidentally got into radio and what his job duties include on a daily basis. Rod breaks down how a song gets on the radio and the role an artist’s record label has in the process. Bobby and Rod also discuss how new artists get featured on iHeartCountry stations and what the future of radio looks like. See for privacy information.
On this episode, Bobby and Mike D take you through stories from episodes over the years of country artists talking about their first no. 1 song.  You’ll hear the stories behind first No.1’s from Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Luke Combs, Lady A, Joe Diffie, Tracy Lawrence, Jo Dee Messina and more! Some of these artists had been trying to make it as songwriters. Some had been struggling for years at their label just trying to get that first no. 1…and others had major success right out of the gate with their debut single. Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube  See for privacy information.
Marcus K. Dowling (@marcuskdowling)  is the best at what he does. He is the Nashville Country Music Reporter for The Tennessean. He shares stories behind the thousands of interviews he’s done over the years and the secret to getting country superstars to open up. Bobby reveals the one question that Marcus asked him during an interview that he’d never been asked before. Marcus talks about how he grew up loving country music even though his mom hated it. He details his journey on working in several different genres that led him to Nashville and the role Bobby’s career had in getting him here.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube  See for privacy information.
25 Whistles kicks things off with legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick joining Bobby to discuss what he looks for when interviewing athletes and who he still keeps in touch with at ESPN. Arkansas Head Football Coach Sam Pittman talks about dealing with the new age of college football and the NIL, and who his BFF in the coaching world is. The guys also discuss their team loyalties as an introduction, Kickoff Kevin’s 5 questions, and Bobby’s weird estate sale purchases.  Follow the Show: @25Whistles   Download the DraftKings Sportsbook App today: If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. N/A in NH/OR/ON. New customers only. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 wager. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Ends 9/19/22. See for details.   Follow the Crew: @MrBobbyBones @AdamHambrick @KickoffKevin @ProducerEddie @MikeDeestro    See for privacy information.
Jonathan Singleton is one of the funniest guys in country music. He is a Grammy nominated songwriter, singer, musician, producer and businessman. He has written 13 #1’s and many more top 10 hits including: Beer Never Broke My Heart, Die From A Broken Heart, I Hope You’re Happy Now, Same Boat, Things a Man Oughta Know and many more! He talks about his songwriting process, how he and Luke Combs met and started a business together and what he likes to do outside of country music to fuel his creative/comedic mind. He and Bobby workshop some ideas for comedy songs and listen to his punk covers of country songs that either he or his friends have written.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube!See for privacy information.
Nicolle Galyon (@nicatnitemusic) returns to the BobbyCast. She was on 5 years ago as a songwriter but now has released her new debut album 20 years in the making. She has also started her own label, Songs & Daughters. Bobby and Nicolle talk about how she went from writing No. 1’s for other artists to telling her own story, if she’s nervous to play the Today Show and why she was added to “Beers On Me” as a songwriter. She also talks about the love of her hometown and how people back home keep her humble.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on YoutubeSee for privacy information.
Two years ago, Bailey Zimmerman was working at the gas pipeline…fast forward to this year and he just signed his first record deal! Bailey talks to Bobby about how he never sang his entire life until one day at the opportunity at a basketball court then decided he wanted to drop everything  to pursue music! He started out in 2020 on TikTok just posting videos of his custom lifted trucks and then got attention from record labels and management after one of his songs went viral.  Bailey talks about how he’s had to learn everything in such a small amount of time, getting to play his first shows and how his biggest inspirations are rock star frontmen.   See for privacy information.
Tyler Hubbard sits down for his first hour long interview with Bobby since the announcement of Florida Georgia Line break. Bobby asks him about the rumors that were swirling online over the break and if it had to do with them not getting along. Tyler talks about how he feels more pressure to put out music with his own name on it than he did the last few years with FGL. Tyler talks about how his perspective on creating music has changed over the years, why he signed to a new record label and what to expect from his set opening up for Keith Urban this fall. He also gives a timeframe on when to expect more new music and his first solo album.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on YoutubeSee for privacy information.
JT Harding  has written 7 No. 1 songs for artists like Kenny Chesney, Uncle Kracker, Keith Urban, Darius Rucker and more. He started out wanting to make it in rock which led him to working as the assistant to superstar rock band Linkin Park. He shares with Bobby what it was like to grow up adopted and finding out his dad was a famous actor and radio host. He also shares the most personal story he struggled with including in his new book, Party Like a Rockstar. He is also having a contest for adopted folks who want to be a songwriter in honor of National Adoption Month.    You can enter JT's songwriting contest at  See for privacy information.
Lesly Simon is the General Manager of Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood's record labels, Pearl Records and Gwendolyn Records. She has over 25 years’ experience in the music industry that include jobs from assistant to radio promotions. She talks about her rise in the music ranks in Nashville that lead her to getting the job on Garth and Trisha’s record labels. Lesly shares that in June 2017 she was diagnosed with breast cancer just shortly after getting that new job. She talks about how she has stayed positive even after being told her cancer has returned.  Lesley is being honored by the American Cancer Society Hope Gala in Bham and is currently raising money for cancer research and patient programs. Please click here to donate in my honor or in honor or memory of a loved one that has also battled cancer! And feel free to share with any friends or family touched by this disease.  There is always HOPE! See for privacy information.
Jay DeMarcus wrote a new book called SHOTGUN ANGELS: My Story of Broken roads and Unshakeable Hope. He stops by to talk about how the Rascal Flatts formed and how his faith shaped his career. He started out playing in a Christian band and had a No. 1 song on the Christian Chart. He also talks about how he met his wife during a Rascal Flatts music video shoot and how he got a girl pregnant that lead him to a very dark time in his life...but how his faith pulled him through. See for privacy information.
In this episode, you’ll hear stories from different major artists like Shay of Dan + Shay, Luke Combs, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and more talking about failures in their career that turned into successes. From getting dropped from record labels to the times that people told them they didn’t have what it takes to be an artist.      See for privacy information.
Trisha Yearwood stopped by Bobby's house and talks about how she got her start singing demos in the 80's. Trisha has sung backups on more than 100 Garth Brooks songs and got her start opening up for him on his tour back in 91 when she only had 1 song on the radio. Trisha also talks about recording her Frank Sinatra tribute album "Let's Be Frank", her next country album and what she likes to watch on Netflix.See for privacy information.
Bobby has a conversation with the King of Nashville. Music executive Joe Galante has been named as one of the 2022 inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame. He joins the list that includes Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Jerry Lee Lewis, the late country singer Keith Whitley. Joe talks with Bobby about how he got his start in New York which led him to making a splash in Nashville where he became the youngest person to ever be the head of a record label. He talks about signing major acts to their first deal like: Alabama, The Judds, Kenny Chesney, Dave Matthews Band and more! Joe Galante also opens up about his late friend Keith Whitley who will be inducted with him this fall.  See for privacy information.
Comments (12)

Kathy Leger

love this artist and song 😍

Mar 2nd

Dave Roberts

BBS ❤❤

Oct 10th

Leslie Kelley

FYI - Samsung camera is sooooooo much better! and the emojis of you.... definitely copied Samsung.

Sep 29th

Fran Sutton

Absolutely loved this episode. Can't wait to read Scott's book, after I read Bobby's of course.

Sep 12th

Amanda Timmers

yup, gonna need this every week!!!

Aug 23rd

Dave Roberts


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Tommy Peyton

quite talking so much

Jul 14th

Angela Sloan

Dan Patrick did an interview with Geoff Edgers about Walk This Way. He tells about how the bands didnt even like eachother...great interview

Apr 23rd


Hey Bobby Bones, truly love you and love "The Bobby Bones Morning Show". Keep up the great work.

Nov 26th


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Oct 10th

rick holcombe

hi 😊😊😊😊 and I love you❤

May 23rd
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