"The finest independent musician in America today"says Folk Music America about Bob Haworth, who toured for nearly four decades as a key member of The Brothers Four and The Kingston Trio. Today he lives in Jacksonville, Oregon, where he focuses on his solo performing, song writing and teaching. He is also in the process of documenting his career in a book entitled "Tales From The Roadside."
Mitt Romney, then Governor of Massachusetts, joined Bob Haworth and The Kingston Trio for a rendition of "Charlie On The MTA" at the Charlie Card dedication ceremony for the Boston Subway System in 2004.
Bob Haworth on the cover of Jazz Banjo Magazine Fall 2007
Bob is available for your next corporate or civic group meeting, fair or festival either as himself or his alter-ego - the amazing Bob O'Luney. He also enjoys performing at wineries, private parties, retirement homes...you name it! And if you'd like to learn to play or improve your skills on guitar, banjo, ukulele, bass, harmonica or...musical saw! - give him a call. Contact Bob today for details.
Bob shares Kingston Trio memories and talks about his musical life after the Kingston Trio on KNUS Radio 710AM in Denver CO the night of May 25, 2008. Click here to listen.
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