On this week’s edition of Art of the Song, singer/songwriter and founding member of The Lost Gonzo Band, Bob Livingston, is the featured artist.
About the artist:
Robert Lynn “Bob” Livingston (born November 26, 1948) is an American singer-songwriter, bass player, and a founding member of The Lost Gonzo Band. Livingston was a key figure instigating the cosmic cowboy, progressive country and outlaw country music movements that distinguished the Austin, Texas music scene in the 1970s. Over the years, Bob Livingston has gained a reputation as a band leader, solo artist, session musician and sideman in country music. He has toured without stop for 44 years, and is one of the most experienced and recorded musicians in all of Texas music. Livingston’s newest CD, Gypsy Alibi, released by New Wilderness Records in 2011, won the “Album of the Year” at the Texas Music Awards 2011.