Love Lifted Me
Love Lifted Me  -     By: Bobby Denton
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 200
Vendor: Heritage Builders
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 194260307X
ISBN-13: 9781942603078

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Bobby Denton’s career was started by legendary American Bandstand icon Dick Clark. This is a story of tragedy and overcoming by Alabama Music Hall of Fame singing star and Alabama Senator for 34 years

Author Bio

Bobby Denton began singing and playing the guitar at a very early age. He performed on radio and various musical events around the northwest Alabama area.In 1956, a small recording company was organized and a short time later, Tune Records recorded a song called, “A Fallen Star” sung by teenager Bobby Denton. This record is believed to be the ?rst master tape recording from which a commercial record was pressed in the state of Alabama.Although Bobby’s recording of the song was the ?rst, it was overshadowed by other artists who recorded the song who were promoted by major record companies. Bobby Denton recorded other songs for Tune Records before joining promoter Judd Phillips. Judd was the brother of Sam Phillips who discovered Elvis Presley and founded Sun Records of Memphis, Tennessee.Bobby recorded four songs for Judd Records that had nationwide distribution. He performed on the Dick Clark Show (ABC-TV Network) from New York City and his recordings of “Sweet and Innocent” and “Back to School” were big hits in several areas of the country.He also toured with big named stars around the nation before he left the business in 1960.After almost forty years of being completely out of the music business, Bobby Denton returned to music in 1997 singing better than ever. He recorded a thirteen-song album of old favorite gospel songs called My God and I that has been very successful. In 1998, he released another gospel album called Hope, and in 1999 an album called Love Songs was released. His latest release is Amazing Grace, and is expected to be very successful. Bobby records and performs his music for personal satisfaction with the intent of providing his audiences with the good feeling of hope and a renewal of faith. Bobby Denton began singing and playing the guitar at a very early age. He performed on radio and various musical events around the northwest Alabama area.In 1956, a small recording company was organized and a short time later, Tune Records recorded a song called, “A Fallen Star” sung by teenager Bobby Denton. This record is believed to be the ?rst master tape recording from which a commercial record was pressed in the state of Alabama.Although Bobby’s recording of the song was the ?rst, it was overshadowed by other artists who recorded the song who were promoted by major record companies. Bobby Denton recorded other songs for Tune Records before joining promoter Judd Phillips. Judd was the brother of Sam Phillips who discovered Elvis Presley and founded Sun Records of Memphis, Tennessee.Bobby recorded four songs for Judd Records that had nationwide distribution. He performed on the Dick Clark Show (ABC-TV Network) from New York City and his recordings of “Sweet and Innocent” and “Back to School” were big hits in several areas of the country.He also toured with big named stars around the nation before he left the business in 1960.After almost forty years of being completely out of the music business, Bobby Denton returned to music in 1997 singing better than ever. He recorded a thirteen-song album of old favorite gospel songs called My God and I that has been very successful. In 1998, he released another gospel album called Hope, and in 1999 an album called Love Songs was released. His latest release is Amazing Grace, and is expected to be very successful. Bobby records and performs his music for personal satisfaction with the intent of providing his audiences with the good feeling of hope and a renewal of faith. Bobby Denton began singing and playing the guitar at a very early age. He performed on radio and various musical events around the northwest Alabama area. In 1956, a small recording company was organized and a short time later, Tune Records recorded a song called, “A Fallen Star” sung by teenager Bobby Denton. This record is believed to be the ?rst master tape recording from which a commercial record was pressed in the state of Alabama. Although Bobby’s recording of the song was the ?rst, it was overshadowed by other artists who recorded the song who were promoted by major record companies. Bobby Denton recorded other songs for Tune Records before joining promoter Judd Phillips. Judd was the brother of Sam Phillips who discovered Elvis Presley and founded Sun Records of Memphis, Tennessee. Bobby recorded four songs for Judd Records that had nationwide distribution. He performed on the Dick Clark Show (ABC-TV Network) from New York City and his recordings of “Sweet and Innocent” and “Back to School” were big hits in several areas of the country. He also toured with big named stars around the nation before he left the business in 1960. After almost forty years of being completely out of the music business, Bobby Denton returned to music in 1997 singing better than ever. He recorded a thirteen-song album of old favorite gospel songs called My God and I that has been very successful. In 1998, he released another gospel album called Hope, and in 1999 an album called Love Songs was released. His latest release is Amazing Grace, and is expected to be very successful. Bobby records and performs his music for personal satisfaction with the intent of providing his audiences with the good feeling of hope and a renewal of faith.

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