Bobby Bare Jr. cannot hide from his
family’s legacy, considering he shares the same name as his Country
Music Hall of Fame father, Bobby Bare, who recorded here in Cincinnati
at King Records in the 1960s.
Tuvan throat singing describes the wild-sounding songs created by musicians in the southern Siberian and Mongolian Steppe region of Central Asia who, for want of a better explanation, use their throats as if they were a didgeridoo.