As his first American tour successfully continues, English folk musician, Bobby Long, is creating quite the name for himself.
Last month, Gossipcenter.com caught up with Bobby in Detroit, MI at Small’s Bar where Bobby along with his manager, Phil Taylor, were gracious enough to take time out of there night to talk and visit with us.
Arrived in Nashville with some great shows lined up and like before i met a lot of great people and it was sad to leave but its always been a dream to go to there.
I met up with my Publicist and Sam Bradley which was great. I dont get the chance to see Sam at the moment cos he is based in Canada. He is one of the nicest people you could ever wish to meet and his heart is the size of an American airways plane travelling at 500 miles an hour with a jet engine.
After arriving in LA from New York i was still excited about what had
happened in New York and sad to leave. We drove down from the airport to the hotel and already the heat was far more intense than the apple.
got into new york with a feeling of relief that i managed to get into
America. You always worry their gonna turn you away and somehow find large
masses of crack cocaine in your pockets that some hippy transvestite
planted their. Im glad to say this didn't happen and the only thing in my
pockets were a few british coins and a fountain pen.
We arrived at this hotel called the Waldorf Astoria. Its a big gothic
building that doesn't usually home the likes of myself, a student trying to
sing a few songs with a bag of dirty clothes. As my manager stepped up to