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Interviewing The Legends, 24/07/2017

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The Ray Shasho Show Welcomes Legendary Drummer Bobby Caldwell
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'Captain Beyond' Drummer Bobby Caldwell on The Ray Shasho Show

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Guest, Bobby Caldwell

Guest Name
Bobby Caldwell
Guest Category
Guest Occupation
Musician,Songwriter,Singer,Producer
Guest Biography

LEGENDARY DRUMMER AND SONGWRITER

B O B B Y   CA L D W E L L  

TALKS ABOUT HIS INCREDIBLE ROCK AND ROLL PAST

ON THE RAY SHASHO SHOW

Bobby Caldwell started playing at the age of ten and by fourteen was playing professionally with many rock groups in the state of Florida, but primarily “Noah’s Ark”, out of Tampa.  After signing with Decca Records and releasing two singles, the band played constantly throughout the Eastern U.S.  After paying his dues, fate stepped in.

At the age of 19, he was asked to join Johnny Winter’s new super group “Johnny Winter And”.  This group featured Rick Derringer and Randy Hobbs, formerly with the McCoy’s of “Hang On Sloopy” fame.  The album “Johnny Winter And Live” was recorded in New York and Miami and became a top ten best seller and Johnny’s highest charting album.  Bobby also played on Johnny Winter’s “Saints and Sinners” album, recording with Edgar Winter, Rick Derringer and the late Dan Hartman

Rick Derringer asked Bobby to play on his first solo LP “All American Boy”, which was recorded entirely at Caribou Ranch in Colorado.  This partnership produced the classic top ten hit, “Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo.”

While touring with the Allman Brothers Band as a third drummer and percussionist, BC had the pleasure of playing with them at the Filmore East when they recorded their historic album, The Allman Brothers, “Live at the Filmore East”.

In the early to mid seventies, Captain Beyond arose from the ashes of Iron Butterfly, Johnny Winter And, and Deep Purple.  Introduced to Phil Walden by the late Duane Allman, the band signed with Capricorn Records.  Captain Beyond’s first album remains a progressive rock cult classic to this day.  The band enjoys heavy airplay on satellite radio and a large following in Europe and the far East.  Bobby’s contributions to the music, lyrics and song arrangements are evident throughout

Following Captain Beyond, he was enlisted to join the supergroup Armageddon.  Founded by the late Keith Relf from “The Yardbirds,” Armageddon comprised of England’s renowned super guitarist, Martin Pugh, Bobby Caldwell and Louis Cennamo.  The group produced one album for A&M Records.  Once again, Bobby was a major contributor to the song writing and direction of the band.

In the early 1980s, MCA Records offered Bobby a solo deal.  The album was unfortunately never completed.  Through the 80’s and 90’s Bobby continued to sing, write new material and play drums while fronting his own band before moving back to Florida from Los Angeles for family obligations.

Recently, Bobby has been playing with the reformed Captain Beyond, as well as many other projects.  He is a dedicated professional, always looking for new and exciting musical ventures.

Highly spiritual, Bobby also holds a Masters Degree in Metaphysics and is an Ordained Metaphysical Minister. He neither smokes, nor drinks, nor uses drugs and lives an extremely clean lifestyle.  He is truly a sincere, humble and caring artist.  His love and motivation to create new music is, as it has always been, steadfast and unwavering.

CONCERT DATES FOR CAPTAIN BEYOND

6/3/17 -    Ace's Live Music                                         

Bradenton, FL                          

6/22/17 -The Golden Pony                                         

Harrisonburg, VA                     

6/23/17 - Cafe 611 "Maryland Doom Fest"                 

Fredrick, MD

8/16/17 - The Earl                                                       

Atlanta, GA

8/18/17 - The Pour House Music Hall                           

 Raleigh, NC

8/20/17 - Kung Fu Neck Tie                                         

 Philadelphia, PA

8/22/17 - Saint Vitus                                                   

Brooklyn, NY

8/25/17 - "The Bear's Den" Seneca Niagara Casino     

Niagara Falls, NY

10/28/17 - Ram's Head Live "Days of Darkness fest"   

Baltimore, MD

Much more to come

You can purchase Lost & Found 1972-1973 -Release date 6/2/2017 on CD and limited edition colored LP at Cleopatra Music and film

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