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Bobby Keel has received 14 Gold and 12 Platinum from the R.I.A.A for songs recorded by artist such as Hank Willliams Jr., David Allan Coe, Confederate Railroad, Travis Tritt, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Freddie Powers, Albert King, The Carter Family, Johnny Rodriguez, Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley, Tammy Wynette, McGuffy Lane, Tom Jones., Bobby discovered the Forester Sisters and helped them become a number one selling act on the Warner Brothers Label.
Among his hits are: “Whiskey on Ice” recorded by Hank Jr., Travis Tritt and Confederate Railroad, “Time Off for Bad Behavior” recorded by David Allan Coe, Confederate Railroad and Mark Chestnut, “Daddy’s Honky Tonk” recorded by Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley, “Bein’ Gone” recorded by Tammy Wynette, “If You Got It” by Albert King, “Yankee Don’t Go Home” by the Carter Family and The Forester Sisters. Known as “The Songwriter’s Songwriter” Bobby has been nominated for inclusion in the Songwriters Hall of Fame! There have been too numerous artist to list who have recorded Bobby Keels songs. Previous demo singers for Bobby have included: Garth Brooks, Kathy Mattea and T. Graham Brown.