Folk diva Sloan Wainwright calls "Where You Should Be" a "glorious collection of songs...a rollicking ride!" Legendary Kate Taylor concurs: "This guy can write a pop song! He sings and plays with joy, and he delivers what music and storytelling are meant to do. Check this record out!" And award-winning WHUD radio personality Mike Bennett calls Bob Barlow "a true troubadour for 2013 and well beyond, (with a) knack for catchy tunes and thought-provoking lyrics."
Bob Barlow’s love affair with music began when, sitting at his grandmother's piano at age three, he improvised a passionate love song about corn on the cob. By the time the applause faded out, Bob was hooked -- and he's been singing and writing songs ever since.
Bob's 2007 EP, “Woodstock Six,” garnered kudos from listeners around the globe, and "Where You Should Be" has been generating serious buzz throughout the industry. Genre-wise, Bob's songs cover a wide gamut, resulting in a folky, rocky, hook-laden, pop-infused stew that defies easy pigeonholing. But labels are silly -- other than the one that is most commonly applied to Bob's music: "Great stuff!"