Vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Bobby Pinson was created in Tulsa, but raised inside a string of little towns within the Tx Panhandle, the boy of the high-school football trainer and an elementary college instructor. Early in senior high school he started hearing gritty songwriters like Bruce Springsteen and Steve Earle, in addition to nation standouts like Willie Nelson, Johnny Money, and Kris Kristofferson, but his biggest impact ended up being songwriter, poet, and children’s writer Shel Silverstein, whose function prompted Pinson to begin with getting into storytelling and composing contests. Following senior high school, Pinson started writing tunes in earnest and, following a three-year stint within the U.S. Military, began playing the pub and golf club circuit. He relocated to Nashville in 1996 wishing to break right into the music picture, but finished up acquiring whatever odd careers he may find to survive. Sony/ATV Music required him on as an employee songwriter in 1999, along with a 12 months later he authorized to Stage Three Music. His tunes started producing inroads in Nashville, turning up on albums by Marty Stuart, Blake Shelton, LeAnn Rimes, Tracy Lawrence, along with other nation acts. Pinson started playing the many artist/article writer showcases around the town, and was noticed by maker Joe Scaife, who brought Pinson to RCA. Pinson’s debut recording, Guy Like Me, premiered by RCA within the springtime of 2005.