Bobby Bare

Part of Buddy Miller's Cavalcade of Stars

In 1962, Bobby Bare stood in RCA’s Nashville Studio and recorded “Shame On Me,” his first hit in both the pop and country fields. Fifty years after his first RCA recording, Bare stood in that same studio— now named Historic RCA Studio B—and recorded the album Darker Than Light. During the half-century between those two recording sessions Bare has had one of the most incredible, enduring careers in American music.