Music News-singing star Bobby McIntyre

Music News-from pop star Bobby McIntyre

You can hear some of my tunes on Reverbnation and soundcloud if you want to hear my voice and songs and see what im all about.

Feel free to follow me on my many socialmedia sites as well, however the best place to get a response from me is on my facebook fanpage, by leaving a comment on one of my current posts:)

Looking forward to hearing from you all and can not wait to meet you.


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I am so excited to let you all know that country music weekly and country music weekly canada are doing amazing!  I have some amazing plans with these media sites I own, and most of those plans

revolve around helping other great musicians and bands world wide.  Some of the other sites I own are Rock Music Weekly , Live Music Nation

Music Weekly News   Canada Weekly  World of Movies.  I however own many more media sites that I have not menioned above, the plan is simple, bring millions to my sites so I can help millions of great people, nothing more nothing less.

So I urge all of you to stay tuned to  Bobby McIntyre official and watch me accoumplish these Dreams of mine, cause its already starting to happen and its going to be as amazing joyful ride.

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Leave it to a singer from Canada to best sum up America’s car culture. In his high-octane new single “Kids With Cars,” arena-voiced country artist Dallas Smith takes a nostalgic spin through the days when having four wheels was all that mattered.

“It takes you back to the first car you ever owned in high school, to when you hung out in the parking lot,” Dallas says. “You had your little group of Civics and imports over here, and you had the guys with the classic cars over there. And then there were the girls with the brand-new Mustangs. All of the different social groups were based upon what you drove.”

For Dallas, he experienced those car cliques growing up in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he eventually turned the key on what would become a hugely successful recording and touring career. As the lead singer of the multi-platinum rock group Default, he entertained hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, leading epic sing-alongs of the band’s monster hit “Wasting My Time.” Eventually setting out on his own as a solo artist, Dallas dominated the Canadian country charts with songs like “Lifted,” “Tippin’ Point” and the multi-week #1 hit “Wastin’ Gas.”

Raised on the music of such country megastars as Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn and Reba McEntire, Dallas knew his path would ultimately lead him to Nashville. Especially when he discovered later, through Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts, that he could fuse his affection for guitar-driven rock with country storytelling.

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Bobby McIntyre Facebook FanpageBobby McIntyre looking good

Love the way this one turned out. Hope you all enjoy this shot.    Hoping to see you all on my twitter page soon.

It’s pretty hard to believe that some kid who started playing drums in the 5th grade with four buckets and two coffee cans would end up singing the Star Spangled Banner in Spokane, WA, in front of 12,500 people at a Clay Walker concert. The manager shook Bobby’s hand and said, “Good job, Kid–that was great!” After that, Bobby McIntyre was asked to sing the National Anthem for Jody Mesina, Rascal Flats, Tracy Lawrence, Daryl Singletary, and Shelly Wright

Bobby was born in Ventura, CA… and when he was 12 years old, in the 7th grade, he got his first drum set, and became good enough that a local rock band asked him to play drums for their band–and played with the band on and off for about three years. Then the leader of the band started teaching him to sing harmony. He says he picked it up really fast, moved to the big city of Spokane for college, and studied music for two years while playing in a couple of bands. He finally got a board of drums and started playing guitar at the age of 20–and wrote his first song. He started singing together with a local friend and found out he was a ‘pretty good country singer’ by the way the audiences always received him.

Bobby’s family owned a country restaurant with a dance hall… and his buddy Jason Evers and he started a duo called Young Country. He says they got pretty good and they became regular guests on the J and Kevin Show on KDRK Radio in Spokane, WA. Bobby says, “People loved the songs I wrote! I even wrote a few fun jingles that played on the air for four or five years. My mother loved country music–and wanted me to be a country star some day!  On a Friday afternoon, I met my Mom to pick up her 12-string guitar. I could not afford my own guitar at the time–and I had no idea that it would be the last time I saw my amazing Mom alive.” He says losing his Mom was so hard; but he kept going with his music–and now his writing means even more than his live appearances!

Bobby opened his own Cellphone Store in the year 2000.  With a new business and a family to support, he put his music away for almost 11 years. He always sang with his kids and picked the guitar up from time to time–and taught a few lessons here and there, but says his family and store was his life! Bobby says it wasn’t until 2009, after his wife of 11 years left him for someone else, that he even picked up the guitar to write new music. Suddenly, there was so much emotion going on in his world… and the songs kept coming! He wrote, “Not the Enemy, God’s Grace” and many more during this very hard time. He says they were not the happiest songs, but they were full of emotion. He says “I was always a Christian! Mom gave me my first Bible in the 5th Grade… and my faith in God just kept growing. Even though life was hard, I met my wife Wendy in 2011… a wonderful woman from Canada.” Bobby lost his Dad, Bob Sr., to cancer early 2011. He sold his store and and house and took a huge leap and  moved with his amazing son Jacob to another country called Canada around the Edmonton area.

  Not being able to work in Canada, was a big shock for Bobby because he was not a citizen,but it did  give him time to write again. Bobby says he also joined the local church worship team and started hearing those new faith songs in his head. He also started taking a course in Audio Engineering and built his own mini home-studio in their home; and started writing and recording everything that came to his heart. He says it wasn’t until August-2012 that he finally realized what he was meant to do. He says, “I was painting my deck, and I heard God speak to me! He told me to put down your brush, and go pick up your guitar and write this song. God also spoke clearly to me, and said:  This is what you are suppose to do, Bobby! It is time, believe… OK!” He says he wrote the song, “Jesus is the One,” and decided to enter it into the Break Forth 2013 Song Writing Contest.  He says, “Around 2012, I started my ReverbNation page and got some feedback–but not too much with the few songs I had listed.  And it was not until he wrote the song, “Falling for Jesus,” that the lights turned on! And since then  God has been giving him melody after melody!” Bobby Says It's Amazing what has happend since that hot summer day in 2012, My music is heard all over the world now, and my only source of income now is from the music industry, which is a dream come true.  What is even more amazing is it's only just begining, in 3 years I have gained over 250 thousand followrs and fans of my music and mission, but I plan to have millions who know me and I also want to help and reach millions of people on this journey, so there is still lots of work to be done.

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