Bobby Flores began his career in the music business though the church circuit in the Texas area as gospel duo with his mom, Mary Jane Flores. He performed with a traveling Christian group, the Young Americans For Christ.
In 1970, Flores began working nightclubs professionally at age nine as a featured single artist with George Chambers & The Country Gentlemen.
Flores formed first band at 13, playing clubs and fairs. He started opening for several Country Entertainers including Larry Gatlin, Tanya Tucker, Conway Twitty, Johnny Rodriguez, Marty Robbins, Bobby Bare, and Wynn Stewart. Flores was featured in a regional Big Red soft drink TV commercial. He became a member of the late Jimmy Peters’ “Texas Juke-Box Band” and a member of the KKYX Road show team performing across the state.
In 1988, Flores formed the band “Angel Fire” with brother Greg and sister Sandra and played the Texas “A” circuit while opening for Steve Wariner, Vince Gill, Shenandoah, George Strait, Diamond Rio, Garth Brooks and started to work part time performances with Ray Price. He joined the Ray Price Cherokee Cowboy band on a full time basis in 1997 and worked all over the country for nearly four years before joining Jake Hooker and the Outsiders.
Flores decided to concentrate on his own band and formed the Bobby Flores Band and began booking dates throughout the Southwest. Check out Bobby’s latest CD “Eleven Roses”.
- Disc Features:
- 10 Tracks
- Yellow Rose Records
- Compact Disc