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Bobcat Rob Armenti

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Bobcat Rob Armenti

Steven Stubblefield

Bobcat Rob Armenti is an American Songwriter with a hankering for real, boot stomping, feel good, sometimes hard hitting but mostly uplifting music straight from the soul. Off the stage, the music never stops. Bobcat is known for his alternative shows, passion driven musical engagements for whomever happens to be around. From the streets of Santa Cruz and San Francisco to backyard campfires and gatherings all over the country.
After touring the country in a beat up RV with his band Theodore Lovely in 2013, Bobcat set up camp in the secluded mountain town of Lee Vining, CA where he wrote and recorded his debut solo record “The Cat’s in the Saddle.” An album chock full of good ol’ American music, from heartwarming banjo ballads to full fledged barn burners. “Pass Me That Whiskey” is an irresistible campfire ballad. “Shadows” is a haunting banjo number while still maintaining an uplifting message. “The Ticket” is an upbeat number that tells the tale of an unfortunate stranger looking for direction. The story is told and then summed up with, “As the story goes, you never know, who’ll you’ll come across or where you’ll go. But there’s a little bit of comfort in the unknown and I think that’s a good state of mind.”
Now, based out of Santa Cruz, CA, Bobcat continues to tour both as a solo act and with the band Abalone Grey.
“In general, Bobcat’s stories are damn straight relatable and inspiring. If you don’t enjoy the album, you’re confused or you don’t have a soul. Regardless, the Bobcat is an artist worth supporting.” – Drew Fisher, Co-Founder, Lost Sierra Hoedown