Bobby Comstock

60s

Bobby Comstock (December 28, Ithaca, New York) is American rock & roll guitarist and singer. Along with The Counts, Bobby Comstock, enjoyed considerable success not only in the Central New York area but nationally as well. His highest charter was a teen-oriented adaptation of Patti Page's Tennessee Waltz performed as a 4/4 rocker instead of a waltz, which he followed with a similar rock & roll treatment of Hank Williams' Jambalaya. Let's Stomp is a dance song similar to Ray Charles' What'd I Say, and Your Boyfriend's Back is an answer to the well-known hit by the Angels. Comstock continues rockin' the oldies with an interpretation of Gogi Grant's The Wayward Wind and apes Elvis Presley on Jealous Fool. Later in the '60s, Comstock met the British Invasion head-on with a tribute to the Beatles titled The Beatle Bounce and an energetic cover of the Searchers' Ain't That Just Like Me. Originally waxed for labels such as Blaze, Atlantic, Jubilee, Lawn, Mohawk, and Triumph. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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