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Though Bob Schneider has lived all over the world, he considers Austin, Texas, home and the feeling is mutual because over his 15-year career, he has become one of the city’s most-beloved artists. Now a successful solo artist, he first got his start fronting bands like Joe Rockhead, The Scabs and Ugly Americans, who were actually tapped to open for Dave Matthews Band and the now-defunct H.O.R.D.E. Festival. When Schneider struck out on his own, he garnered national attention for his first two albums, 2001’s Lonelyland and 2004’s I’m Good Now, thanks in part to “Bullets” and “The World Exploded Into Love” being featured on soundtracks for movies like Miss Congeniality and Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood, respectively. (Coincidence or correlation, but at the time, Schneider happened to be dating actress Sandra Bullock, who starred in both films.)
In total, Schneider has released 16 studio albums, many of which are filled with melodic tomes about the highs and low of love. “40 Days (Like Romeo And Juliet)” off the troubadour’s 2009 album Lovely Creatures is especially romantic in the way Schneider lyrically longs for a happy ending to a tumultuous relationship. “Lovely Creatures finds Bob Schneider doing what he does best: ruminating over failed relationships, courting new ones, and bitching his baritone vocals over a mixed bag of pop/rock, folk, and mambo arrangements,” noted AllMusic.com in a glowing review of the album. Schneider’s latest release is 2013’s Burden Of Proof.
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