"Gospel Favorites" - CD
Who am I, Standing of the Promises of God, On the
Jerico Road, Just a Little Talk with Jesus, Without Him, etc.
"Christmas Favorites" - CD -
White Christmas, Christmas Song, I Saw Mommy Kissin'
Santa Claus, Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer, Santa Claus Coming to
"Playing with Feel" - Bob's
Instructional Book w/ CD" - $25. Ten songs with Bob's arrangements.
Notes and tablature:
Stardust, Playing with Feel, Embraceable You, I'll See You In My Dreams,
Good-bye My Bluebell, etc.
- CD - $15
Playing with Feel, Copper Kettle, Deed I Do, Can't
Help Falling in Love, Bye Bye Blackbird, Getting Sentimental Over You,,,
To purchase any of the above call or write:
3804 Barberry Dr #I-7
Laurel, MS 39440
1995 and 1998, Bob Saxton won the prestigious Merle Travis Nation
June of 1983 Bob had the honor to play with Merle Travis for about four
and a half hours. He has some of that on cassette that money can't buy.
1959 he was lead guitarist for Gene Vincent, the guy that had "Be
Bop a Lula." He has also performed with Bobby Gentry and was a
guest star with Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey. He also had the blessing of
performing with Patsy Cline.
is an honorary member of the Chattanooga Thumbpickers. He has performed
at the Grand Ole Opry. He is also in the New York Country Music Hall of
Fame in Cortland.
has been blessed by God to perform with some of the mightiest, greatest
guitarists on the face of the earth. Respected by all for his gentle
nature and infinite guitar capabilities.
Bob Saxton is held in the highest regard
within the professional guitarists ranks. His knowledge of the
instrument is unsurpassed, and he plays a wide variety of music
including finger picking Chet and Merle tunes, and big band arrangements
as well. Those of us that regularly attend the CAAS (Chet Atkins
Appreciation Society) convention in Nashville each year need no
introduction to Bob. His fabulous guitar playing can be heard on
the main stages, Picker's Club Room, and vendor's room.
During Mr. Saxton's visits with the Ohio
Fingerstyle Guitar Club he has held the audience of
professional and amateur players spellbound for several hours.