“It’s always a joy to host Bobby Flores and The Yellow Rose Band, both for me and for my audience.  He and his fellows are some of the best musicians around, and they know how to put on a show!  Our audience loved every minute, and showed it with two standing ovations.-”
- Jeffrey Brown, Executive Director, Playhouse 2000 and The Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center For the Performing Arts
Claud Jacobs - representative for the Charity Concert Series benefiting the Bluebonnet Youth Ranch, Victoria Lion's Club and the Victoria College says,
"Bobby Flores is an amazing talent and to hear him and his band in a Concert setting is a must. From country to rock, to classical  you wont be disappointed!"
"Bobby Flores is a fan favorite at the Farris Theatre in Richmond, Missouri. He's a great draw to our historic venue, and our audience clamors for return performances!
- Sara Seidel, Executive Director, Farris Theatre, Richmond, Missouri

about

Photo by C.A. Cash, SHOT-IN-TEXAS
Bobby is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, arranger / producer / composer, and first call session musician. He’s recorded and performed on stage with Ray Price, Willie Nelson, Johnny Bush, and Doug Sahm, to name a few. In 2002 he received a Grammy Award for his string and brass arrangements and violin performances on Freddy Fender’s CD, “La Musica de Baldemar Huerta”. He studied music theory and classical violin at Trinity University under the late Dominic Saltarelli, jazz guitar with Jackie King, and classical guitar with David Underwood.

Bobby's recent featured performances on the new Tru-Country show, (aired on the RFD TV channel) and the Midwest Country Opry have been bringing in rave reviews from Country Music lovers everywhere! Check your local listings for info.

He has performed on Austin City Limits, The Grand Ole Opry, TNN Prime Time, numerous Willie Nelson 4th of July Picnics, and at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He was featured on the "Stars Over Texas" show on CMT, along with Vince Gill and Dolly Parton. His performance credits and discography can be found on the Studio pages, and his schedule can be viewed on the Shows page. There are clips and photos available on this site. Bobby also has a number of violin and guitar students.

Awards & Nominations to Date:
September 21, 2019
Nominee, Josie Music Awards
"Traditional Country Entertainer of the Year"
Traditional Country Male Vocalist of the Year"
Traditional Country Male Artist of the Year
Music Producer of the Year
"Management Company of the Year"
(R.D. Music productions)


September 8, 2018
Winner, Josie Music Awards
"Traditional/Classic Country Male Artist of the Year,
Entertainer of the Year"


March 15, 2018
Winner, Will Rogers AWA Awards
"Western Swing Male"

September 2017
Inductee
Independent Country Music Hall of Fame

September 2016
Winner, Josie Award
"Traditional/Classic Country
Male Artist of The Year"


August 2016
Inductee
Northwest Western Swing Society Hall Of Fame

July 11, 2015
Inductee
Texas Western Swing Hall Of Fame

February 2015
Winner, Ameripolitan Music Awards
"Western Swing Male"

October 2015
Inductee
Country Music Association of Texas

October 2014
Nominee
Texas State Artist - "State Musician of the Year"

October 2014
Inductee
Country Music Association of Texas Hall of Fame

February 2014
Nominee
Ameripolitan Awards - "Western Swing Male"

January 2014
Winner
Cowtown Society of Western Music Living Heroes
"Heroes of Western Swing" Award

2010 - 2014
Recipient
Texas Commission on the Arts Grant for Non-Profit Groups

October 2013
Inductee
Western Swing Society Hall Of Fame

September 2010
Recipient
Governor Rick Perry Congratulatory Award
Recognition for 40 Years in the music industry for
Western Swing & Honky-Tonk

2009
Swingin' West Top 10 Western Swing Single for
"Are You Teasing Me"

Nominee
Academy of Western Artists for
"Traditional Country Album
Eleven Roses"


2007
Inductee
Southern Legends of Entertainment Hall of Fame

Inductee
Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame

Composed the original music score
"The Ballad of Esequiel Hernandez"
Produced by Heyoka Pictures based on the documentary
nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award
in Outstanding Journalism. It took top spot for Best Documentary
Mexico City Film Festival
Santa Fe Film Festival
National Independent Film Festival
El Paso Festival (2008)

2005
"The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada"
starring Tommy Lee Jones
Soundtrack featured Bobby's cut of
"I Wonder Who'll Turn Out the Lights"

2004
Academy of Western Artists for
"Western Swing Instrumentalist of the Year"

Terry Award
Winner
"Fiddle Player of the Year"

3rd Coast Music
"Male Artist of the Year"

Swingin' West Album of the Year
"Just For the Record"

Take Country Back
"Top 10 Album of the Year"

Academy of Western Artists Will Rogers Award for
"Western Swing Instrumentalist of the Year"

2002
GRAMMY AWARD
Freddy Fender's CD, "La Musica de Baldemar Huerta"
(String and Brass Arrangements
Violin Performances)