Bob Wayne quit school at an early age and ended up becoming a roadie for Hank Williams III. It was there that he started
writing some Outlaw Country songs of his own. While on the
road, Hank and his band noticed that Bob’s songs weren’t too
bad, not too bad at all. Soon after, Andy Gibson (Hank’s steel
guitar player) and Joe Buck (Hank’s upright bass player) invited Bob to Nashville to record his debut release, Blood To Dust.
It wasn’t long after Blood To Dust was recorded that Hank III
asked Bob to open up for him as main support for a U.S. Tour.
Since then Bob has been touring the world almost non-stop
only taking short breaks to record new music from time to time,
before returning to the place he calls home, the open road.