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Summary of Bare Bones by Bobby Bones | Includes Analysis

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Summary of Bare Bones by Bobby Bones | Includes Analysis

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In his memoir Bare Bones: I'm Not Lonely If You're Reading This Book, country music radio personality Bobby Bones, whose birth name is Bobby Estell, looks back on his life so far. Bobby, who was 36 at the time of its 2016 publication, reflects on his successful and storied career, which has spanned three radio stations. He also explains how his difficult childhood has had an ambivalent legacy in his adult life: It has fueled his near-superhuman work ethic and severely stunted his personal relationships.

Bobby was raised by his mother and grandmother in Mountain Pine, a tiny, impoverished town in rural Arkansas. Pam Hurt, his mother, was just 16 when he was born. She was always unreliable because of two related problems: She was an alcoholic, and she had trouble keeping a job. Her family's food insecurity led her to use food stamps and steal food from the grocery store.

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I listen to Bobby every morning

I was glad to see the person who I hear on the radio everyday in and writing books. I heard parts of tattoo man on his show and wanted to hear about others who he inspired. I watched America's got talent just to see him mentor the singers. I listen to him when I am driving my bus for special needs kids. They are older and have there ear phones in playing there games on there phones.
I will buy and listen to his book because I find him an interesting character. His coworkers delightful. Especially Amy I am a religious person and find lunch box over the top. He is a man so excited about having baby yet acts like a child himself his wife must have her hands full.
I love the banter between all of the people on the show.
I do not find it strange that Bobby refers to his coworkers his friends. Especially with the time he spends with them.
I pray he finds someone he can share his success with. He appears to be a very loving person.
Whom ever he finds will be blessed to learn about his deep love not only for his dog but for his work.