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  1. Bob Wray is a studio musician and bass guitarist who moved to Muscle Shoals from Memphis after playing in Travis Wammack's touring band for several years.

  2. www.namm.org › library › oral-historyBob Wray | NAMM.org

    15 de jul. de 2015 · Oral History Information. Bob Wray remembers the day he was sitting in the Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama when Clarence Carter outlined the next song he was ready to cut. Bob was to play guitar on the song, which was “Patches.”.

  3. Bob Wray remembers the day he was sitting in the Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama when Clarence Carter outlined the next song he was ready to cut. Bob was to play guitar on the song, which was “Patches.”

  4. The owners of OSS are Andrew Sorrell and Bob Wray, Andrew being a ten-pound sponsored English migrant who moved as a young man to Australia in 1969 and was the first employee of OSS Melbourne in 1972.

  5. 4 de may. de 2016 · Bob Wray started playing upright bass when he was in the 7th grade. During high school he kept playing upright, but also got into electric bass. While playing in a local Wisconsin band Bob met Travis Wammack.

  6. Managing Director at CC Capital Advisors, Inc. · Specialties: Banking / Financial Services<br>Mergers and Acquisitions<br>Corporate/Contract Law · Experience: CC Capital Advisors f/k/a...

  7. 7 de feb. de 2017 · Bob Wray was honored last week at the Hall of Fame for his accomplishments as a session bass player. Watch this interview by radio veteran Sherry Clark St.John and hear some of Bob's stories. See less.