Rich Mahan smiles when he sings. And it's not just because the songs on the
Nashville artist's freewheeling solo debut Blame Bobby Bare are laced with ribald
humor and 101-Ââ€proof wisdom.
The biggest reason for the guitarist/singer-Ââ€songwriter's ear-Ââ€to-Ââ€ear grin is that his
album features several musicians he listened to growing up in St. Louis and Los
Angeles. Music City legends like harmonica master P.T. Gazell who played for years