Mix Engineer

Bob Bullock began his career in Los Angeles training under legends such as Humberto Gatica, Reggie Dozier, Barney Perkins, Roy Haley and Roger Nichols. He quickly rose to the top of his field working with acts including The Tubes, Art Garfunkel, Seals and Crofts, Crazy Horse, Chic Corea and REO Speedwagon. While working for Kenny Rogers at Lionshare Recording Studio, Bob was approached by legendary producer Jimmy Bowen to engineer for Warner Bros. Records in Nashville resulting in his move to Music City.

Bullock’s engineering credits while living in Nashville boasts over fifty gold and platinum albums, including Shania Twain, Reba McEntire, George Strait, Tanya Tucker, Patty Loveless, George Jones, John Anderson, Hank Williams Jr., Jimmy Buffet and Steve Wariner.

For Example:

“California Turnaround” (Bill Labounty)

“Hearts, Diamonds, Spades” (Ron Wallace)

“Just Enough” (Cheyenne Goss)

“Leave Me Behind” (Annette Larson)

“Love Simplified” (Brett Ryan)

“Cut Me Loose” (Slider)