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Robert Alan Wright

August 5, 1950November 18, 2020

Robert Alan Wright was born on August 5, 1950 and passed away on November 18, 2020 and is under the care of Covell Funeral Home.

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Kenneth Chubb

November 24, 2020

Sad news indeed to hear of Bob's passing. It was always good to catch up with
Bob including hearing about his Steel player Hall of Fame induction. Bob, Dave Drake (Drums), and I Played in the early 80's in a band named Brightwood Fire. We successfully played as a trio, but Bobby made it work by playing the parts of three people; Lead Guitar, Pedal Steel, and Fiddle. He did all of that while singing any lead vocal or harmony part required. Fans always loved to see him carry the trio and tear up the fiddle as we did " Devil went down to Georgia", then turn around and sing them "Faded Love". It just seems wrong to to loose a man with such a wonderful talent and such a big heart. Enjoy your wings brother Bob, Ken

william charbonneau

November 22, 2020

Still reeling from the bad news, Bob and I had a band together years ago, he was one of the best musicians to work with. Was hoping to get back together and do some picking. Sometimes life doesn't go the way we planned. Sending My Thoughts @ Prayers to Bob's Family. RIP my Friend. Bill Charbonneau.

Cody Stewart

November 20, 2020

Bobby and I became very close the last several years. He's made a tremendous impact on my life in many ways. I loved him like a father and will miss him dearly. Rest easy Bob.

scott wikle

November 19, 2020

Bobby was a member of my band "Lonesome Fugitive" for several years and played all our road and out of state shows. He was a multi talented musician and singer. He played lead and steel guitar, fiddle, dobro and had a very pure tenor voice. He sang harmony and lead with ease. I knew Bobby for almost 30 years but he was always in demand playing with several different bands so he did not join my group until much later. He sure did know his Country Music too. We spent a lot of time trying to stump each other on songs. It was an honor to call him my friend and share the stage with him. My sincere condolences and prayers to Bobby's family and friends. May he Rest In Peace.

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