Bob Baldori

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Bob Baldori
Also known as Boogie Bob
Born 1943 (age 73–74)
Genres Rock, blues, boogie
Occupation(s) Musician, attorney
Years active 1964-present
Associated acts The Woolies

Bob Baldori (born 1943), also known as "Boogie Bob", is an American rock, blues, and boogie musician and attorney. He plays the guitar, piano, harmonica and piano.[1]

Baldori founded the rock band The Woolies in 1964; the group had a national hit in 1966 with Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?". He has also pursued a solo career, performing in venues all over the country, and recording a 1994 solo album. He started working with Chuck Berry in 1966 at Lake Lansing, Michigan and subsequently recorded two albums with Berry. He has also worked with and performed with Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Tom Rush, Luther Allison, Del Shannon, John Hammond, Hubert Sumlin and Bo Diddley; most recently, he has toured and recorded with Bob Seeley.

In addition to recording and performing his own material, Baldori operates his own recording studio, and has produced and engineered over 200 albums. He wrote and starred in the rock musical Almost Famous, with productions in Chicago, Toronto and in Michigan.

As an entertainment law attorney, Baldori represents many performers including Hubert Sumlin and Chuck Berry.

He lives in Okemos, Michigan with his family.

Partial discography[edit]

  • Basic Rock (The Woolies, 1971)
  • Live at Lizards (1973)
  • Who Do You Love (1994)
  • Boogie Stomp! (with Bob Seeley, 2006)


  1. ^ "Bob Baldori | Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-11-08. 

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