Bobby King (born July 28, 1944 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States) is an American gospel-style, R&B and soul singer. He formed a singing duo with Terry Evans in the early 1970s. Since 1973, King has sung on most Ry Cooder albums. He was also the lead backing vocalist in Bruce Springsteen's Human Touch tour band of 1992-93. The duo also undertook recording sessions with Bob Dylan, John Fogerty, Harrison Kerle and Boz Scaggs.
He has also released two solo albums, Bobby King (1981) and Love in the Fire (1984), and two albums with Terry Evans, Live and Let Live! (1988) and Rhythm, Blues, Soul & Grooves (1990). Lou Reed selected 'Live and Let Live! as one of his 'picks of 1989'.
- White, Adam (October 6, 1988). "Let Live: Bobby King : Review : Rolling Stone". Rolling Stone Reviews. Rolling Stone. Retrieved August 6, 2009.
- Jason Ankeny. "Bobby King". Allmusic. Retrieved November 12, 2011.
- Kirkpatrick, Rob (December 30, 2006). The words and music of Bruce Springsteen. Praeger Publishers. p. 123. ISBN 0-275-98938-0.
- ‹See Tfm›Love in the Fire (Media notes). Bobby King. Motown. 1984.
- Rolling Stone, March 8, 1990
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