About Bob

Bob Pyle lives in Ellicott City, MD. He is the founder of the Baltimore-Washington Songwriter's Association which has produced three compilation recordings. He has been a songwriter and performer for over twenty years. Bob usually plays his songs accompanied by banjo or with an old-timey band.

Bob’s CD Apples and Oranges has been played on over 100 radio stations world wide since its release in Summer 2004. This includes many stations in Europe and on the BBC in England. The CD was nominated for a WAMA (Washington Association of Music) award, and the song, “I’ve Been Restored,” has recently been developed into a national TV commercial for Farmers Insurance Co.. He has performed around the US at festivals and vegetarian conferences, including The Green Festival, AR 2005, and the Galax Fiddlers Convention. He also produces and performs at many fundraisers and benefits for vegetarian causes.

INTERVIEW (click here for full article)
"WE’RE GETTING TO KNOW YOU, BOB PYLE
(From Abolitionist-Online.com)
By Claudette Vaughan

Vegan/animal rights humour will keep us all sane. Having recently won Bob Pyle's latest CD called ‘Apples and Oranges' on 2RRR, the Sydney based animal rights radio show – we now can't get enough of him! Here's the man himself – funny, refreshing and very down-to-earth."

 

IN THE WORKS:

Bob Pyle is currently working on a documentary film project called "The First Vegan" It is about the life of Donald Watson, who coined the term "vegan" and invented the nonviolent lifestyle called veganism. Donald Watson lived in England and passed away two years ago at the age of 95.

Also in the works is a second animal rights music compilation due out in 2009 and a possible children's album of vegetarian songs. Bob always welcomes ideas and comments so please contact him with any suggestions.

 

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