Bob Mack's early career may have read like a country song as he
was a coal miner, a truck driver and oil station operator. But with
all those jobs, he still found the time to make some hillbilly music.
Bob was a versatile musician, adept on the electric Spanish guitar,
bass fiddle, rhythm guitar and harmonica. In mid-1951, he was
packing them at the Old Bear Inn in Momence, IL.
Credits & Sources
- Country Song Roundup No. 12, June 1951, Charlton Publishing Corp.,