Bobby Lord, a country music artist and former television show host, has died. He was 74.
Lord died Saturday at a Stuart hospital after struggling with a number of illnesses, said
his son, Rob Lord.
"He was an incredible father and a remarkably successful businessman, respected among his
peers as a musician," Rob Lord said.
The son of an auto mechanic who married his high school sweetheart, Bobby Lord produced
hits that included "Without Your Love," "Life Can Have Meaning,"
"You and Me Against the World" and "Wake Me Up Early in the Morning."
He was a member of Nashville's Grand Ole Opry and had his own syndicated
television show beginning in 1965, the "Bobby Lord Show."
"He was a man who was never impressed with himself and others were always impressed with
him," Rob Lord said.
Bobby Lord is survived by his wife Mozelle and three children.
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