Bob Plunkert is a man with a bright future in this business. Whether he chooses to remain part time or to immerse himself in it for his full-fledged living, you can rest assured that hell be making some very special music and conducting himself on and off the stage with the highest degree of professionalism.
Eddie Stubbs, WSM Grand Ole Opry Announcer, Nashville, Tennessee
In an era of imitations and sound a likes, there comes a refreshing change to the world of country
music. Bob Plunkert has gained respect and popularity in performing traditional country musica genre of music featured by few but requested by many.
Traditional influence from artists such as Ricky Skaggs, Ray Price, George Jones and Johnny Bush is evident in Bobs music. Thanks to a background in country, bluegrass and gospel, the format featured by Bob and the band has become a favorite at fairs and conventions. Dancers have come to appreciate the blend of two-stepping shuffles along with traditional country ballads. Bob and the band have shared the stage with national artists such as: MARTINA
MCBRIDE, PATTY LOVELESS, JEAN SHEPARD, JEANNIE
SEELY, JIM ED BROWN, STEVE HALL & SHOTGUN RED, CHARLIE
LOUVIN, STONEWALL JACKSON, BILL ANDERSON, VAN
HOWARD, BUDDY EMMONS, RONNIE
MCDOWELL, GEORGE HAMILTON IV, JUSTIN TREVINO, DIAMOND RIO, GENE
HOWARD, JOHN ANDERSON, SHENANDOAH, RHETT AKINS, JEFF CARSON,
JAKE OWEN, BARBARA FAIRCHILD, MIKE SNIDER, JACK
GREENE, HELEN CORNELIUS, TONY BOOTH and others!!
addition to fronting the group, Bob contributes
lead vocals, bass, banjo
and acoustic guitar to the show.
Prior to forming the Real Country Band,
Bob studied 5-string banjo with Tom
Adams?-time IBMA banjo instrumentalist of the
year and former member of Jimmy Martin’s Sunny
Mountain Boys and the Johnson Mountain Boys.
In 1994, Bob formed the group ‘Real
Country?and has since enjoyed a large and
loyal group of fans that have embraced the
traditional country music featured by Bob and
In October 2001, Bob released a
self-produced solo recording project entitled Your
In October 2004, he released a new
recording produced in Nashville TN by Grand Ole
Opry Announcer Eddie Stubbs; entitled Something
In addition to a busy show schedule in
Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and surrounding
states, the success of Something Called
happiness has made it possible for Bob to
appear on the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree in
Nashville TN and various venues throughout
In 2005 the new release appeared on the
Kickin?Cuts music charts, as published in
Country Music People Magazine ?a London,