Bobby Angel

bobby angel

Howdy music fans,

My name is Bobby Angel and I am a singer/songwriter who composes odes to the water, and nature. Join my around the campfire to find out more, or feel free to visit my stand-alone website, too.

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Bobby Angel Campfire

Ballad of a Florida Panther
Engineer and panther forge a lasting bond

How to you make a road safe …

for the panthers (and other animals) that cross it?

Bobby Angel is a troubadour of the Nature Folk Movement (NFM)

In this Bobby Angel standard, the singer/songwriter recounts the story of a transportation engineer named Krista who was called in to help prevent panthers from getting hit by vehicles on the Tamiami Trail. It’s one of the swamp’s most scenic roads, but also one that crossing wildlife often finds itself in harms way. At some point the song veers off into fantasy with the transportation planner and panther escaping into nature and forging a relationship for life — but is it fantasy, really, or just how life should really be? To answer that question, you’ll have to watch the video and judge for yourself.

Be sure to stay on after the song to hear an interview with Bobby Angel about the song. Topics discussed include an exclusive inside scoop on the making of the smash hit, including never before revealed details on his first sighting of (what he thought initially) was a “large dog,” why they used to be more rare than seeing Ivory-billed woodpeckers, the movie magic of he videos opening scene, and how the use of silhouettes really make the video pop.

Concert at Lake Flirt
And why the water fall never went away

Lake Flirt vanished long ago …

Or is it still there, hiding in plain sight?

Firelight Radio is available on Apple Podcasts and Podbean

Join singer/songwriter Bobby Angel around the campfire at the banks of Old Lake Flirt where through a series of campfire crackles, singing and storytelling — and one or two special guest — Lake Flirt (and the old rapid run) magically comes back to life. Really, that’s what a Bobby Angel Campfires is all about: Getting back to discussing how things once were, are now and may somehow in the future turn out; and most of all having a conversation with nature.

Find out more about Bobby Angel at his website.

Concert on the beach
Just after sunset

A campfire on the beach …

May be the perfect combo.

Find out more about Bobby Angel at his website at bobbyangel.org

Especially just after a beautiful sunset over the water. Bobby Angel brings it on this campfire concert. His three song set includes (1) There Goes Bob Three, (2) Marsha Marsha and (3) X Marks The Spot. What makes a Bobby Angel campfire special? Maybe it’s that he does more talking about the songs than actually singing them. Or maybe it’s that he brings the campfire experience straight to you in the comfort of your own home. Or maybe it’s his intense strumming ability. The truth is about Bobby Angel, nobody really knows other than there’s worse places to be than on the beach by the campfire with a nature folk balladeer.

Concert at Lake Flirt
And why the water fall never went away

Lake Flirt vanished long ago …

Or is it still there, hiding in plain sight?

Firelight Radio is available on Apple Podcasts and Podbean

Join singer/songwriter Bobby Angel around the campfire at the banks of Old Lake Flirt where through a series of campfire crackles, singing and storytelling — and one or two special guest — Lake Flirt (and the old rapid run) magically comes back to life. Really, that’s what a Bobby Angel Campfires is all about: Getting back to discussing how things once were, are now and may somehow in the future turn out; and most of all having a conversation with nature.

Find out more about Bobby Angel at his website.

Rangerin’ Campfire
With Singer/Songwriter Bobby Angel

There’s a saying that …

Meteorologists are on the front line of communicating science.

A Bobby Angel campfire event

Well, when it comes to protecting the Great American Outdoors, Park Service Rangers are at the front line of protecting the animals and trees. How so? Whether it’s an issue of visitor safety or an alligator in distress, VRP Rangers (better known as Visitor and Resource Protection Rangers) are the first to know, and the first on scene. If you’re a sabal palm tree feeling all alone — fear not: a park service ranger has your back. And if your a visitor in distress — a VRP is never far away. Bottom line: When it comes to protecting nature and visitors getting a taste of the Great Outdoors, there is no friendlier face or more awesome a responsibility than what a National Park Service Ranger does every day. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being there!

Signed,

Animals, plants and visitors