Bobby Sanchez, leader and founder of the "Bobby Sanchez Combo" out of San Diego, performs locally and in the Southwest region of the United States. With the help of some talented musicians, each with their own impressive backgrounds, "Bobby Sanchez Combo" has quickly gained the reputation of being a crowd pleaser. Mix up the great vocal energy and impressive piano ability of Bobby Sanchez, add the upright bass playin of Steven Brundege, and chase it with the drum playin of Robert Sheehan. That's when you've flat out got something because "Bobby Sanchez Combo" revives the sound of early rock and roll music. Raw performances with energy and chemistry. No two performances are EVER the same.
There's nothing like a full dance floor, the band firing on all eight cylinders, and everybody having a great time. Great shows occur when the band and the audience become one.
Early Rock and Roll, Rockabilly, Swing.
Many great artists to learn from.
Feb 7 Welk Theater Private
Feb 23 Encinitas Elks
March Welk FUTL Tuesdays
April Welk FUTL Tuesdays
May Welk FUTL Tuesdays
May 11 Gator by the Bay 545pm
June Welk FUTL Tuesdays
June 2 Private Bday Bash
July Welk FUTL Tuesdays
Sept 15 Ramona Oaks Concert
"Fans of 1950s-styled music wont want to miss The Bobby Sanchez Combo. Billed as premium rockabilly
Sanchez's quartet lives up to the tag with an authentic sound that also takes in R&B, country and early rock n roll.
The groups impressive set list includes classics from the
likes of Jerry Lee Lewis and Lloyd Price, as well as more
modern bands like The Texas Tornados, adding up to a night
out thats perfect for swing dancers or music history buffs alike."
Bart Mendoza-Beach and Bay Press. San Diego, CA.
"National City hasn't seen a band like this in forty years...this IS rock n roll!
Brian Clapper-President, National City Lions club. National City, CA.
"Hands down the best 50's rock n roll band in Yuma.
Armando-Activity Director, Country Roads Resort Yuma, AZ.
"It's worth the trip from Calgary to hear this kind of 50's rock n roll."
Walter-traveller who saw BSC at a festival.
"Bobby plays it the way we heard it in high school. Like they used to say good beat, easy to dance to"
Barb Alred-High School Class of 1958.
Just got a shout out from a DJ in Australia, has a rockabilly radio show, and he really liked my original music.