Bobby McGrath is a contemporary country music singer-songwriter who lives in New York City and performs throughout the Northeast with his band “The Brothers”. Growing up in a small town outside of Albany, NY, rock, blues, folk and soul formed the foundation of Bobby’s musical upbringing. His parents, both lifelong musicians, kept the house filled with instruments and from an early age Bobby was singing and playing guitar in his own blues band. However, it was an early passion for songwriting that his parents instilled in him that eventually led him to country music and the identifiable story-telling that marks the genre. After graduating college Bobby moved to New York City and began making trips to Nashville. Linking up with producer Russell Wolff and members of Martina McBride’s band, Bobby recorded his self-titled debut EP in 2013. The impressive range of Bobby’s songwriting ability is on full display in his debut EP release. With a true-to-life feel that hits home with his rapidly growing fan base, Bobby’s sound and style is modern yet at times reminiscent of country music of the 90s. Fueled by a recent performance on NBC's TODAY Show and having already packed venues such as Highline Ballroom (opening for Frankie Ballard, #1 hit "Helluva Life") and The Cutting Room in New York City, The Hard Rock Cafe in Boston and The Tin Rooster at Turning Stone Casino in Upstate New York, Bobby is excited to continue to increase his live schedule.