His style has been described as "acoustic based songs with electronic beats and noises in the background (..) and other types of cross genre music.His live shows are known for improvisation [and] audience involvement".while his father received instruction from noted vocal teachers.It led to a marginal existence as “my parents had this big plan, but my dad just didn’t have the voice". I try not to make myself look like a big dick, which I can be in real life. And then I book kind of bigger shows on the weekend. And I also try to make myself look good so people will like me.
It’s pretty suspicious and makes Randall someone shady to me. John, is the same age as Randall, making one wonder how he met her exactly. John, exclusively tells In Touch magazine that Bryan and Paris dated for the past two-and-a-half years and had just broken up when he started dating Sandra this summer. “He’s a free spirit who doesn’t care about money or Hollywood.” “Sandra went into the relationship worried about getting her heart broken again, but she’s learning to trust Bryan,” an insider tells In Touch. She sounds the happiest I’ve ever heard her.” “We love Bryan, he’ll always be our family till the very end. [From In Touch Weekly] I get the impression that there was overlap and that this guy dumped his young girlfriend once he had Bullock on the hook.
He’s been doing the frontman thing a long time, kicking off the 1990s by packing Austin clubs with Joe Rockhead, then moving through a major label mess with Ugly Americans, taking nasty funk to a new level with the Scabs, and then capping the decade with the release of the best-selling album in Waterloo Record’s history with “Lonelyland” in 1999. ” he said, to which Schneider said, “yeah, but slow it down just a bit.” Less than a minute later, they were onstage doing it.
Twenty years after Rockhead made his name, Schneider’s a man in search of new thrills. After the show ended at midnight, Schneider stepped out the back door to let the night air cool his sweat.
On this particular Friday night, Austin singer/songwriter/bandleader Bob Schneider has a big show in Dallas at the House of Blues, where about 1,000 fans have bought tickets to dance and sing along to such songs as “40 Dogs (Romeo and Juliet)” and “Tarantula” that sound written by two different people. Even when his white Lexus SUV crawls through roadwork on I-35 just past Waco, there’s no sense of worry that he might be late for a show that’s sold ,000 worth of tickets.
It is a big payday at a prominent venue and yet Schneider doesn’t leave Austin until 6 p.m. “We’re right on schedule,” he said, as he scrolled his i Phone looking for songs he recently recorded with producer Dwight Baker.