Since appearing on the Bell Telephone Hour in 1966 as a boy soprano singing cowboy songs with Hugh O’Brian and Eddy Arnold, Bob Fee has had a passion for Western Music, and a self-confessed soft spot in his heart for the performers that keep Western Music alive.
Bob grew up on a working cattle ranch in Southern Arizona and attended the University of Arizona. After serving as a Tucson police officer, National Park Ranger, and later with the Central Intelligence Agency, Bob came back to Tucson to settle down, practice law and occasionally sit on his porch and pick his guitar. Bob’s ranch outside of Tucson is a regular venue for Western performers throughout the year.
As a practicing attorney with over 25 years’ experience representing numerous entertainment and business clients, Bob has authored articles in entertainment and trade journals, including several articles in "The Western Way". After learning of the Western Music Association, Bob quickly became a member and volunteered his services to the Association’s officers and directors. At the request of former WMA President Jon Messenger, Bob became General Counsel to the Association and later served as one of the Association’s Vice Presidents. Whenever the WMA, one of its chapters or professional members is faced with a business or legal dilemma, Bob has been the singing cowboy’s "go-to guy". His unique blend of actual business experience and legal expertise enables him to continually resolve business and artistic problems in an innovative and successful manner.
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