December 1, 1970
St Roberts, Missouri
|Alma mater||Southwest Baptist University|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
Robert Bacon (born December 1, 1970) is a country music artist and songwriter based in Nashville. He is known for music composition, audio recording, and musical theatre, film, and event management. His latest independent single, “DRINKIN’ THINKIN’”, is airing nationwide on country radio music through CDX Nashville and the official music video is now available to watch on Youtube. Bacon gained a significant following in November 2021 after the release of “What Christmas Means to Me”.
Early life and education
Bacon was born in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, on an army base camp. He completed his bachelor's degree in business administration and management from Southwest Baptist University in 1995. He is instilled with patriotic feelings for his country due to his family's military background.
He grew up listening to country legends, including Loretta Lynn, The Statler Brothers, The Oak Ridge Boys and George Jones. In 1989, he developed an interest in pursuing a career as a music artist while listening to the compositions of Alan Jackson and George Strait on a drive from Missouri to Illinois.
Bacon began performing as a musical artist at fairs, festivals, events and open mic nights. He soon became famous in the St. Louis area. He also worked as a model with Sears and JCPenney and did several TV commercials and music videos.
Currently, his single, "DRINKIN’ THINKIN’”, is airing nationwide on country radio through CDX Nashville. This is his first single after the release of his holiday track, "What Christmas Mean to Me," in November 2021, which appeared in over 50 Spotify playlists and has over a quarter of a million views on YouTube.
- 2022: DRINKIN’ THINKIN’
- 2021: What Christmas Means to Me
Bacon got married to Jessica in 2011. He is a father to his stepdaughter Lauren and son Tylor Bacon, a marine veteran.
In the media
- "Robert Bacon interview and latest single, Drinkin' Thinkin' | 921News". 921news. 17 February 2022. Retrieved 14 September 2022.