His real name is Bobby Estell and he was born April 2, 1980.
obby Bones has broken records, ruffled feathers and changed the expectations for country music DJ’s across the country.
After moving his highly successful show from Austin to Nashville, Bobby Bones quickly became one of the most popular and controversial DJ’s in country music history.
His pop-culture infused banter and modern spin on the air gained him high praise and even higher listenership.
Shortly after Clear Channel took his morning show nationwide, it became the biggest country music radio show in the mornings, with an audience of nearly 3 million listeners.
Throughout the All for Love tour, he feuded with Ralph Tresvant and cut in on Tresvant's lead vocals.
In 1996, Brown rejoined the group for New Edition's comeback album, Home Again.
Anyway, aside from the fact that they dated, which is interesting in and of itself, Bobby’s reaction to the whole thing is quite revealing as well.
In his 2008 biography, Bobby Brown: The Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing But, Derrick Handspike, the author, writes about Bobby’s drug use over the years.“Bobby has sold drugs before, so he always knew the effect they could have on you.
The group's hits with Brown included "Candy Girl," "Cool It Now," and "Mr.