Bobby Bare's THE MOON WAS BLUE is being rereleased on blue vinyl. Originally released on compact disc in 2005, Bobby Bare’s THE MOON WAS BLUE was his first album of new material in over two decades and is produced by his son, indie rock and Bloodshot recording artist Bobby Bare Jr., along with Mark Nevers (Lampchop, Calexico). The father-son collaboration has resulted in a progressive country album, rooted in a 70's retro tradition. Now, at 71, Bare's voice is as strong as ever. Backed by distorted guitars, horns and background singers, he continues to push the envelope on country music. With Cash and Waylon now gone, Bare Sr. remains one of the last original "outlaws" of country music. Take a moment to get reacquainted with this GRAMMY award-winning icon.