Chanteuse Country US née Phyllis Eileen Criner, le 13 septembre 1961 à Woodland (Californie).
Country-pop singer/songwriter Bobbie Cryner issued her honky tonk-flavored self-titled debut LP in 1993 to widespread critical acclaim, but when the record failed commercially, she was dropped by her label. Following a divorce and a battle with alcoholism, she returned in 1996 with Girl Of Your Dreams, a smoother, more sophisticated effort spotlighting Cryner's gift for singing — and writing — ballads.
Talents : Singer, Songwriter
Style musical : Country-Pop, Contemporary Country
Years in activity :
|06/1993||SP EPIC 7704434 (US)||Daddy Laid The Blues On Me|
|11/1993||SP EPIC 7719534 (US)||
He Feels Guilty
|05/1994||SP EPIC 7748734 (US)||
You Could Steal Me
|08/1993||CD SONY 53238 (US)||BOBBIE CRYNER - He Feels Guilty / Too Many Tears Too Late / Daddy Laid The Blues On Me / I Think It's Over Now / Leavin' Houston Blues / I Don't Care (with Dwight YOAKAM) / You Could Steal Me / I'm Through Waitin' On You / The One I Love The Most / This Heart Speaks For Itself|
|02/1996||CD MCA 11324 (US)||GIRL OF YOUR DREAMS - Son Of A Preacher Man / I Didn't Know My Own Strength / The Girl Of Your Dreams / Vision Of Loneliness / A Lesson In Leaving / You'd Think He'd Know Me Better / I Just Can't Stand To Be Unhappy / Nobody Leaves / Oh To Be The One / Just Say So|
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