Bob Millspaugh is a singer/songwriter who has the passion & voice as well as the guts, of a Johnny Cash and Cat Stevens combined. In a sense, he got his start singing the National Anthem at the Los Angeles Forum for a championship boxing match some years back, as well as being coached along by his gospel singing mother as a boy. Since then he has performed at the Verizon Amphitheater, the Anaheim Convention Center, and numerous other coffee houses, retreat centers, and other venues. Though he has a strong passion for music of faith (shown in his written works) he also demonstrates proficiency in singing songs by other artists, creating his unique style within them: Brother Iz, Neil Young, Cat Stevens, Johnny Cash, U2, and Jack Johnson to name a few. Bob has received much joy in performing in jails and prisons too. In his words,'Singing songs of hope and change to convicts is about as good as it gets!' He has been receiving regular air-play on radio stations in California, Hawaii, Texas, Idaho, and Georgia. Bob has recorded CD's in English and one in Spanish. In fact, Bob lived in Costa Rica, Central America for four years, in which one of his songs made it to the #3 spot on local radio in the capital, San Jose. He considers himself very blessed as he makes a living doing what he loves to do, thus what he is called to do. This gift of music, definitely instilled by the Lord, is beginning to shine brighter and broader, while crossing over into a variety of genres, he continues to share his inspirational lyrics of faith and purpose in a transforming way that is capturing the hearts of many. Some have even equated him with "Cinderella Man" because he has a way of restoring hope in the lives of others.