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July 11, 2021

The Interview #58 | Bob Tallman - Painting Pictures w/ Words

The Interview #58 | Bob Tallman - Painting Pictures w/ Words

Known as "the voice of professional rodeo", Bob Tallman joins Craig Weinberg on the show to talk about Bob's history in rodeo and how he sees the world today. Valuing each moment and cherishing it is part of what makes his commentary so captivating.

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Bob Tallman

His voice is heard and his image is seen by more than 30 million people across the country each year. He entertains and informs more than 3 million fans a year in Texas alone. From rodeo circuits to national commercials to regional charity events, his is the voice people recognize and trust. He is Bob Tallman and our Bobby T.

Bob Tallman’s resonance and style has become synonymous with professional rodeo. He has been voted Professional Rodeo Cowboy’s Association announcer of the year 12 times and was named a Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Legend in 2020. He has been selected to announce the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas more than any other announcer in history. His ability to educate people about the spirit of the west has earned him the distinguished honor of being inducted into several Hall of Fames that include The Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association, The National Cowboy Hall of Fame, The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Bull Riders Hall of Fame.

His greatest honor is using what he calls his “priceless gift from God” to capture the attention of a crowd of thousands or touch one person’s life with his unmistakable timbre. Whether doling out cowboy philosophy and spinning descriptive vocabulary to a packed arena, his authentic personality and genuine work ethic shine through. In the year 2000 he launched a long-term campaign and established a 501(C)3 charity to operate Bob Tallman’s Charities. His annual golf tournament is held in Houston and its theme of “Give a Child Another Day of Life and Prevent a Cowboy from Catastrophic Injuries” benefits The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Pediatric Programs and the J. Pat Evans Research Foundation.

It is ranching, however, that captures his heart, as he manages hundreds of acres of flowing grass that make up 3T Ranch where he lives with his wife Kristen in Poolville, Texas. There he raises his herd of Angus cows and calves on organically fertilized grass and some of the purest water streaming through the Ogalalla Aquifer. Providing quality beef to his friends and family is a passion . . . making sure you get it too is a goal.