https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n9prNixjbg Bobby Osborne is trying to find his way back to the lakeside home where he first heard "Rocky Top," the song that would define his career as one half of the Osborne Brothers, one of bluegrass' most popular and innovative groups. "I think this was a big open field when I moved here," Bobby says about the Nashville suburb we are currently driving through. The GPS guides us off a busy road and into a serene neighborhood. "This is the street, I guess," he says. "They lived at a dead end. I bet it's probably not there no more." The lakeside house once belonged to the legendary songwriting couple Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. It's still there, but the dead end has become a cul-de-sac. Bobby stares out the car...
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At 86, Bobby Osborne Doesn't Intend To Quit Singing Anytime Soon