Bobby Brooks Wilson to perform at Old Town Dinner Theatre


Bobby Brooks Wilson, son of legendary R&B singer Jackie Wilson, will be performing at the Old

Town Dinner Theatre, located at the Pine Bluff Country Club, 1100 Country Club Lane, May 4.

Bobby is carrying his father’s legacy to a whole new generation of fans. He has

thrilled audiences on five continents by performing an energetic and high energy show every

time he steps onto the stage. Singing songs from his just released C.D., It’s About Time, along

with stylish renditions of the iconic hits popularized by his famous father and other timeless

songs, Bobby captures his audience with his lush vocals and smooth dance moves. Rarely do

audiences get to take a walk down memory lane as they do when they hear Bobby’s renditions

of Jackie Wilson’s most recognized songs. Bobby has come into his own as a highly acclaimed

performer and flawlessly blends all of this together in such way that when the show is over the

audience is shouting for encores.

“Some where up in ‘soul heaven’ the late great Jackie Wilson must be as proud as a peacock

over his long lost son, Bobby Brooks Wilson who through various reasons never knew his father.

Following in his father’s footsteps, Bobby who sounds uncannily like his pop releases the album,

It’s About Time. Overcoming personal tragedies that read like a work of fiction, Bobby sings

some of his father’s finest moments such as, I Got The Sweetest Feeling, Higher and Higher,

Lonely Teardrops and an amazing version of Otis Redding’s, I’ve Been Loving You Too Long.

Paul Nixon — Compiler of Cellarfull of Motown and Motown Anthologies

OTTC a not for profit organization sponsors monthly nationally acclaimed Dinner Theatre

Shows. Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m., show 7:30 p.m. The atmosphere is inviting, friendly and

welcoming. Moderate pricing for dinner and show are $45.00 per person which includes the

gratuities. The shows are geared for adults and older teenagers. The dress code at the club

is casual, but conservative when in doubt. It is dinning from fine to fun. For information call

(870) 535-2646 or visit our website www.pbdtheatre.com.