Bob released his first solo piano CD, "In New Orleans", just six months after Katrina.
"When I first came to New Orleans in 1974, I rounded Lee Circle hoping to find a statue to one of my favorite singers, Lee Dorsey. After getting over that disappointment, I eventually found him welding Cadillacs". The CD contains one of Lee's lesser known songs, along with other New Orleans standards from Chris Kenner and Ernie K. Doe, and a nod to the King of New Orleans Jazz, Satchmo. There are also great piano blues songs from Roosevelt Sykes and Jimmy Witherspoon as well as the closing song from Hank Williams' catalogue.