Originally from New Jersey, Bobby France began his musical journey at age 8, playing the drums. In high school Bobby decided to make the switch to guitar. His first high school band already had two guitarists so Bobby moved to the frontman spot having sung in church for many years.
While in high school, Bobby met Shem Von Schroeck. Shem's father, Artie, was a very established musician and with the recording studio in their house, Bobby got a close-up look at the writing and recording side of the business. Artie (who even wrote a song recorded by Frank Sinatra) and Shem (who went on to become a nationally recognized bassist) were major influences in Bobby's choice of career.

Bobby's first serious band was Cracked Actor, which became Arc Angel. Arc Angel toured the east coast, recorded in New York, Scranton, Louisville and Philadelphia, opened for many national acts and was voted one of the best unsigned acts in the country. Arc Angel's recording highlight was working with James Kottak (Kingdom Come, Scorpions) Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple) and Alan Greenwood (Foreigner) as producers.

On stage, Bobby developed quite the reputation for his high energy, high risk shows. After numerous showcases for record companies and a spec deal with Atlantic Records that fell through, the band split up. Bobby made his way to Florida joining a group of very talented A-circuit veterans including Dean Aicher, who played guitar on the new album, and called themselves Little Tramp.  After several years of touring the southeast U.S., Bobby decided to get off the road and settle in Orlando.
Bobby formed 2 AM with guitarist Mark Carter as a duo, playing the central Florida area. 2 AM grew with additions of Randy Hibbard on the drums and Rick Jorgenson on bass. Even though 2 AM is primarily a cover band, Bobby has never lost his passion for original music. Partnering with longtime friend Rob Huth, Bobby is pursuing his dream of making a solo cd. Bobby has chosen songs he has written over the past ten years for this eclectic musical experience. He hopes you like it.