Bobby Huff grew up in Alexandria, Indiana and started playing drums at the age of eight. Throughout middle and high school, he played on various custom records and jingles in the Indianapolis area. Upon graduating high school, Bobby moved to Nashville and enrolled in the Music Business program at Belmont University.
A versatile producer, musician and songwriter, Bobby has production and writing credits on some of today's biggest names in the music business, such as 3 Doors Down, Papa Roach, Drowning Pool, Atom Smash, Shinedown, Halestorm, Mayday Parade, Jason Castro, Simple Plan, Cavo, Capra, Electric Touch and Saliva. Bobby has also secured multiple cuts overseas.
Bobby produced a full-length project for Crowded House's Tim Finn, which spawned the song "Winter Light," featured in the worldwide blockbuster film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. In addition, Bobby has produced Jordan McCoy for Bad Boy Records and has worked as a musician and producer on a variety of Los Angeles and Nashville based projects ranging from Heart and Journey to Blackhawk.