Robert Reynolds from "Rock Raiders" stars in the CMT reality series.

Robert Reynolds is a founding member of Grammy Award-winning country music band, The Mavericks. He plays bass, writes songs, and produces. His side projects over the years have included Swag and The Hillbilly All-Stars. He is also a member of Kevin Montgomery and the Roadtrippers.

Founded in 1989 in Miami, Florida, The Mavericks recorded six studio albums between 1991 and 2003, in addition to charting 14 singles on the Billboard country charts. The band's highest-peaking American single was 1996's "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down," a collaboration with accordionist Flaco Jiménez. After the band split up in 2003, Reynolds released two solo EPs: "Audrey in a Dream" and "The Wintersky Works." He also co-founded a "sort-of-supergroup" called Swag with Jerry Dale McFadden, releasing the album "Catchall." In addition, Reynolds has performed with fellow member Paul Deakin in various groups. The Mavericks recently reunited and went on tour in 2012.

Reynolds co-owns the music memorabilia shop, The Rock-n-Roll Pitstop, with Stephen Shutts.


Wife: Trisha Yearwood (5/21/1994 - 10/5/1999, divorced)

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