Bob 'Tunda' Hupp is a nationally known singer, songwriter, entertainer, comedian, music historian, and national recording artist from Norfolk, Nebraska. He started playing professionally at the age of fourteen.
He has appeared on national television shows including Dick Clark's American Bandstand, Cleveland's Upbeat, and New York's Scene 70. He has also appeared on numerous local Rock & Roll television shows.
Bob Hupp was inducted into the Nebraska Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1993, the Iowa Hall of Fame in 2007 and the South Dakota Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Recording with The Smoke Ring at the legendary Sam Phillips Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee and on the Buddah Records label, Hupp's recordings have ranked in the National Top 100 Charts, and have also ranked in the Top 10 on many regional charts.
Bob Hupp's fifty-one year musical career includes personal appearances with a host of artists including The Smoke Ring, Rufus Thomas, The Everly Brothers, Freddy Fender, Jimmy Dickens, Tammy Wynette, Dave Duddley, Alabama, The Ides of March, The Shangri-Las, Ray Price, Buddy Rich, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chubby Checker, Tiny Tim, Chicago, Grand Funk Railroad, The Guess Who, The Blue Magoos, Ted Nugent, REO Speedwagon, .38 Special, The Beach Boys, and many more.
Bob Hupp entertains audiences with a mix of Old Rock & Roll, 50's & 60's Classics, Country, Contemporary, and Old Standards performed on the piano, guitar, harmonica, organ and banjo.
His unique blend of humor, anecdotes and live music continues to be a favorite of crowds ranging from a few hundred to forty thousand. The Bob "Tunda" Hupp Show offers something for everyone.