Robert E. Goldstone

Born on March 11, 1949

Departed on July 3, 2016 and resided in Pegram, TN

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Robert Emmett Goldstone (Bob) unexpectedly left this world on Sunday, July 3, 2016 in a bicycle accident near his home.  He was born March 11, 1949 in Los Angeles, Ca.  Bob is preceded in death by his parents Dorothy Hotze and Henry Goldstone Jr. of San Francisco, Ca., and survived by his beautiful loving wife Tami McDowell-Goldstone, daughter Emma Bright McDowell, sister Joy Anne Baker (Gregg), brother Hank Hotze (Mary Pat), step brothers Phil and Frank McGinn, and countless nieces and nephews.

Bob was a longtime music industry veteran beginning his career at Budget Tapes and Records. He also worked with Capricorn Records, IRS Records, Mercury/Lost Highway Records, Eminent Records, Tower Records , and for the past decade a partner of and Sr. V.P. of Sales with Thirty Tigers, Nashville, TN.  He was a member of Leadership Music (Class of  2009).  Bob was an avid outdoorsman - Double Black Diamond Skier , Tennis player, Golfer,  and Beachcomber.

A gathering celebrating the “Soundtrack of Bob’s Life” will be held at The Farm in Pegram,TN.  Saturday, July 9, 2016, beginning at  3p.m. til 7 p.m.

Bob was happiest on the farm spending time with his family, friends, dogs and goats, always listening to music, and playing along with his upright bass.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to W.O. Smith School of Music, Nashville, TN. and Music Cares, Nashville, TN.

2 Comments to Mr. Robert E. Goldstone

  1. Lyndie Wenner
    July 6, 2016 6:41 pm

    Brother Bob, I will miss seeing you, laughing with you, and trying to figure out the mysteries of life with you on your front porch, by the fire pit, at the beach, and on our deck. Now you have the answers. I’ll be listening for you in the music of everyday life. Godspeed until we meet again….(I got your back with Tami and Emma)

  2. Scott Colley
    July 7, 2016 4:41 pm

    Bob, I very much enjoyed working with you all these years but much more important to me was the friendship we shared and our love of family, music, golf, the beach and as King George sang, cold beer conversation. You will be greatly missed my friend.

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