Robert O'Neil "Bob" Forest is a famous musician with his work with bands of Los Angeles and bicycle monsters and bicycle thieves. Forrest, former pharmaceutical drug addicts, has been working for years as a recovery advocate and the co-founder of the Alo House Recovery Center will help overcome addiction. The forest welcomes the podcasts called Roab Bob and "Dr. Drew" and "this life". The forest is director of the program dependent on the former chemistry of Las Encinas Hospital. In 2010, he and co-founder Shelly Sprague started the Hollywood recovery services. In September 2006, he announced his first solo album, modern folkloric and blues on Wednesday. It is also a medicinal advisor that appears with Draw Pinsky Drew Pins (Drew Pinsky) in a source of celebrity rehabilitation and a cool house. He donated the song "Moonshiner" to a person who is not an original band. at MTZ_MT!
|Birth name||Robert O'Neil Forrest|
|Born||February 15, 1961, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, keyboards, mandolin|
|Associated acts||Thelonious Monster, The Bicycle Thief|
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American singer-turned-addiction counselor best known for his work in the band Thelonious Monster and his apperances on VH1's Celebrity Rehab.
He performed with Red Hot Chili Peppers in the mid-80's.
He was a severe drug addict who turned his life around by becoming an addiction counselor.
He has a son.
He has appeared alongside Dr. Drew Pinsky on the VH1 reality show Celebrity Rehab.
Latest information about Bob Forrest updated on May 27 2021.