- Lobo was/is an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America
- Lobo's first solo recording "Happy Days in New York City" was a song about the Mets winning the world series in 69. This is the only record released as Kent LaVoie.
- Gypsy And The Midnight Ghost. "The midnight ghost was a train that carried freight across the country. It traveled at night when the tracks were not heavily traveled, thus the name. Lobo read about it somewhere and thus the song."
- The writing credits for "Afterglow" list an S. Lobo. The S. Lobo was actually a woman, an Indian named Shyla Lobo who sent Lobo the song which he rewrote.
- Bull Smith Can't Dance The Cotton Eyed Joes was written by Lobo and his brother Roger LaVoie.
- Lobo's favorite songs are "Don't Expect Me To Be Your Friend", "One And The Same Thing", "I'm The Only One" and "There Ain't No Way".
- Lobo says his best vocal performance was on the song "Faithful".
- The videos for the Laser Disc "Golden Hits" were taped on an island south of Bangkok and in a hotel in Bangkok.
- On the back cover of the "Just A Singer" album the little girl on Lobo's lap is his daughter McKenna, who sings a duet with him on the Classic Hits album track "No Secrets".
- Lobo is one of the few artist to have a new release spanning 5 decades. Starting in 1964 with his first release with The Sugar Beats up to his new album in 2000. He's had new music released in the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000. This just proves the longevity of his music.
- The song "I'd Love You To Want Me" was written about a school boys crush on his teacher.
- What kind of guitar does Lobo use?
"My guitar was and still is a 1968 Martin D-18. It was used on all my hits. On the road I use a Takamine , I don't even know the model number cause it is just a tool, the martin is my Guitar.
By the way I bought it on time because I told myself if I had a good guitar I would write more songs. It worked."
- Despite what you may read on some CD liner notes, Lobo was born in Tallahassee, Florida, not New Orleans.
- Some web sites have stated that Lobo was the lead singer for the Royal Guardsman, the group who did the Snoopy songs in the late 60's. The fact is, Barry Winslow did allot of the lead vocals for the Snoopy songs although, Lobo did co-produce tracks for Barry's solo effort, which never went any where. Lobo was not a member of The Royal Guardsman.
- The song "Asian Moon", originally titled "Mexico Moon", was recorded with at least 7 different chorus':
"Asian Moon" - "Bombay Moon" - "Singapore Moon" - "Hong Kong Moon" - "Bangkok Moon" - "Jakarta Moon" - "Malaysia Moon".
- The song "Love Me, Love Me, Love" was not recorded by Lobo but was written and recorded by Canadian singer/songwriter Frank Mills.
- Lobo is ranked #87 of the Top 200 Adult Contemporary Artist from 1961 to 1993.
- Lobo's biggest hit on the Adult Contemporary Music Chart was "Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love". It was #1 for 2 weeks and stayed on the chart for 20 weeks. His top 3 hits were "Where Were You When I Was Falling In Love", "Me And You And A Dog Named Boo" and "Don't Expect Me To Be Your Friend".
- Some fans have been writing concerning Lobo records they are finding from Europe. Specifically "Lobo's Gospel Show", "Caribbean Disco Show", "Caribbean Carnival" and "Soca Calypso Party". These are not by "Lobo". Some are by an 1980's European artist going by the name of Lobo. The others are by a recent European artist using the name Lobo. "Lobo" has recorded his own version of "Caribbean Disco Show" it can be found on the latest "Very Best Of Lobo" CD Released in April of 2001. This is the first time "Lobo's" version has been released.
- On Lobo's first album in the U.S. "Introducing Lobo", stock photo's were used for the cover because they needed to get the album out fast due to "Boo" becoming such a big hit. Lobo is not pictured on either the front or back of the cover.
More facts will be posted as I get them. So keep checking back!