Bobbie Lynne Hosfeldt-Ward started singing at age three. She performed her very first solo on KNTV Channel 11 in San Jose. Her performance of "Edelweiss" in her middle school spring concert drew attention and she began to sing with the gospel choir, commencing formal voice lessons at the age of fourteen.
Bobbie was crowned California Miss in 1977 and Miss Santa Clara County in 1981. She opened for headlining artists at the Santa Clara County Fair and was spotted by an agent. She trained under acclaimed voice instructors Judy Davis who taught Barbara Streisand and Seth Riggs, teacher to Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez, and Natalie Cole. Bobbie's training allows her to sing everything from opera, light opera, pop, country, and jazz.
Bobbie Ward has opened for Bob Hope, Lee Greenwood, and Merle Haggard. She sang for President Ronald Reagan and was asked to be a permanent cast member on The Lawrence Welk Show. Ward has recorded two albums, a country album recorded in Nashville and a compilation of her favorite genres of music: on which she wrote lyrics and music.
Bobbie is married to singer and actor Geoffrey Ward. They have two children; both of whom are talented singers and actors.
She has been teaching voice for seventeen years and considers seeing her students perform one of her greatest joys in life.