After cutting his teeth in his hometown of Louisville, KY with his southern rock band Bolt Action Thrill, Dusty Bo packed up and moved the band to Los Angeles, CA, to become a regular name in the Hollywood/Sunset Strip rock scene.
Once his band parted ways, it was in 2017 when the edgy and powerful sound of Dusty Bo took to a solo career in the pursuit of exploring the terrain in which he expresses best. With influences such as Jimi Hendrix, AC/DC, and Led Zeppelin, he processes the heart of a lifer that shines through in his delivery.
Releasing a three-track EP to follow up the previously released ‘Vulture,’ Dusty Bo is coming to your sound waves with a project that revolves around themes of happiness and contentedness. 'Fox,' taps into the personal events of Dusty Bo as he brings forth content he aims to have his listeners relate to.
Through hues of nostalgic country-rock, the EP kicks off with the cognizant sound of “Words Don’t Mean Much.” In a turn of irony, we refocus our attention to the lyrical content despite the title suggesting the opposite of words on a broader spectrum. The minimalistic approach to the instrumentation leaves us grasping on to the sparsity of each guitar chord performed, as it backs what Dusty Bo has to say in an impactful manner. Displaying croons that comfort you as you place your emotional ventures in the hands of his inimitable resonance, you embrace yourself for the powerful soundscapes ready to be explored on 'Fox.'
Smooth with the intricate elements of instrumentation that trot through your mind, there’s a textured dimension that remains rather prevalent in Dusty Bo’s compassionate timbres. “The Red,” happens to be the second single released from the EP, and it carries on the theme of fears that overpower one on their mission to finding true happiness. Drowning in the slow tempo grooves that effortlessly take us on our way to comprehension, we admire the colossal components of musicality that are offered through this soundscape with impact