Bill Bois

[ bassist ] [ songwriter ]

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On October 27, 2017, Bill said, "I support medical marijuana, but I'm secretly hoping my doctor prescribes medical single malt scotch."

Bill Bois is a bassist and songwriter based in Nashville, TN. He has played with jump jive cats Eight O'Five Jive, renown blues artists The Andy T - Nick Nixon Band, blues singers Markey Blue and Mississippi Millie, blues band Wild Animal, country artist J.C. Andersen, country singer J.D. Shelburne, and Scottish "Celticana" singer/violinist Laura McGhee.

Bill also plays recording sessions and live performances with many other artists in the area, and is the creative force behind the studio project X Takes The Square.


Upcoming Shows


Brown's DinerNashville, TN


Brown's DinerNashville, TN


Frist Center for the Visual Arts CaféNashville, TN


Brown's DinerNashville, TN


Brown's DinerNashville, TN


Swing Set Wins Album Of The Year

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Eight O'Five Jive won two Nashville Industry Music Awards. As a a group, they won Best Blues Band, and their second CD, Swing Set, won Album Of The Year. In celebration and to give back, Eight O'Five Jive will donate all the proceeds of both its albu.... (Details)

Eight O'Five Jive Nominated For Two NIMAs

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Eight O'Five Jive's second CD, Swing Set, has been nominated as Album Of The Year by the Nashville Industry Music Awards, and the band has also been nominated in the Best Blues Band category. These are the band's seventh and eighth NIMA nominations a.... (Details)

Eight O'Five Jive Releases 2nd Album

Friday, January 27, 2017

Red Rudy Too Tunes is proud to announce the release of Eight O'Five Jive's Swing Set, their sophomore release, on January 27, 2017. Recorded at The Jive Hive in Nashville, TN and produced by the band, Swing Set features 10 originals plus a creative r.... (Details)

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