Bill Bois

[ bassist ] [ songwriter ]

 
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On February 06, 2017, Bill said, "I can't furrow my brow any more than I already have. Working on furrowing other body parts."


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Eight O'Five Jive - Too Many Men

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Too Many Men, the first album from Eight O'Five Jive, has been nominated for both the Blue Blast Music Awards New Artist Debut Album and Nashville Industry Music Awards Album Of The Year.

"Revivalists? Retro? Forget it. This music just turns timeless. Recommended!" - Moors Magazine

 

X Takes The Square - Goddess Of Cool

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Goddess Of Cool features 13 songs, a Beatles cover, 18 musicians, 23 guitars, a dulcimer, various lengths of steel pipe, 9 chanting monks, 4 divas and a dentist. Think Garbage and No Doubt thrown into a blender with a pinch of Nirvana, The Chemical Brothers and Sublime.

 

Psycho - Studio Recordings 1982 - 1986

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Welfare Records has released a compilation of the 45 songs my early hardcore punk band Psycho recorded between 1982 and 1986. Available on either one CD or a two LP set, the set includes the 8-Song EP, the 6-Song EP, Son of 8-Song EP, the Hosebags from Hell LP, a few compilations tracks and 11 previously unreleased demos.

 

Bill Bois - The Catalyst Soundtrack

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I provided the music for the solitaire computer game Catalyst, released by Lost Luggage Studios.

The music is vaguely new age, somewhat smooth jazz but mostly electronica. I tried to make it simultaneously soothing and uplifting. This digital EP features longer versions of the songs and a bonus track.

 

Seasons Of The Wolf - Once In A Blue Moon

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I play bass on two tracks, "In The Shadows" and "Alien Landscapes" on the fourth SOTW full-length album. Featuring the unique roller-coaster-from-hell SOTW sound with some new twists that will turn some heads and break necks.

 

Various Artists - Pride: A Tribute to U2

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My former band, Swallowed, plays a unique version of U2's "Mysterious Ways." Complete with backwards drums and my wah-wah 8-string bass, the band accentuates the song's eastern feel.

 

J.C. Andersen - When The Tide Rolls In

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The debut album from J.C. Andersen features the title track which earned him a spot on the Next GAC Star. Curtis Ross, Pop Music Critic for the Tampa Tribune, says, "Andersen has the looks and voice for Music City stardom. His debut ia a slick mix of ballads and line-step naturals."

 

 

 
"I myself am made entirely of flaws, stitched together with good intentions." - Augusten Burroughs


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background photo by Leigh Ann Edmonds