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David Boone

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*We are currently in London producing David’s upcoming release, so please only contact us via email until after September 27th, 2011.  Thank you!

Peter Horton
David Boone Music



Knows No Boundaries

Montana Songwriter David Boone knows no boundaries. For over a decade now, Boone has continued to amaze with his ability to stay open and raw while simultaneously challenging new sounds and styles – song after song, album after album.  Having always expressed the importance of diversity within his music, the songwriter has fallen into the rhythm of releasing both broken down folk albums and carefully crafted rock albums together within a matter of months from each other.  Having independently released no less than 10 works of original material, his prodigious output doesn’t come at the expense of quality songwriting, as Boone seems to innately recognize how to develop music for the different idioms.   His two forthcoming projects have gained national/international attention by acclaimed producers, and he’s just getting started.

In 2009 Boone began to see his career expand nationally at a remarkable rate, as his most recent release State of the Union received extensive attention, charting on College Music Journal stations across the country.  He simultaneously landed opportunities to draft custom scores for a Honda commercial to be released in Fall 2010, and for a feature film entitled Beautiful Wave which is now in production.  Throughout his career, the Montana native has shared the stage with numerous national acts, including Martin Sexton, Josh Ritter, Emmy Lou Harris, Lyle Lovett, and Colin Hay.

In fall of 2010, Boone embarked on the largest project of his career, beginning a full-length documentary entitled History: The making of a folk album.  The film will feature his original material as it is developed and recorded in historical locations through Montana.  For the album, History, Boone has been developing the material with fellow Montanan, producer/engineer Toby Scott (Bruce Springsteen’s Devils and Dust, Seeger Sessions, Ghost of Tom Joad).

Simultaneously, Boone will be completing the most complex album of his career, Here’s to Losing Control.  The project will feature an epic collaboration of Boone’s most raucous, moving music to date, backed by many of the region’s finest musical minds.  In February 2011, Boone will travel to the UK to finish HTLC alongside famed producer/engineer, Danton Supple (Coldplay’s X And Y, A Rush Of Blood To The Head).  The album is scheduled for release in fall of 2011.

Artist Bio

With a solid foot in the tradition of storytelling, David Boone effortlessly straddles the fence between folk and rock, without ever compromising originality or authenticity.  One listen to Boone and you know he’s the real deal, his solo material stemming from the lineage of Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Bruce Springsteen, while his more produced material evokes the forward-looking spirit of folk artists such as David Gray, Coldplay, and Wilco. It’s David’s honesty, his transparency, that makes his work shine. Seeing Boone live is like stepping right into his personal diary where he openly explores doubts, beliefs, spirituality & romance with the weight that each deserves.   Sometimes humorous, sometimes philosophical, but always relevant, Boone is like poetry put to music–a true voice for the modern, wandering & wondering soul.