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“Boy Named Sioux Their website sums them up as "outlaw country n south west rock," but they also work in elements of mainstream country, Southern rock and even Jimmy Buffett (on a song about "those pretty little pirate pants"). ”
“So, they say the holidays are a time for family, for friends, for gratitude. Well, okay, then. Here's something we're grateful for: Our local bands who contribute to the ever-developing Valley culture. For example, there's A Boy Named Sioux, Rob Toner's lauded outlaw country band. The band's celebrating local culture this weekend with a holiday throwdown and encourages Valley residents to give the gift of homemade original music. Perhaps a copy of Simple Life, the band's sophomore album, released in September. "I think with this show, we just want to let people know that there are other options outside of the country-pop, cover-tune music scene that dominates out here," says Toner. "There are a lot of super-talented original bands in this town that deserve some attention. A lot of folks get hung up on the thought process that if it isn't on the radio, it isn't good. So, we're here to prove that mindset wrong."”
“Since hearing the band I have been a huge fan, the unique sound that emanates from the eclectic mix of instruments sets apart the harmony of the voices and leaves an imprint in my ears… [they] immediately captured first, second and third spots on the station’s top ten…”
“Having listened to and evaluated over 10,000 CD’s since the start of my profession as an executive producer of music award shows, I can tell you honestly that I am totally impressed with a Boy Named SIOUX. Their musical style is unique, as is their songwriting skill. They have managed to cross the best of Rock and Country into one cohesive sound.”
“A Boy Named SIOUX is an experience like none other. Anyone who says that Southern rock has grown uninspired or has died obviously hasn’t gotten a chance to see these guys live. Its music that’s enjoyable for everyone from the Everyday Joe to the Music Savant! ”