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The Jodie Boys grew out of need to find a way for Bo Phillips to express the 100 and some odd songs he has written over the past 30 years. He is greatly inspired by his son, Willyum as he pursues guitar and songwriting. Bo's first experience in studio was with Dave Rust in Bloomington Indiana to produce a couple of tunes by his band The Skins way back when in 1984-85. From those sessions came "Reporter Girl", We Can't, and W.A.S.P. all of which are virtually impossible to find today. The Jodie Boys made their studio debut in May of 2010 at Workhorse Studios in Easley SC working with Wade Powell and Dave Rust who did a tremendous job, and their patience didn't hurt, helping Bo produce then solo works "RainDance", "Sing with Me" and "I Call You Buddy" (Written for Willyum). Bo and most of the people he plays with hang out in Greenville SC, but Dave Rust who engineered and played on" Sing with Me, Half a Man" and "RainDance" Still lives in Bloomington and they work via the internet. Close friend Leslie Smith and Bo are playing downtown some in Greenville doing many originals that they have dusted off from years gone by and some new songs as well. We all hope you enjoy The Jodie Boys!