While we’re busy writing some new music, we don’t want to disappear from the face of the planet.
Speaking of disappearing from the face of the planet…has anyone seen this? Some of the most spectacular abandoned places in the world. Incredibly interesting.
Anyway, I digress.
We’ve played a few shows, had a few laughs over the past few years and we wanted to share them. We were saving this for a rainy day. While (at least where we’re at) it’s not raining so much. In fact, we’re looking at about 8 inches of snow on the ground on our way to 10 or 12.
Speaking of which…I have seen more pictures of grocery stores and empty bread aisles in the past 24 hours than I can ever remember. Please, explain this craze to me.
I digress again…
Here’s a video of our song “Shy Away.” We recorded this song in Nashville at the SAE studios with our good friend Kyle Ferguson along with the help of Brett Baird. We knocked this thing out in about two days and had an absolute blast doing it. The trip and recording sessions also served as inspiration for our song “Nashville” which was later to be recorded for Too Far to Feel.
Anyway…enough dilly dally. Here it is. Enjoy and as usual, please feel free to share, but only if you like it.
Greetings Boto fans, new and longtime alike.
There’s been a lot of clamoring for some concert footage of the band performing on stage at Conseco Fieldhouse. If not for the video to serve as proof of actuality, that evening feels like nothing more than a dream. We’ve had a chance to go through some of the footage and have this to share with you.
Here are Robert, Andrew, Shawn, and Chris performing “Sometime Back in the ’70’s,” one of 13 new songs to be released later this summer on the band’s first full-length album entitled, “Too Far to Feel.”
Other post-show links round-up:
Photos courtesy of the Indianapolis Star
Show review courtesy of Nuvo
We cannot thank everyone enough for the outpouring of love and support we’ve gotten over the past couple weeks. Thank you to our longtime supporters, and allow me to officially welcome the many newcomers who heard us for the first time last Saturday. If you liked what you heard (and I’m going to take the liberty of assuming you did since you’ve made it this far), do us the huge favor of telling a friend or 10 about us. Remember, both of our EP’s are available for download absolutely free from our website. Pick them up if you haven’t already.
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We’re very excited to share with you some really big news from the Boto camp. We have been given the fantastic opportunity to open for the one and only Bob Seger as he and his Silver Bullet Band make a tour stop in Indianapolis next Saturday night, May7 at Conseco Fieldhouse.
It’s a thrill and an honor to share the stage with a rock and roll legend, and we’re proud to represent our great city and state in support of what we hope is a legendary night that’s just as memorable for all of you as it certainly will be for us.
Click here for more details and ticket info.