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A Boy Named Sioux

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Growing up in a small town east of Phoenix, Arizona, singer/songwriter Robert Toner dreamed of big city stages and large, appreciative audiences. Drawing inspiration from country legends like Hank Williams, Jr. and Waylon Jennings, Toner began honing his own outlaw songwriting style and blue-collar narratives.

In March of 2007, production began on his first CD entitled, “The Next Big Thing”. Toner hired studio musicians that were able to capture his everyman, radio-friendly prose, and meld with it an edgy hard-rock attitude. Though originally used as his alias for karaoke, the name “Sioux” seemed to stick with Toner, from which the band’s name, “A Boy Named Sioux” was born. Professional and experienced, the band itself is a melting pot of musical styles and backgrounds.

“A Boy Named Sioux” wants their fans to experience the 1970’s outlaw movement all over again. Their music is about good times and great friends. “A Boy Named Sioux” doesn’t aim to be just another Nashville product, but to be a genuine band who writes and plays all their own songs. The spirit of all the great outlaw musicians lives on through their music.

“A Boy Named Sioux” is a hard-working band filled with talent and determination. They are equally proficient on stage or in the recording studio. With new, original material, and some well-covered classics continuously being added to their set list, they keep a fresh and current perspective on the ever-changing face of county-rock music.

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