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Interview with The Boom Chucka Boys

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THE BOOM CHUCKA BOYS have a knack for walking the fine line between many musical stylings. A whole lot of Country, with a splash of rock n’ roll. Then sprinkle in some gospel, and a little bit of soul. Heavily inspired by all eras of music, they pull from the likes of Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, CCR, The Band, Dwight Yoakam, Dierks Bentley, and the Zac Brown Band. Front man Ryan Langlois’ stage presence, showmanship and voice are one of a kind in today’s Country music landscape! Add to the mix Joel Rathjen on lead guitar, Teddy Roy Michaylow on bass, and Dave Grobe on the drums, and you have group of singers, songwriters, and showmen that are incredibly engaging, and entertaining. The band took shape in July of 2010. They began honing their musicianship, songwriting, and performance at any live venue that would lend them a stage. It didn’t take long for them to establish a reputation as a “band on the rise”! Then on a chilly night in January of 2011, CCMA award-winning Country artist Gord Bamford happened to walk in on them in the middle of a 3 set night. Before long a deal was made and The Boom Chucka Boys signed a record deal with Cache Entertainment. Their debut album - featuring their first single Find My Peace Of Mind - was produced by award-winning producer/songwriter Byron Hill in Nashville.

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