Overview: Though originally used as an alias for karaoke, the name “Sioux” seemed to stick with Robert Toner, the lead singer, 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. Only two months after this diverse six-piece completed their debut CD, “The Next Big Thing”, they performed their first show at “Alice Cooperstown” in Phoenix, Arizona. Shortly thereafter in June, they were asked to open a show down in Tucson, Arizona for one of Arizona’s most popular, independent touring bands, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers. Two weeks later and a little further north in Flagstaff, “A Boy Named Sioux” gave their first-ever radio interview and received airplay of their CD, “The Next Big Thing”. Later that night, they opened their second Roger Clyne show, and began developing their grassroots following of loyal fans. All of this has propelled "A Boy Named SIOUX" to the forefront of Arizona's Southern Country Rock music s Artist Site
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