Boochie Shepherd
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Boochie Shepherd

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The best kept secret in music


"Brighton, England (Apr 2, 2006)"

"...Sounds like Alice in Chains having a boxing match with Pearl Jam and knocking them out in round three after a nasty clash of heads when working to the body...." - Paul Steel

"Madison, Wisconsin (Apr 27, 2006)"

"Great vocal! How refreshing to hear a great singer. I love this voice. Very, very nice... I could listen to this guy sing all night long..." -

"Auburn, AL (Apr 27, 2006)"

"My compliments to the lyric-writer and the vocalist; both were amazing. The lyrics were interesting, they made sense, they were poetic...reminded me slightly of Rufus Wainwright...just fantastic." - Marc Goff

"The Brad Montague Show (Oct 15, 2005)"

"Your music is like the hulk crashing through a daycare center and eating all the graham crackers while the little dumb kids can only stare and watch. If you are in a band that happens to be on the bill with Boochie Shepherd someday, just pack up and go home because the humiliation will be all-encompassing and shameful. Them dudes is that good." - Brad Montague


- Boochie Shepherd (Self Titled Debut)
- Demo 2006 (featuring the radio hits "Perfect Little World" and "All the King's Horses.")

Boochie Shepherd is currently featured in the Roots Music Report as one of the Top 50 artist in the world alongside such notables as Jack Johnson, Neil Young, and Nickel Creek and currently have 2 songs on the Top 50.


Feeling a bit camera shy


They shouldn't rock, but they do. And music fans across the southeast are getting the idea: Boochie Shepherd is for real.

Perfect arrangements, walls of guitars, and desperate vocals all combine with the kind of songwriting that makes you remember who you are, long for who you used to be, and wonder about what you will become; lyrics that search below the surface to resurrect feelings that most of us try to ignore. The music can be incredibly aggressive, yet apologetic; reserved, but totally revealing. Sales of their self-titled, debut album are proof enough that the songs are undeniable.

Boochie Shepherd's dueling electric guitars and driving, pulsing rhythm section compliment layers of raw, acoustic instruments and tight harmonies, creating an awe-inspiring live show.

They are not typical. Nobody with this kind of sound is typical.

This is not the band you see at the local club. They embody the opposite of that ideal. They are anti-rock, but at the same time they are the very essence of what rock is all about. They are real people. They are not rock stars. Casting off the idea that music can only be played in smoky clubs and drunken bars, Boochie Shepherd holds to a standard that few, if any, bands cling to. And people still listen, the fan base still grows with every show, and the CDs still sell; because the music is that good.

With youth and determination on their side, Boochie Shepherd is poised to be around for a very, very long time.