Boss’ Daughter have been know to have a little fun. Hailing from the Biggest Little City in the World, Reno, NV, Boss’ Daughter is Chris Fox (Guitar/Vocals/Trombone/Trumpet), Danny Paul (Bass/Vocals), and Jamie Locks (Drums/Vocals). Formed in 2014, Boss’ Daughter is one of the hardest working bands in the underground punk scene. They’ve played over 400 shows across six countries, with major headlining and underground acts like Rise Against, Pennywise, PEARS, Bridge City Sinners, Bad Cop/Bad Cop and festivals like The FEST (Gainesville, FL), Pouzza Fest (Montreal, CAN), Rock The Glock Fest (Muinich, GER), and many more.
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“We then headed over to Palomino for Boss’ Daughter. I’m never sure what to classify this band as, and that’s just fine with me. They’re part punk, part horn, part crust, but none of these titles really touch on where they are as a whole. Either way, the pool hall filled to the point that people had to corral themselves in between tables to catch a glimpse of the band’s amazing set.” – Kendra Sheetz, The Bad Copy
“Tonight’s recommendation is by a band from Reno, Nevada that I really want to see at THE FEST in a few weeks. Boss’ Daughter – Sleep was released in 2016. This EP is really awesome. Melodic punk rock with a lot of energy. I highly suggest you to check this one out if you haven’t heard from them. If their next full length sounds similar to these 5 songs, it’s going to be one hell of a record.
Ma recommandation de ce soir est d’un groupe de Reno au Nevada que j’espère réussir à voir au Fest dans quelques semaines. Boss’ Daughter – Sleep est sorti en 2016. Ce EP est vraiment bon. Du punk rock mélodique chargé d’énergie. Je vous suggère fortement l’écoute si vous ne connaissez pas ce groupe. Si leur prochain album sonne le moindrement comme ces 5 chansons, ça risque d’être de la grosse bombe. Enjoy!” – Guillaume Petrelli
“We just want to achieve maximum party time,” said drummer Jamie Locks, while holding a beer with one hand and trying to light Fox’s jeans on fire with the other.” – Reno News & Review