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Bonepony's debut CD, Stomp Revival, was released by Capitol Records in June of 1995. Soon after, the band leapt on tour with such venerable acts as Crosby, Stills & Nash, Rusted Root, Wide Spread Panic and Santana. In the summer of 1996, they played for more than half a million people while on tour with Bob Seger. "It was incredible to share the stage with a legend", Scott said, "I kept thinking about all the times I had listened to those songs while I was growing up."

But their relationship with Capitol Records was not as memorable and the band left the label while working on their second CD. The band locked themselves away in a lake house in rural Tennessee for most of the following winter and released Traveler's Companion in April of 1999. The record was picked up by Americana radio stations across the country and charted for most of the summer, reaching #15.

Bonepony's touring strategy changed for their second release. This time instead of short opening sets for established bands, they would sweat it out in the clubs, playing a nearly four hour set most of the time. The band also concentrated on colleges, playing schools close to their hometown like Western Kentucky, University of Tennessee, and University of Virginia. Music festivals became a vital showcase for Bonepony and they were asked to perform at Farm Aid, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, the Kentucky Bourbon Festival and many others. "We just like to play music," said Nick, "Wherever people get together, that's where we want to be."

Bonepony released their latest CD, Funhouse, on December 31st 2000. A live CD, it was recorded primarily in their hometown of Nashville. Like Traveler's Companion, it was packaged in industrial HEMP. Environmental issues are important to the band, so alternative packaging for their CD was a priority. "We want to leave as light a footprint as we can", states Tramp.

Bonepony plans to continue touring and recording in 2002, seeing new places and playing their brand of stomp music for people everywhere

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