Booking

Venues

Bo is an Americana & Country artist who plays at a variety of venues throughout the United States, particularly in Colorado, Montana, and Texas but is always looking to expand his footprint. For more information about booking a live show for your bar, restaurant, or venue email info@bodepenamusic.com or fill out the contact form.

Private Events

Bo would love to make your special day even more amazing with his music. Bo draws from the legends and his own experiences to delight fans with thoughtful lyrics and high energy shows that keep people dancing and singing the whole night through! Learn more or contact now.

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Contact Form

Bo DePeña’s shows are full of stories and laughs. His energy keeps fans dancing and singing along the whole night through!

Bo gladly plays at bars, breweries, rodeos, honky tonks, and private events. Get in touch today!

 
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Press

“Bo DePena’s latest CD release, “Montana Sky”, is a fine collection of toe-tapping Americana and Country tunes that will leave any listener with a huge smile on their face and clamoring for more.”
— Greg Shutlz, KGNU (Boulder)
“‘Montana Sky’ is full of accessible, catchy, and timeless tunes, penned and performed with road-tested confidence.”
— Zach Zimmerman, KHOL (Jackson Hole, WY)
“If you don’t have the opportunity to see Bo DePeña live, Montana Sky is the next best thing. This album takes you on one of Larry McMurtry’s cattle drives, travelling from southern skies to big country, the long way. You’ll feel something in his songs- be that love, heartache, redemption or revelry. Montana Sky brings the sound of old country to life in today’s studio. The production is fantastic. The title track, Montana Sky, suggests reverberated sound into emptiness.

DePeña’s lyrics meld southern soul from his Laredo roots with optimism and ambition from the open road. I highly recommend leaving Denver for the day and getting lost with Montana Sky. Listen to it alone on a country road or entertaining guests at your next dinner party; it makes everything better. A little bit sad, a little bit sassy and all country.”
— Nicole DeMarco, KWUF (Pagosa Springs)