Welcome and thanks for taking a few minutes to learn about Boothill Express.
Hailing from Ocean County, NJ. Formed in the summer of 2004. Having played over six-hundred plus shows since their arrival to the Jersey Shore. The band consists of six seasoned Jersey Shore Musicians, including past members from many remembered Jersey Bands. Boothill plays the Great Southern Rock classics, including material from The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Clapton, SRV, Eagles, Dave Mason, The Outlaws and the Eagles just to name a few!

This band has the ability to maintain those strong guitar licks, double leads, slide guitar and powerful four part vocal harmonies. You'll hear all the Boothill standards like Sweet Home Alabama, Gimme Three Steps, Can't You See, Ramblin Man, One Way Out and Midnight Rider. Boothill has four strong lead voices to handle the vocals required to emulate the original artists. So if you love Southern Rock, you'll have to out and experience "Boothill"

Back in 2004 the Jersey Shore got its first exposure to this Southern Rock cover band playing everything from the Allman Brothers Band to ZZ Top. This Band can perform as a tribute band covering The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd, they even play Led Zeppelin and Janis Joplin if you ask them. Their sound is reminiscent of the many artists covered and offer the crowd a great mix of musical choices. These days, Boothill has moved away from being a total Southern Rock band and added a mix of Classic rock to offer a more dynamic crowd catching sound.

What is it that makes up Boothill Express? It's a combination of four voices in this band lead by Scott, Eric, Peter, Dave and Lee all whom can sing, which offers endless possibilites. Dave's drumming and Peter's wondrous keyboard & vocals and Eric's Killer Lead Guitar & Slide as well as Bobby's Lead and rhythm guitar work show the amazing talent and musicianship of Boothill. Let's not forget the other important aspect of Boothill Express, the band has a sound that is very reminiscent of a late 1960's, early 1970's and 80's American Rock Bands struggling to make an impact on America's music fans. The best thing about Boothill, it's all here at the Jersey Shore!