Drawing on a variety of genres and his diverse work as a session and touring guitarist, Bones Owens makes eclectic alternative roots rock as a solo artist. After years as a working musician/songwriter in Nashville, Bones released his first EP ‘Hurt No One’ in 2014.  Owens then served as guitarist to Mikky Ekko and Yelawolf before releasing his second EP, Make Me No King, in 2017. In March 2018, he released the single, "Keep It Close". It was streamed over a million times before the end of the year, which also saw him contribute performances to Carrie Underwood's album Cry Pretty and tour with Reignwolf. “Keep it Close” found a home on Spotify’s "Rockin’ Vibes", “Swagger", "Blues & Roots Rock", and "Pure Rock & Roll" playlists and has now been streamed over 4 million times. Follow-up single “White Lines”, released in September, was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist and has over 1.5 million streams to date. Bones kicked off 2019 with a 4-month tour supporting Whiskey Myers, and also saw songs “Keep it Close”, “White Lines”, and “Long, Long, Time” used on Fox Sports NFL Playoff and NASCAR coverage. Owens recently signed with Thirty Tigers, and will enter the studio this summer to record his debut LP, set to release summer of 2020.