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Bo Jenkins’s music is a combination of blues, country and rock. Bo was raised were music was a part of everyone’s life; however, it wasn’t until later in his career that he began to play blues. He felt that it actually came rather naturally to him – ‘It was in my blood all along, I just wasn’t aware of it’.

Since coming to Australia, Bo has released his first CD, titled Razorback Road, which is a mixture of his musical talents. The CD is a combination of rock ‘n’ roll, blues and country.

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