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Boss Caine is the musical vehicle of hard living, permanently gigging, frequently recording, award winning, York based but usually traveling, songwriter, Daniel Lucas, who plays a unique brand of Americana, and is frequently joined on stage and in the studio by some of his insanely talented friends.
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"Like Tom Waits singing Ryan Adams if they had both had the good fortune to grow up in Yorkshire!" - Fly Magazine

Having released several critically acclaimed albums, toured relentlessly for more than a decade, played countless festivals,had international radio play (including a live session on 'Whispering' Bob Harris's BBC Radio2 show and a Radio 1 'Ones to watch' segment), supported big names such as Arlo Guthrie, Richard Hawley, Alabama 3, Guillemots, The Undertones, Shed 7, Tony Joe White and many more, hosted the now infamous 'Busk@Dusk' open mic in York for 14+ years, as well as 'The Sundown Sessions' stages at monthly London and York events and various festivals, and helped raise thousands for charities they care about, Boss Caine are set to release their fourth album proper, 'Loved by trouble, troubled by love', in the autumn of 2017, and it sees yet another big sonic step up.
The future is bright for this collective of hard working lifer musicians.
Live, Boss Caine will take your heart and toss it back to you many songs later, doused in whiskey and soul, and more emotions than you know how to deal with.
Then they will see you at the bar.

"Stunning UK talent!" - 'Whispering' Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2
"Pretty much flawless!" - Soundspehere Magazine
"Great stuff!" - Arlo Guthrie
"Like Tom Waits singing Ryan Adams if they had both had the good fortune to grow up in Yorkshire!" - The Fly Magazine
"Certainly one of the finest UK exponents of American influenced roots music!" - Flying Shoes

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