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After bouncing between bands on multiple instruments and playing solo for a few years in New York City Tobi D'Amore founded  The Bone Chimes in the summer of 2010. Since then D'Amore and  TBC have played at some of New York City’s most iconic venues including: Irving Plaza, Gramercy Theatre, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Rough Trade, Mercury Lounge, the Bowery Electric, Pianos, and Arlene’s Grocery. In 2015 Tobi hit the road solo for the first time on the High Line Tour logging 10,000 miles throughout the U.S. Dancing between classic covers shined with a new cloth, originals based on intricate acoustic guitar rhythms, and whiskey screams is where Tobi's solo show lives.

Tobi has now moved into an RV full time (Bill) and set his sights on the road playing house concerts, breweries, bars, wineries, sidewalks, and rest stops. Go to the BOOKING tab to reach out to Tobi for full band and solo availability or go to the HOME tab to find Tobi's tour calendar and see where he will be playing next!

Reviews :

High Line - "The Bone Chimes find a way to stand-out in an already overcrowded music scene, thanks to their authentic lyrics and beautifully dynamic musical arrangements."

-Diffuser.FM

High Line - "The Bone Chimes find a way to stand-out in an already overcrowded music scene, thanks to their authentic lyrics and beautifully dynamic musical arrangements."

-Diffuser.FM

Walk Away - "Walk Away, is a four-minute mini-suite, swooping and soaring through riveting twists and turns. It’s something special, have a listen."

-The Big Take-Over

Walk Away - "Walk Away, is a four-minute mini-suite, swooping and soaring through riveting twists and turns. It’s something special, have a listen."

-The Big Take-Over

"Incorporating aspects of orchestral indie rock, as well as a more minimal pop aesthetic, the band balances between stark, gorgeous arrangements and something of a far more dense nature."

-Joshua Pickard Noog.com

"Incorporating aspects of orchestral indie rock, as well as a more minimal pop aesthetic, the band balances between stark, gorgeous arrangements and something of a far more dense nature."

-Joshua Pickard Noog.com