Also known as William Kilduff, a recovering attorney from Denver and former front man of Hot Cheeze Soup, Grandpa Boots started developing his new approach to making music in January of 2013 on a trip to the Jamaican Blue Mountains in search of the world’s best coffee (PS he found it www.mngcoffee,com). Little did he know that music would just walk right up on him in the form of a Rastafarian music man called Buru. After the trip Boots rededicated his time to connecting with people through music across the world. He has jammed with people from across the country and on three different continents by turning “making high quality music with interesting people” simple. Typically equipped with his GoPro and guitar as well as his dog “Elephant”, you may see him from time to time in your town.