The Ortus album by Jon von Boehm

Jon von Boehm has released his second album entitled Ortus on Friday the 16th of March 2018. The Nashville (Tennessee) based bass guitarist was recently interviewed by us, make sure you hear what he say about himself and the project.

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The album is available on Amazon and other digital stores for purchase and/or streaming.


The thud of Jon von “Boom’s” (Boehm’s) Ortustic bass

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Nashville, Tennessee (USA) is one of the world’s well-known cities, most popular for its musicality. The “Music City” is home to the highly-regarded bass guitarist Jon von Boehm, who has recently embarked on establishing himself as a solo artist, after a lengthy tenure as a devout collaborative bass guitarist.

In the course of establishing a lane for himself, Jon will be releasing his sophomore album called Ortus. The Latin titled solo offering encapsulates his journey of having to overcome and rise above certain circumstances – something many independent artists’ may identify with. In this offering, Jon really brings a colourful array of sounds, which makes him particularly hard to put in a box. The “Ortustic” volume and vibes of the album do not fall short in communicating his distinct nature and personality, despite not having any vocal contributions on the project.

In this interview, Jon speaks about his sound and where it fits within the context of modern genres. He also spoke at length about his latest album, which features a collaboration with South African-born, US-based fellow bass guitarist Vuyani Wakaba. Apart from being a talented artist, Jon is a wealth of knowledge too and his passion for music oozes through.

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