Seeking an outlet from family issues and heartbreak, Nathan Hurley got together with his friends Davis Drake and Evan Todd to form Guys On a Bus. Shortly after the group got together, Nathan’s younger brother Caleb stowed away on the bus and joined the band. In 2016, they were placed on nearly 100 indie and college radio stations in the span of just 2 months. They followed up their college radio success by landing three showcases at SXSW (Austin, TX) in March of 2017. By the end of 2018 they will have played in over half the of states in the continental US. On any given night, Guys On a Bus brings an upbeat experience to their crowd. From their tight four-part harmonies, reminiscent of the Beach Boys, to their simple pop/ rock choruses, in the neighborhood of Maroon5, Guys On a Bus bring a wide variety in their original songs (14 of which are available on most streaming services). Their primary fanbase consists of people in college and high-school, but they have loyal fans spanning over four generations. Audiences from diverse backgrounds are drawn to this young group’s passion and drive that comes across most in their live shows. The group’s unique type of upbeat music and lyricism will turn casual listeners to fans by the end of a set. You may not know them when they first walk on stage, but by the end of the night audience members will find Guys On a Bus’ songs stuck in their heads. Listen once and you will want to hear more.