My Story So Far
"It was November 2018 and I was in a sold out stadium crowd of 35,000 watching history in the making. Local boy, Bruno Mars is closing his "24K Magic" World Tour with three sold out nights at the Aloha Stadium. As I stared into the captivated audience as he took his last bow, I decided then that I had to jump.
Beau Cody feat The Majority and the BC Project
My musical journey started in the truck when I was eight years old. I just got something that would change my life forever, a Walkman Talkboy (from the Home Alone movie).
Every day, I would record my favorite songs from the radio. Island reggae songs from Ekolu, Fiji, Morgan Heritage, and others. Then I would sit with my ukulele and try to play along, plucking notes until it sounded right."
Local Uprising (2018)
In December 2018, Beau Cody packed his things into his FJ Cruiser and moved with his fiancé to Las Vegas, the show capital of the world. Up to that point, he had been performing in bars and restaurants for over 12 years.
His band was nominated for Breakout Artist of the Year
at the Island Music Awards. They opened up for legends like Steel Pulse, J-Boog, Alpha Blondy, Tribal Seeds and more.
Beau didn't know any booking managers or venues in Vegas. He also didn't have a solo three hour show cause he was always with a band. So he put in the work and got into the scene. An open mic led to a show and that show led to getting an audition for a booking agency in Vegas.
With 136 shows in the last 7 months, Beau Cody has been working and crafting his live performance! He's booked all over Las Vegas and is keeping island music fresh on the strip. He also build a band called The BC Project.
"I believe we got something fresh and special."
Beau Cody's big goal before moving was to secure a residency on the Las Vegas Strip. A looper pedal, a guitar and a soulful voice. He's close but it times for a PAUSE.
Not my choice, Vegas is on lockdown for 30 days..
"With the things going on in the world right now, please be safe. Also make sure to check your happiness during this hard time and try to smile. I'm gonna be going live online like back in the old days. Just jamming some tunes, hanging out, good vibes, a sweet escape." - Beau Cody