Bob Rutherford
Dallas Moore Band
Photo credit to ADR
:: Quote ::

The combination of the DynaBass 800H head and the TC412 cabinet is truly the most remarkable bass amp I've ever used.

After playing various combinations of 4X10 and 8X10 cabinets for years, the TC412 cabinet is truly a game changer! Tons of body reminiscent of 15" speakers with the focus I've always expected from 10's.

The DynaBass 800H has plenty of power to ensure the most important quality in a bass amp.....headroom! Tone shaping capability for days! And something very rare these days........an amp that sounds amazing flat, right out of the box!

:: Bio ::

Born into a Bluegrass family, Bob Rutherford was submerged into a constant whirlwind of music and musicians at a very early age. Bob began touring the country playing bass with several bands while still in his teens before venturing into management and producing artists (consequently named one of the five best Indie Producers in the United States by Indie Net Magazine) in his early 20's. In 1996, Bob was approached about producing a debut album by a new Outlaw Country artist named Dallas Moore. 18 years and 8 albums later, Bob is still playing bass with The Dallas Moore Band (SOL Records).

Over the course of a year, Bob Rutherford plays over 200 live shows throughout the country with the Dallas Moore Band. The album Blessed Be the Bad Ones was released in 2013The band's hit "Crazy Again", held the #1 position at the top of the Alt-Country video charts for over a year.

L.A. Weekly Magazine lists The Dallas Moore Band as "One of the Ten Country Artists You Need to Listen To!