Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, The Boneless Children Foundation's music ranges from simple, poetic creations, to hard-hitting punk rock sideshows. Born & raised in St. Louis, Missouri, San Francisco transplant David Sophia Siegel leads his band of musical malcontents through the twists and turns of the perilous environment of rock music today, playing a music described by the SF Weekly as "notoriously Dead Milkmen-esque." This group has developed a unique sound that draws comparison to The Talking Heads, The Police, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, and the Who
"Stars For Anyone," our debut full length self-released & self-produced album, was released nationally on October 2, 2007, and got as high as #200 on the weighted CMJ charts! Special thanks to Tinderbox Music for helping to make all that happen..
The album and the band were also featured on NPR's Open Mic Program, on a blog on the New York Times website, were a featured CMJ/Sonicbids artist for the last week of 2007 and the first week of 2008, and were included by The Onion in the list of Worst Band Names of 2007! The honors never stop... .