Arthur Bod defines his music as “eclectic cool and lyrically visual, made with acoustic love.” Like the music, Arthur Bod is a blend of life experience and artistry, with a little fiction baked in.

“I think subliminally, I write with movies in mind. But really it’s still magic to me how the song ideas come together. I think they’re downloads from God and I just happen to be tuned in at the right time.”

Canadian born, Arthur Bod started making records in 1970 while in school at Elon University as part of the group ‘Daze End’. The group was signed by famed producer Tom Werman to CBS/Epic Records with then CBS head Clive Davis, who changed the group’s name to Robey, Falk & Bod (‘RF&B’).

The group was known for CS&N style harmonies and acoustic guitar work embodied on their only album, ‘Kentucky Gambler’. ‘Lonesome Road,’ penned by Arthur, was the only single released from the album before their promising career was cut short.

Eventually, Falk & Bod, together with Budge Witherspoon and Shaw Hayes, created ‘Iguana’ and were signed to United Artists. Another group known for their vocals, guitar work and songwriting variety, Iguana managed to record and produce ‘The Winds of Alamar’ album and releasing the single, ‘Dream Song’.

Fast forward to the present and Arthur Bod is back, continuing the inspired style of RF&B and Iguana, though this time as a solo artist. “As long as I can remember, all I’ve ever wanted to do is write and record, and connect with anyone I can. Music never dies and isn’t bound by age or time. Great sound with visual content should transcend all of that, and that’s my goal.”