Southwest Rock and Blues innovators The Rudy Boy Experiment hail from the land of enchantment of Albuquerque New Mexico, in which the act has become very popular in the western U.S. This 3-piece group features the multi-talented guitarist, singer and songwriter Rudy "Boy" Jaramillo.

In 2010, The Rudy Boy Experiment signed a digital distribution deal with DSN Music, to give the group a worlwide platform for their long awaited release Places. The 11 track release features a contemporary southwest rock sound, with a strong influence of vintage blues. Places featured several tracks which became popular radio singles such as Glam Trash.
In 2011, The Rudy Boy Experiment released their second national album Volume 2, which included a compilation of previous indie singles from the group. This release was supported by a west coast tour which included high profile stage performances at SXSW and Las Vegas. Rudy Boy's effortless promotions include many high profile radio interviews nationwide, ranging from Fox Sports Radio to NPR, and as a regular on 94 Rock's morning show and Coyote Radio 102.5 in Albuquerque. Rudy Boy also enjoyed an endorsement deal from Reverend Guitars. Rudy was successful spearheding the 1st Annual DSN Music Blues Fiesta in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Rudy's single As The Cursor Blinks was featured in the DSN Music compilation album Soundtrack to the End Times, followed by the popular music video Rough Around The Edges, from his 2012 and third release Rock Star. Rudy is endorsed nationally by Reverend Guitars.

After several years of touring the western United States, Rudy Boy returned to the studio with multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning producer Pete Anderson, who has worked with veteran artists such as Dwight Yoakam, Roy Orbison, Tanya Tucker, Jackson Browne and Buck Owens. The team created Rudy's fourth studio release The Way It Is Now, featuring an eclectic mix of rock, blues and country and western.