|Birth name||Boris Titulaer|
|Also known as||Bo Saris, Bo-Rush|
|Genres||Soul, funk, jazz|
|Labels||DERAM, Universal Music|
Bo Saris was born in Venlo, Netherlands. He currently resides in London, England. He was the winner of the second edition of the Dutch talent show Idols. Following a series of successful albums in the Netherlands, Bo moved to London to start afresh via a meeting with elusive superstar Bill Withers, after Bo performed at a tribute show in Amsterdam attended by the retired soul great in 2011.
His first release under the moniker Bo Saris, She's On Fire, peaked at number 5 in the Dutch Alternative Music charts in August 2012. The EP release included remixes from deep house heavyweight Maya Jane Coles and drum and bass legend Calibre. Both had a limited vinyl release.
Bo is signed to DERAM Records under Universal Music Group and has released two EPs - The Addict and Little Bit More - Remixes
A new album will follow in May 2014.
|Year||Album details||Chart peak positions||Sales and Certifications|
|2004||Rely on Me||1||40,000+
|2009||Live My Life
|Live My Life Live / Bubblin'
|Year||Single||Chart peak positions||Album|
|2004||"When You Think of Me"||1||Rely on Me|
|"M.S.G. (My Special Girlfriend)"||14|
|2006||"Within My Hands"||30||Holy Pleasure|
|2008||"If You Wanna Roll With Me"||69||Live My Life|
|2009||"Everything About You"||—|
As featuring artist
- 2005: "No Sunrise" - Relax (feat. Bo-Rush) (#20, NL)
As Bo Saris
|2012||"She's On Fire"
"She's On Fire" (Maya Jane Coles Remix)
"She's On Fire" (Calibre Remix)
|She's On Fire EP|
||The Addict EP|
|2012||"Little Bit More"
||The Addict EP|
- "Bill Withers Tribute Concert".
- "She's On Fire Chart Position".
- "DutchCharts.nl - search: Album Top 100: Boris". DutchCharts.nl. Retrieved 2009-02-09.
- "Halfjaar cijfers 2004: Audiomarkt" (in Dutch). NVPI. Archived from the original on 2004-08-04. Retrieved 2008-10-26. Note: In NVPI's gold/platinum database this album appears to be missing.
- "DutchCharts.nl - search: Single Top 100: Boris". DutchCharts.nl. Retrieved 2009-02-21.