|Also known as||B. Dolan, Evel Knievel, Bombzo Way, Bombzo the Clown|
|Born||March 8th, 1981|
|Origin||Providence, Rhode Island, United States|
|Genres||Alternative hip hop, indie hip hop, political hip hop|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, spoken word artist|
|Labels||Strange Famous Records|
|Associated acts||Sage Francis, Alias|
B. Dolan's first performances took place at New York City's Nuyorican Poets Cafe, where he gained respect as part of HBO's Def Poetry in 2002 and won numerous slam titles. He has since distanced himself from and criticized slam poetry. In 2011, he told the Boston Phoenix:
Doing spoken word was the first time I ever tried to present my writing on a stage, and that's what it was good for. It taught me some basic stage tricks that I still use — like how to change my voice and talk to a crowd. But once you've picked up those chops, you need to get the hell out before you become some asshole who wins the poetry slam for the 10th year in a row.
After performing at a Def Jam industry party at the Rush Arts Gallery, B. Dolan realized he wouldn't be able to work within the major label structure. Within months, he dropped out of college, bought a drum machine, and began recording the first album The Failure. During this time, he slept on "park benches and subway trains" while working as a doorman at a building in close proximity to the Twin Towers. It was at this time that the September 11 attacks happened, leaving B. Dolan in a "paranoid mental state" which caused him to move back to Rhode Island.
Once back in Rhode Island, B. Dolan tapped into the local arts community, volunteered for at-risk youth programs, created the consumer activist website Knowmore.org, teamed up with Sage Francis, signed to Strange Famous Records, and began to tour internationally since 2005.
B. Dolan has also remained prolific as a rapper, releasing albums on Strange Famous Records since 2008, and most notably creating the "Bombzo Way" and "Evel Knievel" characters, which make surprise guest appearances at his concerts. In 2010, he released his second album Fallen House, Sunken City, the entirety of which is produced by Alias of Anticon.
In 2011, B. Dolan created the package show The Church of Love & Ruin, which combined activism and art by bringing openly LGBT and Queer performers into the arena of hip hop, in an attempt to address homophobia in rap.
On July 10, 2015, B. Dolan will release his third studio album, entitled Kill the Wolf, on Speech Development and Strange Famous Records.
As an activist, B. Dolan is known primarily as a co-founder of Knowmore.org, a wiki devoted to connecting consumers with social responsibility information about corporations. He is also an author of several articles within the website. He is especially known for an article on American Apparel's CEO Dov Charney.
B. Dolan recently wrote, appeared briefly in, and composed the score for an independent film called "Almost Mercy", directed by Tom Denucci. 
- Live Evel (2008)
- House of Bees Vol. 1 (2009)
- House of Bees Vol. 2 (2012)
- House of Bees Vol. 3 (2015)
- Sage Francis - "Broccilude" & "High Step" on Human the Death Dance (2007)
- Prolyphic & Reanimator - "Survived Another Winter" on Artist Goes Pop (2008)
- Sage Francis - "House of Bees", "Sea Legs" & "SFR Pays Dues" on Sick of Wasting (2009)
- Sole - "Fuck Wells Fargo" on Nuclear Winter Volume 2: Death Panel (2011)
- Scroobius Pip - "Soldier Boy (Kill 'Em)" on Distraction Pieces (2011)
- Dan le sac - "Caretaker" and "Good Time Gang War" on Space Between the Words (2012)
- Strange Famous Records B. Dolan Biography
- Boston Phoenix B. Dolan Goes Where Few Emcees Have Gone Before
- URB B. Dolan – Fallen House, Sunken City
- Boston Globe The Grand Experiment of B. Dolan's Church of Love & Ruin Tour
- About Knowmore.org
- Knowmore.org American Apparel