|Birth name||R.L. Boyce|
|Born||August 15, 1955|
Como, Mississippi, United States
|Genres||Blues, Hill country blues,garage rock|
|Associated acts||Othar Turner, R.L. Burnside, North Mississippi Allstars|
Boyce began his career in the early 1960s playing drums for his uncle, the fife and drum performer Othar Turner. Later he was the drummer for Jessie Mae Hemphill and is heard on her 1990 album, Feelin' Good.
His second album release, Roll and Tumble was released on September 8, 2017 on Waxploitation Records. The album included the father and son double drumming team of Cedric Burnside (R.L. Burnside's drummer and grandson) and Calvin Jackson. The album was produced by Luther Dickinson of The Black Crowes and North Mississippi Allstars fame, and David Katznelson.
- Ain't the Man's Alright (Sutro Park, 2007)
- Roll and Tumble (Waxploitation Records, 2017)
Documentaries featuring Boyce
- Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey (2003) featured the song "Shortnin'/ Henduck Traditional" by Otha Turner which included Boyce on bass and snare drums.
- M for Mississippi (2008) included an interview with Boyce
- Moonshine & Mojo Hands (2014) included an interview with Boyce
- I Am The Blues (2015) included a performance by Boyce
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- "C&L's Late Nite Music Club With R.L. Boyce". Crooks and Liars. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
- "The Line of Best Fit". The Line of Best Fit. Retrieved 31 October 2017.
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