Bernard Fowler

Bernard Fowler

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Bernard Fowler has been a backing singer for The Rolling Stones for 2 decades. He is launching a solo career with a killer band who recently played in NYC and received standing ovation from Keith Richards & all in house. Great mix of original rocking tunes with the occasional classic cover.

Biography

Bernard Fowler has appeared on over 30 albums from Herbie Hancock to Alice Cooper. He has produced two albums for Ronnie Wood, co-writing many songs. He has been with The Rolling Stones for 22 years, performing on nearly every content, and appearing on 14 Stones albums, including those of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts. He has also fronted for bands TackHead and Nickelbag. Bernard is an amazing performer and powerful, versatile vocalist.

Discography

2009 - Untitled Ronnie Wood Album (Producer, Co-Writer, Vocals; 2008 - Shine A Light (Rolling Stones); 2008 - Along Came A Spider/Alice Cooper (Vocals); 2006 - Bigger Bang (Rolling Stones); 2006 - Friends with Privileges (Solo); 2005 - Rarities (Rolling Stones); 2004 - Live Licks (Rolling Stones); 2002 - Forty Licks (Rolling Stones); 2002 - Best of Material (Material); 2001- Goddess in the Doorway (Mick Jagger); 2000 - Hot Night Tonight - Barbara Lynn; 2000 - Live and Electric (Ronnie Wood); 1999 - Colors (Herb Albert); 1999 - Michael Hutchence; 1998 - No Security (Rolling Stones); 1997 - Power Inc. (TackHead); 1997 - Bridges to Babylon (The Rolling Stones); 1996 - 12 Hits & A Bump (Nickelbag); 1996 - Long Ago and Far Away (Charlie Watts); 1995 - Stripped (Rolling Stones); 1994 - Voodoo Lounge (Rolling Stones); 1993 - Jump Back (Rolling Stones); 1993 - Slide on Live (Ronnie Wood); 1992 - Future Shock (Herbie Hancock); 1992 - Main Offender (Keith Richards); 1992 - Slide on This (Ronnie Wood); 1992 - Onobox - Yoko Ono; 1991 - Johnnie B. Bad (Johnnie Johnson); 1991 - Flashpoint (Rolling Stones); 1991 - Videohead (TackHead);1990 - Liberty (Duran Duran); 1989 - Steel Wheels (Rolling Stones); 1988 - What's Bootsy Doin'? (Bootsy Collins); 1987 - Do You Remember the Love? (James Blood Ulmer); 1986 - Songs from Liquid Days (Philip Glass); 1985 - Language Barrier (Sly & Robbie); 1985 - Album (Public Image, Ltd); 1985 - Starpiece (Yoko Ono); 1985 - She's the Boss (Mick Jagger); 1982 - One Down (Material); 1982 - Don't Make Me Wait (Peech Boys)

Set List

Get Away, New York Time, Small, Your Future, Trance, Everyday, Never Met a Girl, You Know What I Mean -- original
Pop That Thang, Cinnamon Girl, Wild Horses, Jumping Jack Flash, Heroes - covers
Typically a mix of originals and covers.