Bowman exploded onto the Boston music scene in 2001 with the self-released debut album, “Believe.” Critical acclaim was fast to follow: Billboard magazine named Bowman “Best New Artist” and the Boston Music Awards nominated Bowman for Best Male Vocalist. The overnight success of “Believe” sparked interest across the country from fans, critics and industry insiders alike. Now, with the release of the highly-anticipated second album, “Living to Dream,” Bowman is poised for a major national breakthrough. Produced by Scott Riebling (Letters to Cleo), “Living to Dream” showcases Bowman’s heartfelt lyrics, soulful singing and expert arrangements, and the album has a directness and insightfulness rarely found in rock today. Press reviews call “Living to Dream” “a brilliant collection of stories and emotions” (XM Radio) and “a confident, accomplished album” (Fufkin.com).
Bowman’s live performances are instantly engaging. Audiences are charmed by the outstanding vocals, exceptional songwriting, and Bowman’s ability to appeal to the emotions deep inside everyone. Bowman plays with some of Boston’s finest musicians, both in the studio and onstage, including drummer Gabe Cabral (Johnny A), bassists Bob Melanson (Wheat), Ed Valauskas (The Gentlemen), and Rick O’Neal (Johnny A, Delta Generators), guitarists Paul Amenta (Wrench) and Charlie O’Neal (Must, Delta Generators), and keyboardists Tom Smith (Elcodrive) and Dave Ramsey (Swinging Steaks).