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Ric Bowers
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Ric Bowers is an independent artist with a split career of stage and studio. His music styles range from hard rock and blues to soothing soundscapes. As a singer, just a blues howler, as a guitarist, heavy on phrasing.
Why this name?
It's my name.
Do you play live?
Live performance venues include: Symphony Hall, arenas, local dives, and even the back of a hay wagon.

Special moments happen when playing with a tight band and everyone is in the groove.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It provides an outlet for non-signed artists.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
If the right deal came along.
Band History:
First bands: Blues Tone, Rush, Cold Duck, Paul T. Morris and the PM band. First recording on a Magnavox 2 track with Sound-On-Sound.
Your influences?
In addition to the greats; Eric, Jimi, Carlos, add Jeff Beck, Robin Ford, Tommy Tedesco, Joe Satriani, Larry Carlton, Greg Alman, Alvin Lee, Mark Farner, then Chet Atkins, Tommy Emmanuell, and Irvin Dugan (who knows cool).
Favorite spot?
The loft of a little sign shop on the outskirts of Hereford, Texas, many years ago.
Equipment used:
1972 Fender Stratocaster, Precision bass, Rivera and Fender amps, Yamaha, Roland, Korg, Alesis, Line 6, Reason, and Pro Audio.
Anything else...?
Listening to a tune is like having a visitor. Sometimes they knock politely on your door, ask to come in, show you what they offer, give you time to reflect, and make a graceful exit. Other times, they announce by breaking down your door, swing you around the room, and say, "I gotta split.", then leave. Sometimes you just need a boost.
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