Among the busiest vocalists in pop music with arguably probably the most diverse réamounté ever, Bernard Fowler continues to be hired by famous brands the Rolling Rocks, Bootsy Collins, left-field maker Adrian Sherwood, and minimalist composer Philip Cup. Born and elevated in NEW YORK, Fowler first made an appearance on record in 1974 using the music group Total Eclipse. In 1982 he made an appearance on two dance golf club strikes, “Don’t Make Me Wait around” using the Peech Kids and “I’m the main one” from the Expenses Laswell project Materials. A year later on he was on Herbie Hancock’s effective Future Shock recording while 1985 discovered him getting on Public Picture Ltd.’s COMPACT DISK, the Sly & Robbie recording Language Hurdle, and Mick Jagger’s single recording She’s the Manager. He shipped a Paul Simon music specially created for Philip Cup’ album Tracks from Liquid Times in 1986, sang backup on Wayne Bloodstream Ulmer’s America: WOULD YOU Remember the Like? in 1987, and became a member of Bootsy Collins for his 1988 work What’s Bootsy Doin’? In 1989 he fronted the Adrian Sherwood-associated music group Tackhead and became a member of the Rolling Rocks for their Metal Tires/Urban Jungle globe tour. The ’90s had been filled with even more Tackhead albums, even more work and trips with the Rocks, a featured part in Rocks drummer Charlie W’ jazz music group, and guest photos on albums by Natural herb Alpert, Small Axe, Todd Terry, and INXS vocalist Michael Hutchence’s single debut. In 2006 he finally got around to producing his own single record, Close friends with Privileges, released by Sony Japan.