Bernard Fowler is one of the busiest vocalists in the music industry working with the likes of the Rolling Stones, Bootsy Collins,Herb Alpert and the late Michael Hutchence.
Born and raised in New York City, Bernard first appeared on record in 1974 with the band Total Eclipse. In 1982 he appeared on two dance club hits, "Don't Make Me Wait" with the Peech Boys and "I'm the One" by the Bill Laswell project Material.
A year later he was on Herbie Hancock's successful Future Shock album while 1985 found him landing on Public Image Ltd.'s Compact Disc, the Sly & Robbie album Language Barrier, and Mick Jagger's solo album She's the Boss.
He fronted the Adrian Sherwood-associated band Tackhead and joined the Rolling Stones for their Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle world tour.
The '90s were filled with more Tackhead albums, more work and tours with the Stones, a featured role in Stones drummer Charlie Watts' jazz band, and on albums by Herb Alpert, Little Axe, Todd Terry, and INXS singer Michael Hutchence's solo debut.
Bernard has a new single and video from Friends with Privileges called New York Time.