Provided by Mountain Town Music
B.D. Howes is a musician with a history in the intermountain and east coast music scene. Howes has graced stages along the Wasatch front for years, played some of the best clubs in Salt Lake and Park City, his beautiful melodies gliding arrangements and drift away vocals provide easy unobtrusive listening.
His lyrics such as The Corner, Living in the Dark House, Drain and more, have incorporated a variety of social, political and philosophical influences that defies traditional rock’. "My songs were a way to speak my mind without offending people," Howes said.
Some music critics stated that his songs sound like vintage, blues –based, 60s- classic….” Just Walk Away” even has a light-dusting of southwest blues;” other say that “Vocals are somewhat reminiscent of Alejandro Escovedo’s especially so on the closer, You Gotta Be Real, which could pass for an old True Believer Tune…”
B.D. Howes been guest and featured at KUTV Channel 2 news show as well KSL Channel 5, the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, The Standard Examiner and The Park Record.
Chris Schell, has been in several bands, he plays six string bass for the band and is very picky about his sound.
Chris Hamilton, a graduate of the U of U in Jazz, plays acoustic, electric guitar and is member of other bands.
Wes Furgason, with over a decade of experience playing the Salt Lake music scene, adds energy on top of a solid groove that integrates tightly with the rhythmic nature of this group.
B. D. Howes, a singer/song writer-musician and performer. Howes’ songs are reflection of life experience, feelings and emotions, plays both 12 and six string acoustic guitars.
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