Cowsill at the Rhode Island Music Hall of Fame
March 2, 1956
Newport, Rhode Island
Musician, songwriter, producer
Vocalist, drums, keyboards, percussions
The Cowsills, The Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Dwight Twilley
John Cowsill (born March 2, 1956 in Newport, Rhode Island) is an American musician, best known for his work as a singer and drummer with his siblings' band, The Cowsills. He is currently a drummer and vocalist for the current The Beach Boys touring band, which features original Beach Boys Mike Love and Bruce Johnston. He has also played keyboards for the "Beach Boys Band", and according to the band's website, he does Al Jardine's and the late Carl Wilson's vocal parts. He also has performed and recorded with [1 ] Jan and Dean.
In the early 1980s, he recorded with the
one hit wonder band Tommy Tutone, playing percussion and singing back-up vocals on the band's hit, although he did not appear in the video. 867-5309/Jenny
For a time, he was part of
Dwight Twilley's band, as was his sister Susan Cowsill.
In 2003, he married
Vicki Peterson of The Bangles.
John Cowsill began playing with the Beach Boys touring band on keyboards in 2000. He moved to the drums in 2008.
John's solos for the concerts include, "Help Me Rhonda," "Wouldn't It Be Nice," "I Can Hear Music," "Wild Honey," and "Darlin'." [2 ]
In 2011, Cowsill was confirmed to be performing alongside The Beach Boys on their
50th Anniversary Reunion Tour. Cowsill appears on the band's subsequent studio album, [3 ] (2012). That's Why God Made the Radio
References [ edit ]
^ "Mempages/Jc_H-Page.Htm". Beachboysband.net . Retrieved . 2013-07-13
^ "John Cowsill Interview || Feeling the Vibe Magazine". Feelingthevibe.com . Retrieved . 2013-07-13
^ Patrick Doyle (2011-12-19). "Exclusive: Mike Love 'Looking Forward' to Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Tour | Music News". Rolling Stone . Retrieved . 2013-07-13
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