|Born||5 November 1972|
|Labels||Hide Inside Records|
|Associated acts||Diamond Wookie
Green Nuns of the Revolution
Neil Cowley Trio
Neil Cowley (born 5 November 1972) is a contemporary jazz pianist whose previous incarnations include Fragile State, the Green Nuns of the Revolution, and the Neil Cowley Trio, which appeared on Later... with Jools Holland in April 2008 and won the 2007 BBC Jazz Award for best album for Displaced.
In his late teens Cowley moved into being a keyboardist for soul and funk acts Mission Impossible, Brand New Heavies, Gabrielle and Zero 7. He also appeared as a co-composer and session musician with the jazz-rock group Samuel Purdey. An early album was "Foxbury Rules", released under the pseudonym Diamond Wookie.
In 2006 he released an album called Soundcastles under the name Pretz.
On 16 September the new album Spacebound Apes was released by Neil Cowley Trio.
- Foxbury Rules as Diamond Wookie
With Fragile State
- Nocturnal Beats
- The Facts And The Dreams (2003)
- Voices From The Dust Bowl (2004)
- Soundcastles (2006)
With Neil Cowley Trio
- Displaced (2006)
- Loud... Louder... Stop! (2008)
- Radio Silence (2010)
- The Face of Mount Molehill (2012)
- Touch and Flee (2014) 
- Spacebound Apes (2016) 
For other musicians
- Adele -19 (2008)
- Stereophonics - Keep Calm and Carry On (2009)
- Adele - 21 (2011)
- Birdy - Birdy (2011)
- Professor Green - At Your Inconvenience (2011)
- Emeli Sandé - Our Version of Events (2012)
- Sam Sallon - One For The Road (2013)
- Birdy - Fire Within (2013)
- Sowerby, Neil (2008-04-17). "Cowley's clash of genius". Manchester Evening News.
- "Meet Neil Cowley - PRS for Music Foundation". PRS for Music Foundation. Retrieved 2016-06-21.
- "BBC - Dance Review - Fragile State, Voices From The Dust *Radio Silence (2010) Bowl".
- Nicholson, Stuart (2006-06-18). "The Neil Cowley Trio, Displaced". Observer Music Monthly.
- Fordham, John (2008-03-28). "Neil Cowley, Loud ... Louder ... Stop!". The Guardian.
- Fordham, John (12 January 2012). "Neil Cowley Trio: The Face of Mount Molehill – review". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 January 2012.
- Allmusic; retrieved 09/06/14
- Discogs; retrieved 09/06/14