Cowboy Mach Bell
Cowboy Mach never worked at the rodeo and he can't even ride a horse. Classically trained on the cello as a child, Mach switched to the electric guitar during the Swinging 60's and in the early 70's he switched again, this time to lead singer. Bell's rock'n'roll career blossomed, leading to gigs including five years touring and recording with Boston's THUNDERTRAIN (1974-80), a brief stint working as a roustabout with Circus Vargas, and a wild ride with Aerosmith lead guitarist in exile, Joe Perry. It was Perry who gave Bell his nickname "Cowboy" during their time writing, recording and touring together in the JOE PERRY PROJECT (Once a Rocker Always a Rocker MCA Universal/Geffen Records). Cowboy continues to travel, appearing at book signings, media events and artist panels. Next up: more gigs. Singing with his newly-formed hard-rock quartet, the MACH BELL EXPERIENCE. When he's not writing books or rocking, Cowboy's fave pastimes include screen writing, film-making, flower gardening, cooking and combing the beach with his wife, Julia. He even dug a backyard frog pond, along with his sidekick, a Bombay cat named Lucky. Follow Cowboy Mach Bell at OnceARocker.com https://www.instagram.com/cowboybeeps/ https://www.facebook.com/MachBell https://twitter.com/mach_bellRead more Read less
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