Ed is the eldest of the Bowes Brothers. He plays the rhythm guitar and sings both lead and harmony. Ed also writes many amazing songs for the group, often about the boys’ roots and their hometown of Carleton Place. Rod plays bass guitar and sings lead and bass vocals. He is the strong, silent type but, feeds off of an enthusiastic crowd. Rod appreciates his small town upbringing and the support of the hometown fans. John plays fiddle and sings lead vocals. He manages when and where the Bowes Brothers are playing in a town or festival near you. You will often find John doing most of the talking... and joking around on stage. Andy plays both acoustic and electric guitar and sings both lead and high harmony. He has mastered the lost art of Yodeling, which has brought him national attention. He has been invited over 10 times to perform at the Wilf Carter Tribute Concert in Nova Scotia. Clarence, their father, plays lead guitar and has performed in dance bands for over 40 years. He likes to remind the boys to stay true to their roots by playing often in the halls, nursing homes and churches where they began this journey.
The band has completed four recordings:
       
     

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