Barry Cowsill (September 14, 1954 – c. September 1, 2005) was an American musician and member of the musical group the Cowsills. Cowsill was born in Newport, Rhode Island, the fifth of seven children. As a teenager, he became the drummer (and later the bass guitar player) of the band initially formed by his brothers Bill and Bob Cowsill, playing popular tunes at local dance clubs.
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John Cowsill Bill Cowsill Barry Cowsill Barbara Cowsill Richard Cowsill. The Cowsills are an American singing group from Newport, Rhode Island. They specialized in harmonies and the ability to sing and play music at an early age. The band was formed in the spring of 1965 by brothers Bill, Bob, and Barry Cowsill; they shortly thereafter added their brother John. Susan's first solo release, Just Believe It, was released in 2004 in Europe and 2005 in the . Currently, Bob, Paul and Susan perform several shows per month as The Cowsills while still maintaining their separate lives and careers and have been joined occasionally by their brother, John. In 2007 they toured as part of a package called "The Original Idols Live!", hosted by Barry Williams, who played Greg Brady on The Brady Bunch
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Barry Steven Cowsill. September 14, 1954 Newport, Rhode Island, . c. September 1, 2005 (aged 50) New Orleans, Louisiana, . Musician, songwriter, producer. By the late 1960s, the band expanded to include younger brother John (on drums), his mother Barbara, older brother Paul, and younger sister Susan
Barry Cowsill Concert Setlists & Tour Dates. Barry Cowsill at Kerry Irish Pub, New Orleans, LA, USA. Artist: Barry Cowsill, Venue: Kerry Irish Pub, New Orleans, LA, USA. A Day in the Life. The Cowsills are an American singing group from Newport, Rhode Island, six siblings noted for performing professionally and singing harmonies at an early age, later with their mother. The band was formed in the spring of 1965 by brothers Bill, Bob, and Barry Cowsill; with their brother John joining shortly thereafter. Originally Bill and Bob played guitar and Barry played the drums. When John learned to play drums and joined the band, Barry began playing bass. Origins and early successes. The group receives their gold record for "The Rain, the Park and Other Things" from MGM Records President Mort Nasatir, 1967. The Cowsills' musical interest started while their father Bud Cowsill was stationed in Canton, Ohio in the late 1950s, as a US Navy recruiter. Bill and Bob taught themselves how to play the guitar.