With parents who grew up in the 60’s, Erin Bowman has been listening and loving amazing music her entire life. With the melody and concept already started Bowman alongside her producer finished writing what would be her first single “Problem.” “Problem” was added to Sirius XM 20 on 20 and in 2 weeks was a top 5 requested song. Her next single “King Boy” trumped her first becoming the 5th most played song of the year on Sirius XM 20 on 20 while also selling over 20,000 copies, a major feat for an independent artist.
With the success of her first 2 releases Bowman found herself writing with more and more producers/songwriters. “Keep Me Warm” caught the attention of Kobalt Music. A publishing company who’s rosters includes the likes of Max Martin, Mumford and Sons, Simon and Garfunkel, Lionel Richie, Dixie Chicks, Beck, and countless other successful artists and songwriters. Eventually signed to a Kobalt publishing deal herself Bowman released “Good Time Good Life,” through AWAL, Kobalt’s global artist services company. “Good Time Good Life” debuted on NBC’s This Is Us and was chosen by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to drive The Oscar’s 2017 promo aired on ABC for over 2 months. The Oscar promo lead to Bowman’s national TV debut on Good Morning America followed up with a performance at the Radio Disney Music Awards, and Live with Kelly and Ryan.
After the success of “Good Time Good Life,” and a move out west Bowman found herself working on music going in a slightly different direction. She spent the next year working on her debut EP with multiple trips to London where the entire EP was recorded. In the summer of 2019 Bowman released her debut EP, ‘Apartment 101’. Bowman took to the road in the fall performing songs from her EP on her first US tour playing acoustically at independent music stores, local TV and radio stations, and her first SoFar Sounds gig. Bowman has now relocated to London where she will be finishing up her debut album set to be released soon.