Rex Fowler of Aztec Two Step
Rex Fowler is one half of celebrated folk-rock duo, Aztec Two-Step. In the late 60's, as a teenager from Maine, having been influenced by the writings and messages of The Beats, and the songwriting of Bob Dylan and John Lennon, Rex followed the song in his heart - first to Boston in 1971 where he met his musical partner Neal Shulman, then on to New York City - where his songs began to take wing. Come be a part of an enjoyable evening with one of folk music’s most enduring yet unsung songwriters as Rex features songs from his masterful solo canon as well as some Aztec Two-Step favorites. You can expect to hear a few cover songs from artists who came before and influenced Rex’s songwriting as well.
A review of Rex’s solo album Gettysburg: Reflections on an American Life -
“Long-time followers of Rex Fowler’s work with acoustic ensemble, Aztec Two-Step, will not be surprised by the beauty and depth of Rex’s first solo album label release entitled, Gettysburg: Reflections on an American Life. But even the most ardent fans are likely to be astonished by the extraordinary power and emotional resonance of this remarkable new album. For those who care about music, for those who care about poetry, for those who care about songs, Gettysburg: Reflections on an American Life is an album not to be missed.” - Levon Tolley/Indie Views