When cooking up an eclectic brew of Latin, R&B, rock and funk on a saucy platter of contemporary
jazz and hot Jamaican reggae, what do you get? The fabulous LOWRIDER BAND, of course.
Prolific, multi-platinum singer-songwriters, Howard Scott (guitar), Harold Brown (drums), Lee Oskar
(harmonica) and B.B. Dickerson (bass), dish up many of the greatest tunes to permeate airwaves since
the dawn of radio: “The Cisco Kid,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends,” “Spill the Wine” and “The World is
a Ghetto” are a few mega-hits from the band’s exhaustive discography. More than 50 million albums
have been sold that contain compositions from the original four.
Completing the seven-member posse and lending harmonious support to their distinctive sound are
Lance Ellis on sax, Telvis Ward on keyboards, and Chuk Barber on percussion.