He is also the author of earth2earth I, a collection of drawings and poems. He was born and raised in Fairview Park, Ohio. Michael Bostwick currently lives in Massachusetts with his wife Kelley. While performing with various groups, Technical Black (1985-1987), Rotary Ten (1985-1988), Thumper Incorporated (1990-1993), Slo Bob (1994-1999) and Morticia's Chair (1998-2002), Bostwick continued to regularly write, record, and perform Pipe Choir music. The song “Savior” was originally recorded in the spring of 1990 and was the first song written and recorded by Bostwick exclusively for Pipe Choir.
The moderate radio success of “Savior” provided enough fuel to keep the project active for the next 20 years. By the year 2002, Pipe Choir started to become less of a side project, and more of a full time operation. In 2004, Bostwick began to shed his peripheral musical commitments, and focus all of his creative energy on Pipe Choir. In 2007 Bostwick began to release soundtrack music under the name Dreams In Over Drive Eternal (D.I.O.D.E.).
In 2010 Bostwick introduced his second side project The Marian Circle Drum Brigade (M Circle). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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