Cary Park

(guitar, fiddle, mandolin, background vocals)


Cary Park- has been an in demand session and touring musician for 20 years in Los Angeles. He’s been featured in Guitar Player / Fender Frontline and this year released his first instructional video for” MVP “ currently in most music stores.

A founding member of the rock country group “Boy Howdy’ which released 3 CDs for Curb/ 6 Videos CMT/TNN with a string of top 10 singles Cary has been blessed to have toured and recorded with some of the great artists of our time 5+ grammy winner Bruce Hornsby / Jimmy Messina (Loggins and Messina/Poco) Randy Meisner (Eagles the incredible voice of “Take it to the Limit” Rick Nelson /Poco) Some other recordings he’s been a part of : Deana Carters 5+ Platinum “Did I shave my legs for this”(Electric guitars on 1999 CMA Song of the year“Strawberry Wine”) LeAnn Rimes “Put a little Holiday in your Heart” / Olivia newton johns latest “Back with a Heart” Kevin Sharps platinum “Measure of a man”+”Love Is”/ The Clark Family Experience WB television pilot may 2001)/ “Fear Factor” host Joe Rogans latest comedy CD for Warner Brothers and numerous jingles and other recordings ! 

Boy Howdy was founded in 1990, in Los Angeles, California. (Before they materialized, most of the members either were solo artists or played with other singers and bands.) A year into their union, the band released an independent single titled, "When Johnny Comes Marchin' Home Again," at the height of the Gulf War. The band received such a huge response over the song that it caught the attention of a record label in Nashville, Tennessee, called Curb Records. Curb eventually signed them to the label. In 1992, Curb released Boy Howdy's debut album titled, Welcome to Howdywood. In 1994, Boy Howdy saw its biggest success with the release of their second album, She'd Give Anything. Even though it was only a mini-album, it produced two Top 5 singles in the title track, and "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore." 1995 saw the release of Boy Howdy's third (and second full-length) album, Born That Way.