Pipe Choir is an American alternative rock project formed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1991. It was founded by Michael J. Bostwick as a one man project. The name Pipe Choir derives from a keyboard preset “pipes and choir.” Pipe Choir’s recording career began as a studio collaboration between Michael J.
Bostwick and Peter Davis (the owner and engineer of Studio Arts Recording). The Studio Arts sessions resulted in the release of two songs, Sleep/Savior and Waterfall. The Song Savior enjoyed immediate mainstream radio attention. In 1993, Pipe Choir began to perform live. Past members include: Daniel Bostwick (drums), Ed Sotello (bass guitar), Joe Minadio (keyboards), Doug Wimbish (keyboards), Brad Becker (guitar), Pete and Woodward (guitar). In 1994, Pipe Choir returned to being a one man project. Since 2009, Pipe Choir music has been on the independent netlabel Pipe Choir. Pipe Choir's music is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International.
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