Bobcats Swing/Jazz Trio

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Bobcats Swing/Jazz Trio

Bob Gusch, Dan Dowling and John Griffin, have teamed up to play some classic and contemporary jazz, swing, blues, and bossa nova and are a big hit with the swing dance crowd.

Seven-string guitarist Dan Dowling is a veteran jazz and blues musician who has been performing in combos ranging in size from duo to big band for the last three decades. Dan was one of the five finalists in the Heritage International Jazz Guitar Competition of 1996, and was named “Best Unsigned Blues Artist” in 1995 by the Nashville Music City Blues Society.

Bob Gusch, on woodwinds, has been a mainstay of the Albuquerque music scene backing such greats as Clark Terry and Dianne Reeves. Locally, he has played with many bands including the Albuquerque Jazz Orchestra , the Outpost Repertoire Jazz Orchestra, and his currently Brazilian ensemble, Saudade. Bob likes to feature his clarinet playing with Bobcats.

John Griffin is a long time acoustic and electric bassist with various jazz, blues, and rock groups. He has appeared with artists such as Bo Diddley, Eddie Harris, and Charlie Rouse.

Dan Dowling Music

505 363-3500 for bookings



  1. Bobcats will be regulars at
    the Hyatt Tamaya Rio Lounge
    starting at the end of April.
    Check out our calendar dates.

  2. This coming Sunday, April 17, 2016, Bobcats are the featured band at the monthly Rio Grande Jazz Society’s meeting and jam session held at the German American Club. We play from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

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