Jack's passion and talent for music were evident even at the early age of 3, when he had his first experiences playing piano. With his mom and dad both being ministers, he honed his craft playing in church, as well as being classically trained. He began writing songs as a teenager and was signed to a major songwriting contract at 19. During this time, Jack began writing and performing with well-known contemporary Christian artist, Kathy Troccoli. This collaboration produced a Top Ten hit in the Christian market, which landed Jack a tune on Kathy's debut pop album, produced by Ric Wake; best known for his work with Celine Dion and Mariah Carey. During the Summer of 2003, Spanish pop superstar, Naim Thomas, recorded Jack's song 'Caliente', which became a Number One song and video in Europe and Mexico. In February of 2004, one of his songs, 'God Will Take Care Of You', was released on a CD by David Phelps, best-selling, Dove Award winning, lead vocalist of the Gaither Vocal Band. Jack recently performed in Ukraine with Neale Donald Walsch, best-selling author of the 'Conversations With God' series. 'In The Silence', one of Jack's most requested songs, was nominated in 2008 for a New Thought Posi Music Award. His mission is for this music to be a healing agent to inspire, challenge, and spark changes in those who listen. His first full length New Thought project, 'Picture This', was released in the Summer of 2002, on Seventh Wave Records, and he has since released five more CD's of extraordinary songs and instrumental music. Through this music, Jack is honored to have been chosen, for the past eight years, to serve on the core music staff of The Centers for Spiritual Living's international conferences, both held each Summer at Asilomar State Park, in Pacific Grove, CA. Jack's pop background, as well as his church influence, can be heard throughout the music, making his CD's enjoyable to a wide range of listeners. Using progressive sounds and mature songwriting, Jack Fowler helps to lead the New Thought spiritual movement into the 21st century.