Despite being a useful guitarist, Bowley's recent musical outings have been confined to headbanging at gigs with WPP's Mark Cranmer and Universal McCann's Graham Duff (their most recent night out being The Black Crowes at Shepherds Bush Empire).
Friend to the stars Bowley, the head of media at Kendall Tarrant, has been brushing up on his own playing skills by learning blues guitar, but it is the music of rock gods such as Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones that is really keeping him preoccupied.
Bowley is an investor in the soon-to-launch Cornish radio station Atlantic FM and has managed to cajole his fellow investors into letting him have his own show. Sadly, Bowley's heavy rock programme has been consigned to a graveyard slot in the small hours, but this has not deterred him in the slightest - he is busy preparing a heady mix of monster tracks from his own personal stash and interviews with his famous mates.
Already lined up is his old chum Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, but he has still to hit on a title for the audience-busting programme, so contact us with any ideas. In return, we'll give you more details on how to listen to the show - basically, by moving to Cornwall and staying awake until 2am.