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Tom Bohacek


Tom grew up in Richmond, Texas. At an early age he studied in an electronics vocational training course, which included electronics, circuit design, analysis, vacuum tube, transistor and digital microprocessor theory. It was during that time that he discovered his passion for electronics and audio design. With a hands-on approach, Tom initiated his career as a Technical Representative for Maxim Sound in Houston, Texas. His role included technical support, design, fabrication and installation of audio and video systems. This led Tom to Pro Audio Service, which included designing, servicing and installing sound and lighting systems for stage productions. Having recognized Tom's enthusiasm for the sound industry, a major Houston radio station approached Tom to produce their events. Apart from his regular job, Tom maintained a side career for ten years with KILT-FM providing live sound and production services that included county fairs, rodeos, amphitheaters, cruise lines, and even a super bowl. In the local community, Tom became sought after for his expertise in live production. He produced major artists in local events including Vince Gill, Diamond Rio, Willie Nelson, Houston Pops Orchestra, and the 1992 Democratic Convention, just to name a few.

Having the love for music engineering and production, Tom started collecting and maintaining equipment to produce his own shows. Here, he started his own sound production company, Bayou City Sound with his long-time acquaintance, Scott Powers. Together, the partners began producing fairs, festivals, bands, and corporate events for both small and large-scale productions. Achieving a multifaceted role in the audio/video industry, Tom is capable of wearing many hats, from custom design and installation, to technical service for pro audio/video, and live sound engineering and production.

PROJECTS DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED: Amoco Oil, Reliant Expo Center. Marriot Hotel (San Antonio, TX), Big Three Industries, Southwestern Bell, San Antonio Convention Center, Great Storm Theater (Galveston, TX), James A. Baker Institute, Moody Gardens Hotel and Aquarium, M.W. Kellogg, Anheiser-Busch, Paine Weber, Merrill Lynch, Chicago Bridge and Iron, Woodlands Conference Center, Second Baptist Church, Lyondell Petro-Chemical, Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus.

ENGINEERED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERFORMERS: 1992 Democratic Convention, Arnold Palmer Golf Tournament, Asleep at the Wheel, Austin Lyric Opera, Brooks & Dunn, Charlie McClain, Chubby Checker, Diamond Rio, Doug Stone, Earl Thomas Conley, Foghat, George Jones, Head East, Holly Dunn, Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo, Houston Pops Orchestra, Kingston Trio, L.A. Guns, Leon Russell, Little Texas, Marty Stewart, Merle Haggard, Nazareth, Neal McCoy, Peter Allen, Ray Price, REO Speedwagon, Restless Heart, Royal Society Jazz Orchestra, Sammy Davis Jr., Sammy Kershaw, Shari Lewis, Smothers Brothers, The Ink Spots, The O.J.'s, Toby Keith, Tracy Byrd, Tracy Lawrence, Vince Gill, warlock, Willie Nelson, and many more.



Scott Powers


Scott (Scotty) Powers was born in Chicago, where he lived for 13 years. Growing up in a musical family, he began singing in the children's choir at age 3, and danced to Chubby Checker records. At age 8 he began playing the trumpet and continued expanding his vocal work to become a soloist in the church youth and adult choir. His family moved to south Florida in 1969 where Scott was introduced to additional musical styles. While having an early interest in Big Band, Rock and R&B, he became active in Latin, Reggae, and Soul. He took up the guitar at age 14 while still in demand for his vocal work. After graduating from high school, he began an insurance career, adjusting complex claims and handling litigated cases, followed by marriage and family, and a move to Houston, TX in 1979. While his passion for music never waned, there was less time to enjoy it, until 1988 when his schedule allowed more time for musical projects. A friend in a local Houston band recognized Scott's love of music and suggested that he help with their live show production. Scott found it comfortable to make the transition from performer to technician, and the band soon made him stage manager and monitor engineer.

Maintaining a successful career in the insurance industry, Scott expanded a side career with KILT-FM, providing live sound and production services for all of their events from Rodeos and county fairs to a The Super Bowl 1992. 004Scott was welcomed on any stage in the local community for his hard work and desire to learn, repeating his earlier success in live production, being placed in charge of many stages. Realizing that he could further expand his passion for engineering and production, Scott approached long-time friend, Tom Bohacek, who was aqquiring equipment and producing shows of his own. Together they began to build Bayou City Sound to handle fairs, festivals, bands, and corporate events on any scale. With a 30 year career in insurance and a life-long passion for music, Scott has gained the versatility to handle the responsibility of running a business while being able to handle any situation in which he is needed, while providing event production.

ENGINEERED FOR THE FOLLOWING PERFORMERS: 1992 Democratic Convention, Asleep at the Wheel, Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Blue October, Doug Stone, Dub Miller, Earl Thomas Conley, Eddy Raven, Gaelic Storm, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Joe Stampley, Johnny Lee, Lila Mason, Little Texas, Lori Morgan & Ronnie Milsap, Mark Collie, Marty Stewart, Tracy Lawrence, Toby Keith, Neal McCoy, Moe Bandy, The Hunger, Time Rushlow, Ricochet, Pat Green, Radney Foster, Perfect Stranger, Smokin' Armadillos, Ty Herndon, Roger Greagar, Vince Vance & The Valiants, Ray Price, Willie Nelson, and many more...



Gary Moore

Sales Manager

Gary Moore is proud to be a native Texan, currently residing in Richmond, TX. He graduated from The University of Texas, and has over 25 years in the entertainment industry. He spent seven years as a Regional Marketing Director for music & video chain Sound Warehouse, where he directed countless marketing campaigns and worked with some of the biggest names in music including ZZTop, David Bowie, Billy Joel, and Sting, just to name a few. From there, he joined the recording and distributing company Justice Records as Marketing Director. There he helped launch the careers of many acts including Jesse Dayton, Tab Benoit and Kermit Ruffins. He also worked with legendary artists such as Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson. After becoming the company President, he decided it was time to go it alone and started his own company, Moore Mkt. & Mgmt. Moore Mkt. & Mgmt. manages live music venues, recording and touring artists, festivals, record labels and many “one off” opportunities related to the entertainment business. After many years of working in live music production, his association with Bayou City Sound is a natural. Gary is ready to facilitate the partnership between your business and Bayou City Sound, and provide your customers, clients or patrons an unmatched audio/video experience.



Stephen Adwell

Engineer (Head of BCS Remote Audio Recording Services)

Stephen Adwell's passion for music and technology, only seems fitting that he chose the path of an Audio Engineer. This love of the arts led him to earn his Recording Arts Degree in May of 2009. Since then Stephen has mixed four time Grammy nominated artists, Trout Fishing In America, legendary country singer Moe Bandy, as well as the infamous blues rock band, The Cate Brothers. Stephen has also worked alongside such artists as Ben Folds, Big Smith, Cake, MC Hammer, and many more. Stephen also owns and operates AMR Studio.







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