Rick Boston is a musician based in Los Angeles. As of about 1990, he was a member of Hand of Fate. He subsequently worked extensively with Dave Allen as the frontman of Low Pop Suicide, making a series of releases on World Domination Recordings. He was the band's frontman, singing and playing lead guitar, on their 1993 debut LP On the Cross of Commerce, but both Allen and Jeff Ward exited the band. As the only founder left, their second LP, The Death of Excellence, was a more personal vehicle for his songwriting, singing, guitar playing, and angst. With Allen as the Crash Baptists, he recorded the soundtrack to the thriller The Harvest. He released one solo record, Numb, a verbatim copy of Low Pop Suicide's last release, the Unzipped EP. In 1997 he partnered with Rickie Lee Jones in songwriting, playing, and production for her record Ghostyhead. As of 2000 he was a member of The Januaries. As a producer, he has worked in the studio with artists Rodleen Getsic and John Norwood Fisher.