The Bad Cowboys

Glastonbury
Acoustic Rock, Country, New Wave, Pop

Irreverent New Wave Country Pop Harmonies

Veterans of the local Glastonbury music scene, Steve Bilsborough and John Carroll have developed a country influenced acoustic sound. Their close harmonies and catchy tunes are full of poignant, satirical and sometimes humorous lyrics, and contain such obscure subject matter as: superheroes, scrabble, the local bus service (the 376), wasps, grammatically challenged relationships, and the infamous song about the town of “Street”.

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Marcus Osborne reviewed The Bad Cowboys 1 month ago

Unexpectantly nostalgic and unapologetically delicate, The Bad Cowboys latest album “Free” is harmonious, spacious and raw. Reminiscent of major players such as Fleetwood Mac and Tom Petty at parts, this album is a heart-on-sleeve release that embodies the true passion that this genre deserves. The edges are a little rough, but the piece itself is incredibly well-written and lends itself to the bands vocals tones very well. The guitars are beautifully blended and the subtle percussion brings some pace to the tracks without taking losing any of its signature fraglillity.

A very competant release that won’t be for everyone, but for those with a passion for country rock – this is a real treat!


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