The Cowslingers - Bad Booze Rodeo album download
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The Cowslingers were a Cleveland, Ohio-based cowpunk band active from 1991 to 2004. Critics such as Ed Masley have noted that the band's musical style is difficult to classify, as it includes elements of rock 'n' roll, Americana, and rockabilly. Although they have won awards as a country music band, their sound is very different from conventional American 21st-century country music; instead, it sounds more similar to the music of Merle Haggard History. They released their debut EP, Bad Booze Rodeo, in 1993 on Drink 'n' Drive Records, on which they also released their debut album, Off the Wagon, in 1994. Their second album, That's Truckdriving, was released later the same year. The band then became highly active touring throughout Ohio, which led to them starting to tour on the East and West Coast.
The Cowslingers were born when Greg Miller was accepted into Kent State University. Having performed in groups throughout his university years, mixing classic rock sounds with punk and also rockabilly. While touring around the university circuit, the Cowslingers developed a loyal following for an energetic live show and high-octane performances. In 1993, the group released its debut effort, an EP titled Bad Booze Rodeo, on Drink 'n Drive Records. In 1994, the debut album, Off the Wagon, was released to wide acclaim in rock and cowpunk circles. The Cowslingers released its second album the same year, That's Truckdriving. Constant touring throughout the Ohio area spread into dates on the East and West Coast. In 1995, Greg Miller asked his brother, Ken Miller, to fill in for the band's bass player. In 1996, A Fistful of Pesetas was the band's third album and more praise followed.
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