Ben Gallaher"Still a Few Cowboys Left"
Ben Gallaher brings a cowboy’s story to life in his anthemic new single, “Still a Few Cowboys Left.” The soaring country-rocker is a blue-collar anthem and ode to all who stay true to the cowboy way of life. Gallaher penned the imagery-packed song with Neil Thrasher and Tony Martin.
“Sounds like 1889 / Listening to the coyote cry / Somewhere under that moon tonight / There’s still a few cowboys left,” Gallaher sings with unrestrained grit in the chorus, with thick guitar chords and soaring electric solos accompanying his declaration.
The emerging artist's spirited performance here will resonate with fans of similar-sounding artists like Jason Aldean, Blackberry Smoke, The Cadillac Three and Brantley Gilbert.
“I believe we all have a little cowboy in us. In the literal sense, I’m not a cowboy but - figuratively speaking - I have a lot of cowboy in me,” Gallaher tells Taste of Country. “To me, what makes a cowboy is not the way you look or the place you live, but the type of person you are. It’s the direction you are headed - grit, integrity, and character. It’s getting knocked off and getting back on again. -- Jeremy Chua