Cowboy Mouth

Cowboy Mouth is a rock band based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Cowboy Mouth - Band Members - Discography - Filmography
... Underneath • 1995 New Orleans Music in Exile • 2006 The Name of the Band Is Cowboy Mouth • 2007. ...
Jenny Says
... Jenny Says" is a song written by drummer and lead singer Fred LeBlanc from Cowboy Mouth's first studio album, Word Of Mouth in 1992, as well as their 1996 major label ... Traditionally, Cowboy Mouth ends each concert with this song ... also released on the DVD The Name of the Band is Cowboy Mouth on November 20, 2007 ...
Sonia Tetlow - Biography
... well as playing bass for New Orleans rockers Cowboy Mouth (mid-2004 through May 12, 2007) and guitar and mandolin for New Orleans singer/songwriter Paul Sanchez ... has collaborated on songs with Paul Sanchez (Cowboy Mouth, Paul Sanchez Rolling Road Show), John Thomas Griffith (Red Rockers, Cowboy Mouth), Fred LeBlanc (Cowboy Mouth, Dash Rip Rock) and David ...
Fighting Foodons - Characters - Foodons
... It launches beef-patty shaped Beef Rays out of its Meat Loaf Launcher (its mouth) ... Rōruhaido, Rawhide) Albert's cowboy-like Burrito Foodon armed with a lasso that can bring enemies into submission ... Hot Doggone-It (チェリソーン, Cherison) Chase's cowboy-themed Hot Dog Foodon ...
Wildflower! Arts And Music Festival - Lineups
... Boys, Carolina Liar, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Bowling For Soup, Mutemath, Sweet, Cowboy Mouth, Delbert McClinton, Rio Grand, Slaid Cleaves, The Laws, Eliza Gilkyson, Le Freak ... The Spinners, Loverboy, Gregg Rolie, Jonny Lang, Cowboy Mouth, The Click Five, Lisa Loeb, Shawn Colvin, The Vanished, The Knack, Jimmie Vaughan, Ruthie Foster, The ...

Famous quotes containing the words mouth and/or cowboy:

    Between my chin and throat
    his mouth slipped over and over.
    Still between my arm and shoulder,
    I feel the brush of his hair.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    I’m a cowboy who never saw a cow.
    Johnny Mercer (1909–1976)