NASHVILLE, Tenn., September 22, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Stone Country Records up-and-comer Ben Gallaher puts imagery to his upcoming radio single in the video for his latest release "Still A Few Cowboys Left," out today. Shot and directed by Bobby Wolff, Gallaher shares the spotlight with Boots O'Neal as the visual chronicles a day in the life of the legendary cowboy. The video, which premiered yesterday (9/21) with CMT.com and CMT Music, also highlights the next generation of younger cowboys — both played by ranchers' sons — all set on a scenic Texas ranch.
Watch the official video for "Still A Few Cowboys Left" HERE.
"The 'Still a Few Cowboys Left' music video represents the spirit of a true cowboy," Gallaher exclusively told CMT. "This way of life is portrayed as a metaphor to highlight the character and values of a hardworking, loyal individual. This embodies the true message of the song."
Co-written by the rising star along with hit writers Neil Thrasher and Tony Martin and produced by Neil Thrasher and Patrick Thrasher, "Still A Few Cowboys Left" — which celebrates the best of humanity — highlights the honorable characteristics a traditional cowboy represents: a focus on faith, family and hard work. Taste of Country called it a "country-rocker" and mused the "song's urgent message resonates deep in 2022," while The Boot praised Gallaher's "spirited performance" in communicating "a lot of what needs to be said today" (Country Evolution).
About Ben Gallaher:
A self-taught musician with a strong reverence for guitar masters, Ben Gallaher's songs radiate a passion for the lyric-driven country music that influenced him as a young boy listening to his parents' radio in small-town Pennsylvania. The burgeoning star's vocals exude a smoky texture reflective of the backwoods bars in which the young artist honed his unbridled stagecraft, driving to the Eastern corridor to perform each weekend while pursuing a degree in Entertainment Industry Studies at Nashville's Belmont University.
Lauded by American Songwriter magazine as "a promising young songwriter," Gallaher has also earned a fast-growing fanbase due to his commanding guitar prowess and energetic live shows while opening for the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Blake Shelton, 3 Doors Down, and Lee Brice, and has toured the Pennsylvania State Prisons for over a decade on his annual headlining "Prison Tour."
Gallaher's latest single "Still A Few Cowboys Left" was co-written by the rising star alongside chart-topping songwriters Neil Thrasher and Tony Martin. The tune — which was co-produced by Neil Thrasher and Patrick Thrasher — highlights the honorable characteristics a traditional cowboy represents: a focus on faith, family and hard work.
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