Stone Country Records artist Ben Gallaher is celebrating the best of humanity with his latest release, “Still A Few Cowboys Left” - available now on all digital platforms. Co-written by the rising star along with hit writers Neil Thrasher and Tony Martin, the song isn’t really about cowboys at all, but rather some of the best characteristics they represent and the focus on faith, family and hard work they live by. Premiering exclusively yesterday (8/25) with Taste of Country, the mid-tempo, drum-driven tune was co-produced by Neil and Patrick Thrasher.
“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 told 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. This song also nods to women that there are still some men who make faith, family and hardwork the roots of their life.”
Along with “Still A Few Cowboys Left,” the up-and-comer released b-side “Quote the Bible,” an ode to his father littered with phrases of respect for the man that shaped him.
In 2021, Gallaher delivered his debut EP Every Small Town, which was lauded by press and fans alike. Sounds Like Nashville praised the project as containing “highly relatable stories and themes” calling Gallaher “a promising star in the format” while American Songwriter has declared Gallaher as an artist possessing “an authenticity that shines through.”