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.
"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 “represents a lot of what needs to be said today” (Country Evolution).