Crazy night at The Cowboy Club
What an awesome time the Cowboy Club was on JUNETEENTH. No one got naked but if we had another 30 minutes, who knows? Ty Young and “The Side Show Drifters” opened up the show and then accompanied me for the rest of the night. Scott Lytle (known as Cowboy) put together his “Thunder Johnson”, Complete with a 1938 Samsonite suite case for drums, Brad King on the bass and Ty Young throwing down some kickass lead and vocals catapulted the night into the stratosphere.
The 2 CD’s, “Jesus” and “Shadows On The Wall” were a huge success and the CD release party hasn’t even happened yet.
Also, I finally got the preview pages up so if you would like to hear some samples of the CD’s, be my guest. Just select the “Music Preview” button in the menu and enjoy.
Originally from Deep East Texas and Louisiana, Randall Gartman's sound and writing style are always going to transcend his roots. You can almost feel the mud between your toes as you're tapping your feet to "Alligator Crawl" or maybe even get the feeling of Bourbon Street as you listen to "Cool Like You". It's a simple sound with a catchy beat, but all the words are honest and from the heart. Every song captures a part of Randall's feelings at a particular time and place or reminisces through part of his childhood memory but you will always know it's not another song that has been written, just to satisfy the so-called, "music industry professional"