Singer-songwriter Ben Gallaher is a rising star in the country music industry. A slow-burning country rock tune, “Still a Few Cowboys Left” is one of his biggest hits. Ben’s smooth guitar work and gritty tone both shine in the same way.
‘Country in the House,’ Ben’s album, is a feast of country music and cowboys. His more aggressive music features acoustic bass overlaid with hefty bass guides and twisting and extensive rock drums. Ben begins strumming his acoustic guitar on his porch in the sunset.
An elderly man is seen drinking from a mug inside of an empty condom. He is wearing cowboy boots and a beret and is riding his horse down the street. The older male approaches two kids as they put on cowboy hats and then rides up to them on his horse. While the older cowboy and the two youngsters are riding their horses into the sunset, Ben is vocalizing while the Sun is shining behind him.
“Sounds like eighteen eighty-nine, listening to the coyote cry,” Ben says. There aren’t many cowboys left somewhere under that daydream tonight.” The song pays tribute to the burdensome eyes and values of cowboys from Ben Gallaher’s recent country stardom after his institution academician gave Ben’s music to Sony for consideration, resulting in a record deal.
The Pennsylvania native had long yearned to go to Nashville, and his imagined scenario was realized in 2014 when he signed a record deal. Ben has reportedly been entertaining inmates at Pennsylvania state prisons for the past seven years as part of his yearly “Barbed Tour,” according to Johnny Cash. Ben’s star continues to rise thanks to his genuine protest to several country fans.