Cowboy Mouth is headed back to Nashville for a concert at Exit/In on Friday, October 4th. Cowboy Mouth’s raucous live shows have made them a staple of the national club and festival circuit since the mid 90’s. Over the years they have played thousands of shows in front of almost ten million fans. They just released their second Greatest Hits record in May of last year and an EP of new songs is slated for release in early 2020. Cowboy Mouth’s leader, Fred LeBlanc, is a true man of many hats. In addition to handling drumming duties for the band he’s also the lead singer and front man, and he writes a majority of the band’s music on guitar. He also published a children’s book in 2016 and is the proud papa of two.
Now approaching their third decade together, the New Orleans-based rockers continue to cement their reputation as celebratory, electrifying road warriors. They’ve played more than 3,000 shows to over 10 million fans, mixing the party-friendly punch of their hometown — a city known for good times and even better music — with a raw, rock & roll foundation. From the opening guitar riff of the band’s signature hit, “Jenny Says,” to the furious percussion supplied by the group’s drummer and larger-than-life front man, Fred LeBlanc, Cowboy Mouth shows remain legendary.
Their live show will receive new fuel in 2019, when Cowboy Mouth releases an EP of original songs loaded with the same in-your-face, amplified attack that launched the band’s career years ago. Joining Fred LeBlanc on the new record is the band’s longtime guitarist John Thomas Griffith, who fronted the nationally-acclaimed group Red Rockers (and sang on their early-1980s MTV staple, “China”) before joining Cowboy Mouth’s original lineup. Also featuring bassist Brian Broussard and guitarist Matt Jones, Cowboy Mouth’s roster is stronger than ever: a lineup of four rock & roll veterans, all working together to stir the band’s unique gumbo of pop, Big Easy blues, soul, punk, and redemptive rock & roll.
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