Country rocker Ben Gallaher sings ‘Still a Few Cowboys Left’

Ben Gallaher is a rising country music singer and songwriter. His hit song ‘Still a Few Cowboys Left’ is a slow-burning country rock song. Ben’s raspy voice and slick guitar work shine in this performance.

Ben’s album ‘Country in the House’ is a celebration of country music and cowboys. His harder-edge music features acoustic guitar layered with heavy guitar leads with distortion and big rock drums.

Ben starts the song on his porch in the sunset, strumming his acoustic guitar. An older man is shown drinking a mug in an empty house, and he puts on his cowboy boots and hat and walks outside to his horse.

The older man walks up to two children wearing cowboy hats, and he guides them on the horse. Ben sings with the sun shining behind him while the two boys and the older cowboy ride three horses into the sunset.

Ben sings the lyrics, “Sounds like eighteen eighty-nine, listening to the coyote cry. Somewhere under that moon tonight, there’s still a few cowboys left.” The tune pays tribute to the hard work and values of cowboys from the past.

Ben Gallaher found country stardom after his college professor sent Ben’s music to Sony for review, resulting in a record deal. The Pennsylvania native always wanted to move to Nashville, and his dream came true in 2014 with the record deal.

Like Johnny Cash, Ben has performed for inmates at Pennsylvania state prisons for the past 7 years on his annual ‘Barbed Tour.’ His authentic style appeals to many country fans, and Ben’s star keeps rising.

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Country rocker Ben Gallaher sings ‘Still a Few Cowboys Left’