If you like your guitar TEXAS HOT, you’ve come to the right place!
The Danny Cowan Group is all about original music centered around hot guitar, emotional vocals and musical roots. “Drivin’ Back to Texas” has already received great acclaim.
“You sound great! I was very impressed with the professionalism and musical virtuosity of your band. The vocals and instrumentals were thoughtful and inspiring!”Roger McGuinn, of the legendary 60s group “The Byrds”
“The Danny Cowan Group Serves up some HOT Texas style blues. All the Texas guitar tone is there, along with another Texas tradition, a fine female blues singer fronting the band. This is a classic Texas recipe for good blues…pop open a Lone Star and enjoy! ”
“The Whip – Heres a driving groove a-la ‘Cold Shot’, but by no means a SRV clone. Classic Texas sound without apeing all the cliches! ” Michael, MP3.com radio station manager
“Runnin From The Devils guitar work is excellent. That is the closest I have ever heard to Hendrix’ Crybaby style and still being original. The vocals are awesome too!” Burch, MP3.com viewer
“Heres a POWER Tradition from the line of the masterful Stevie Ray Vaughan! This emotional duo knows what to do about the blues – Just Keep On Rockin! Tasty guitar is good for your heart & soul so settle in for a banquet of personal pain & regret that rivals good ole’ EC! ”
1. Backwards Shuffle [4:13]
2. When the Blues Follow You Home [6:57]
3. Drivin’ Back to Texas [5:06]
4. The Whip [4:17]
5. Runnin’ From th Devil [5:38]
6. I Been Mean [4:26]
7. Lonesome Heart Blues [4:58]
8. Hes the Man [3:11]
9. You Got the Soul [3:43]
10. Blue Is the Color of My Heart [5:01]
Tracey Cowan’s sultry and earthy vocal’s makes a married man want to do bad things. Swinging phrasing and a melodic delivery separates her from the Janis Joplin school. Fiesty without being bitchy she draws you in and keeps you there. You don’t want to leave either.
The Cowans make a great team. Coupled with their above average songwriting these guys should go far. I can’t believe no one has scouped them up by now and put them on the road. As soon as I hear they’re coming to my town, I’m going to be the first in line at the ticket counter.