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Bad Man

by Cowboy Diplomacy

“Bad Man” explores all the facets of a troubled soul with good intentions, who’s ultimately looking for answers in all the wrong places.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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Album Notes
Austin rockers Cowboy Diplomacy are redefining what it means to be a cowboy. With a sound that lies somewhere in-between Rock n’ Roll and Southern soul, Cowboy Diplomacy has captivated its audience with their unconventional style and raw lyrics.

While frontman Ian Cochran’s unique growl-like vocals tend to draw the crowd in, it’s the energy and music that the band creates as a whole that keeps them around. Evident within their robust sound are traces of notable bands such as Rival Sons, Kaleo, Kings of Leon, and AC/DC—some of whom the band members also draw influence from.

Despite only being a few years old, Cowboy Diplomacy has garnered the attention of many and has earned recognition through various accolades. Within their first year of formation, the band was nominated for “Best New Band” by the Austin Chronicle and came out as the runner-up; in 2017 the band was named “Best Band of Austin” by Austin Monthly and was nominated to receive a grant from Black Fret. The band has also been fortunate enough to work with Grammy-nominated producer Chris Frenchie Smith on the singles “Bad Man” and “Burn Down The Road,” both of which have yet to be released.

2019 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for Cowboy Diplomacy as they prepare to release their debut album in December, followed by a tour in January, and continue to play bigger shows including opening for Bishop Gunn at The Belmont.



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