VIDEO


Cowpuncher – Straight Line
From 2016’s Hustle – (Lyric Video)
Video by Emil Agopian


AB PPP 2015 – Cowpuncher Intro
Who is Cowpuncher?
Video by The Light Factory



Cowpuncher – Later On
Released June 2015 – First single from the HUSTLE
Video by The Light Factory



Cowpuncher – Bridesmaids
From 2013’s release ‘Ghost Notes’ – Directed by Chad Schroter-Gillespie



SING TALK PLAY
In this episode of SING TALK PLAY live sessions at CJSW radio we feature Calgary’s own ranch hands, COWPUNCHER, with their traditional infused rock and roll. Features Wounded Wing and Ride My Wave.



Cowpuncher – Carry It All
First Time Harley – May 19, 2013
Harley-Davidson trained a biker from scratch and followed him as he traveled Alberta for nine days with a video crew. Day one of the trip was from Calgary to Medicine Hat.



Cowpuncher – Kill All The Artists
Featuring “Nouveau Hobo” – October 4, 2012
Written by James Davidge, Art by Fiona Staples – Originally published in Tales from the Harbor Volume Two, Happy Harbor Comics (2007)
Re-published in October 2012 by Bayeux Arts as part of My Modern Panic: Short Stories by James Davidge.



EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts
TransCanada Alberta Music Series – BarnBurner Session

Calgary – April 9, 2012 – Performing “Renters”



Cowpuncher – Can’t Save The World
Featuring “Spiraling into Now Here”
Written by James Davidge, Art by Fiona Staples – Originally published in Tales from the Harbor Volume One, Happy Harbor Comics (2006)
Published in October 2012 by Bayeux Arts as part of My Modern Panic: Short Stories by James Davidge



Welcome to the West
There is a quiet mutual respect between Cowpuncher and the West. It begins with the appreciation for cheap cans of beer, public nudity and zombie movies, middles with the turmoil from us forgetting the camera battery the first time we tried to do this shoot, and ends with this do-over (and perhaps us stealing their zombie movie idea).

The band is a honky tonk amalgamation from singer and internet criminal, Matt Olah, and they tend to earn their keep hustling by train throughout western Canada and gigging smokehouses and general stores. They are the sturdiest, dirtiest western sound on Alberta soil and an unabashed middle finger to all cowboy hipsters.

Published Jun 2, 2011