Tribute and Variety
Shows are super successful. The buyer gets more bang for the buck, spending the same amount on
4 to 6 names.
The audience gets to hear a variety of artists. Win Win!
One of country music's great sagas, Cowboy Crush has built, one soul-stirring, tail-shaking show at a time, a unique niche and a devoted following across the U.S. and in half a dozen countries. Theirs is music to start a heart pumping, a life-affirming, fist-in-the-air celebration that can flow seamlessly into songs bringing heartfelt affirmation to the single mom, the soldier's family-- anyone facing the struggles that go with real life.
Trenna Barnes, Debbie Johnson and Renae' Truex have carried the singular joys of music to countless people in clubs, halls and arenas, singing songs that seem torn from the pages of their fans' daily lives. The joy and camaraderie they share with those fans has its foundation in the close relationship they have with each other.
Cowboy Crush is a unique and synergistic combination of skills. Trenna is the world-class singer, that rare combination of power and subtlety, high energy and pure emotion. Debbie provides both a gorgeous vocal complement and solid underpinnings on the bass. Renae' is the talented multi-instrumentalist known primarily for fiddle work that alternately complements and soars. All three bring an eye-catching mix of high energy, jaw-dropping talent and irrepressible femininity that captivates audiences everywhere.
They are at their uptempo best, with songs like "Hillbilly Nation" and "Miss Difficult,"
but also capable of the stunning harmonies of "Nobody Ever Died Of A Broken Heart" and the emotional honesty of "Cowboy Crush."
"I Am Pretty" and "Tougher Than A Man" are pure affirmation for women in difficult spots, with Trenna, Debbie and Renae' bringing both intelligence and heart to bear on stories of a woman in an abusive relationship and a struggling single mom. They are songs that never fail to resonate with their
"He's Coming Home" is a deeply cherished favorite for all three, since each of them have had family members in the military.
It is another song that has touched countless lives. In fact, the U.S. Army shot its own video for the song, winning the gold medal at the New York Film Festival, and it was chosen for inclusion in the upcoming film "American Heart." It continues to move the group as much as it does their fans.
Cowboy Crush is equally popular with NASCAR fans, and they've sung the national anthem at races and have not one but two songs on the upcoming NASCAR Female Fanatics CD compilation--a kickass cover of the Lynyrd Skynyrd classic "The Breeze," and Trenna's rollicking, mile-a-minute rendition of the Hank Snow/Johnny Cash hit "I've Been Everywhere."
Whether playing for the tough music business crowds, sold out arenas, or encouraging our troops overseas, Cowboy Crush will make you
beg for more.