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Ballad of the Asian Cowgirl © 2008 Wild Bill Austin

"Ballad of the Asian Cowgirl" is the first of many CDs by Wild Bill Austin, a Country-Folk-Rock story-teller with a distinct Southern flavor, a Western flair, and an ever-present sense of humor. Wild Bill blends several, diverse influences to produce a heart warming, enticing, and unique, original style, with all kinds of stories designed to enlighten and entertain.

From the rockin,' "Keep it Country!!," to the easy listening, motivational, "Good Times Come Around Again," Wild Bill Austin goes the distance to bring his listeners a message they can take forward into their day. "No matter what, believe in yourself, and so will everyone else."

The title song, "Asian Cowgirl," is both amusing and heroic, exploring the concept that the world belongs to the woman or man who claims it, along with a burning desire, a definite purpose in life, and a positive mental attitude. It is the type of Wild Bill Austin song you can expect to encounter again and again, one which will grab your attention with its simplicity and then have you walking away feeling better about everything!

(Independent Review)
Thursday October 2, 2008
 
 
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