With Gimme A Cowboy, Ella Reid and her band have crafted the perfect soundtrack to red-dirt explorations, roadhouse hoedowns, and sunset whiskey sippin’. From simmering ballads to juke-joint boogie, Gimme A Cowboy is a love letter to an iconic part of the Western musical canon.
With a heart as big as her Texas home, Reid is a whirlwind of contagious positivity. Building her compositions on a frame of shining pop melody, her music never fails to deliver soaring, sun-kissed vocals and beautifully honest emotion.
Following the release of her debut full-length, Drive, Reid relocated from Minnesota to Austin, TX. Inspired by the sights, sounds, and culture, she wrote up a storm, and the record Big Girl Pants was born. Now, three years down the line, Reid has shared more of her trademark sunshine with the world.
“We need to try and keep an upbeat voice in a world that feels divided. Music is a global language that speaks through barriers, and I want to spread the love and help people feel something good and uplifting!”
Reid looks out on the cloudy horizon and sees nothing but silver linings, and her hope is to share that perspective through her music. “Life isn’t always roses, but you have to try and find the positive – and inspire others to do the same! I’m trying to let loose and dance badly and sing about love and whittle life down to what we need to be happy joyous and free… I hope listeners find that in my music, and collectively feel the universe flowing through them!”
Reid is a creative for to be reckoned with, and we can’t wait to hear what she comes up with next.
Ella Reid ‘Gimme A Cowboy’ album artwork
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