First hometown show in a few months! Really excited to play for the good people of Bomberville again. (Side bar: We’ve heard Camberville - Cambridge + Somerville used before, but did we just coin Bomberville - Boston + Cambridge + Somerville?) We’ll be trotting out a couple new not-what-you’d-expect covers, and possibly even a new song of our own. Be there.
No big deal.
New show announced! Add it to your Google Calendar.
New show date announced:
Wed. Dec. 19th at T.T. the Bear’s in Cambridge, MA
Opening for Churchill (touring indie folk rock band from Denver, CO)
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10 Brookline Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Doors 8pm | Music starts at 8:45pm
$10 | 18+ | Bowery Boston Presents Churchill & Cowgill at T.T. the Bear’s Place
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Cowgill’s Summer 2012 Tour by the Numbers
Next Cambridge show announced! Thu Sep 13 at T.T. the Bear’s Place in Central Square. Bring on the college kids.
Tonight’s show is open for business.
Cowgill Announces August U.S. Tour Dates
Planted Tour 2012
August 8, 2012 - Following the release of their debut half-album, Side One of Planted, Boston-based indie folk rock outfit Cowgill will hit the road for a U.S. tour this Summer. They’ll play dates in the Midwest and the East Coast throughout the second half of August. The full schedule is below, followed by a stream of the band’s first single, “Plans.”
08-15 Brooklyn, NY - Cameo Gallery w/ Beards of Summer
08-17 Chicago, IL - Viaduct Theater w/ Years, Wooden Rings
08-18 Cincinnati, OH - Mainstay Rock Bar w/ The Killtones, Via Lotus
08-20 Washington, DC - Velvet Lounge w/ Turtle Recall, Human Country Jukebox
08-21 Philadelphia, PA - The Grape Room w/ Mercies
COWGILL is available for interviews, on-air performances, etc. For all inquiries, please contact email@example.com
Listen (to music)
Meet (the band)
Cowgill performs “Old Flame” by Arcade Fire
Time for a new band photo! Thanks to the very talented Sarah Barges for taking this picture and editing it for us.
This time around, we finally got a chance to take a band photo while the sun was still out. Thanks to the very talented sun for making this photo look less dark and gloomy than the last few did.