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Powered by Audioscrobbler™1) Cow were formed in late 2006 by Mark Boxall & Maxine Cook singer songwriters of the band.
after playing several showcase gigs to highlight their compositions decided to record an album of their work, so in 2009 set about working on a 12 track album initially it was intended to be solely acoustic but as things progressed in the studio with the songs growing in texture and flavour the end product was a very earthy and organic acoustic pop and soul sound which involved drums keys and some Indian vibes.
In 2010 we were fortunate to be asked to support Paul Weller for 5 nights at The Royal Albert Hall in London, later that same year we were asked back to play 6 more shows on Paul Weller's arena tour, playing venues such as Brighton Centre, Birmingham NIA, Cardiff Arena, Bournemouth NIC and Wembley Arena.
At the start of 2011 we were asked to perform a live session for Janis Long on BBC radio 2 this was after she had heard our 1st album and had been playing tracks off it on her show."I love Cow they have great songs and their own sound"(Janis Long 2011)
We played more gigs through 2011 and started writing our 2nd album Dedicated To...The Mighty Drum.
this was finished in mid March 2012 and a track off the album titled Black Harvest was used on the cover mount CD of the April edition of Mojo magazine to co inside with this we played 3 shows at The Camden Roundhouse supporting Paul Weller on his Sonik Kicks review
2012 will see Cow playing The Cavern Club in Liverpool and Guilfest in Surrey as well as promotional gig for the new album and writing will commence for a 3rd album
Be happy and soulful but most of all Keep The Faith...........

heavily influenced by... Tamla Motown, Northern Soul, Stax, Atlantic, Philadelphia, Janis Joplin, Carol king, Lennon, Gaye, Weller, Small Faces, kinks. The Who, Creation, Dexy's, O.C.S.Minnie Ripperton, Dan Penn, Smokey Robinson, Aretha, Beatles, Stones, The Jam, Action, Funkadelic, Traffic, Amen Corner, pop art, targets and like minded beautiful people

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2) There is also another artist known as Cow. Some of their pictures and tracks are also displayed on this page. They released music in 2002.

3) Cow is the experimental project of Christie Howes (guitar, drums and percussion and other instruments) and Andrew Howes (bass, Keyboards, ambience and other instruments). Their album, Animal Salad, was released by suRRism-Phonoethics on June 23, 2013 and is available as a free download. Animal Salad was written and produced by Cow, and recorded at the Dewsbury Underground, UK, during 2012/13.

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