Cowboy Crush

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Cowboy Crush
Origin Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Genres Country
Years active 2003-present
Labels Asylum-Curb
Associated acts Big & Rich, Trick Pony
Website http://cowboycrush.com
Members Trenna Barnes
Debbie Johnson
Becky Priest
Renaé Truex
Past members Darla Perlozzi

Cowboy Crush is an American country music band signed to Curb Records' Asylum/Curb division. The group is composed of Trenna Barnes (lead vocals), Debbie Johnson (bass guitar, vocals), Becky Priest (keyboards, vocals), and Renaé Truex (fiddle, mandolin). Until 2006, Darla Perlozzi (drums) was also a member of the group. Perlozzi co-wrote Big & Rich's 2007 single "Loud".

All five founding members of Cowboy Crush had previously worked throughout Nashville, Tennessee before meeting at Belmont University.[1] They held their first practice together in a garage on March 18, 2003.[1] Cowboy Crush is also known for its high-energy concerts and backstage antics.[2] The group's debut single, "Nobody Ever Died of a Broken Heart", was previously recorded by Trick Pony. Cowboy Crush's debut album was released to digital retailers on July 14, 2009.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details
Cowboy Crush

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
2005 "Nobody Ever Died of a Broken Heart" 56 Cowboy Crush
"Hillbilly Nation"
2007 "Some Men Don't Cheat"
"Miss Difficult"
2008 "Tougher Than a Man"
"He's Coming Home"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
2005 "Nobody Ever Died of a Broken Heart" Eric Welch

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