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Everymen's Cowboy Regains Consciousness, Band Adds New Member

It has been a couple months, but after going into a coma after a serious fall back in late January, County Grind is pleased to report that Everymen washboard/guitarist player Cowboy is awake. In a few Facebook postings over the weekend, the band emphatically let fans know the good news.

Not long after Cowboy was hospitalized, frontman Sergio "Capt'n Bobo" Witis said "When he wakes up, we'll have new songs, and we keep going." Not only are there a trio of new songs awaiting devotees, but a new stand-in for Cowboy has been announced. Until the hospitalized washboard player is healthy enough to perform, Chuck Callaway has been added to the lineup. Check out a pic of the newest member of Everymen below.





Now the band is making a push to head to Bonnaroo this summer. Vote for them by downloading "Don't Rain on My Parade" free right here.



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