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Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy

Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy

Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy


Kevin Cahoon And Ghetto Cowboy have quickly become one of the most buzzed about new arrivals on New York’s downtown music scene. Through live event shows at venues such as Irving Plaza, CBGB's, Don Hill's and Ars Nova, among others, the group has demonstrated its command of all sorts of stages – from downtown rock n’ roll spots to some of the newest theater spaces in town. Most recently, Kevin Cahoon performed at the benefit for Friends In Deed: “Brilliant Mistake: Broadway Sings Elvis Costello” (October 31 Read more on Last.fm
Kevin Cahoon And Ghetto Cowboy have quickly become one of the most buzzed about new arrivals on New York’s downtown music scene. Through live event shows at venues such as Irving Plaza, CBGB's, Don Hill's and Ars Nova, among others, the group has demonstrated its command of all sorts of stages – from downtown rock n’ roll spots to some of the newest theater spaces in town. Most recently, Kevin Cahoon performed at the benefit for Friends In Deed: “Brilliant Mistake: Broadway Sings Elvis Costello” (October 31, 2005) where he shared the stage with a many noteworthy artists, including Costello, singing what Variety called, “a rowdy glam-induced version of ‘Lipstick Vogue.’” Just prior to that appearance, Kevin Cahoon And Ghetto Cowboy played a live on-air concert on Sirius Satellite Radio Network. In addition, the group’s song “Fashionista” was featured on several runways during Spring 2006 Fashion Week (September 2005) and is currently in the top 50 for Sirius Satellite Radio / OutQ’s Mid-Year Music Survey along side tunes from such artists as Elton John, Rufus Wainwright and the Scissor Sister, among others. Born and raised just outside of Houston, Kevin Cahoon first performed on the local rodeo circuit, as a rodeo clown. He wasted no time reaching the zenith of pop culture stardom for teenagers in the 80s – an appearance on "Star Search." He took the Junior Grand Championship in 1985 with a show tune (though he won’t tell which song he sang).

After graduating from New York University, Cahoon was cast as a gang member in The Who's Tommy on Broadway, then originated the role of “Ed the Hyena” in The Lion King. Other credits include the title role in Hedwig and The Angry Inch Off-Broadway and sit-downs in San Francisco, Boston and at the Edinburgh Festival. Cahoon has appeared in Broadway’s The Rocky Horror Show, Off-Broadway’s The Foreigner with Matthew Broderick, (Lortel Nomination) and can be seen on Broadway as the “Childcatcher” in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang through December 31, 2005. He has numerous television and film credits including the documentary Whether You Like It Or Not: The True Story of Hedwig.

He will originate the role of “George” in the upcoming Broadway musical The Wedding Singer set to open in Spring 2006. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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