Stalley Goes Smokey & The Bandit For Feel The Bass (Video)

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Stalley represents himself as an Honest Cowboy. The modern cowboys were chronicled in 1977’s Burt Reynolds flick, Smokey & The Bandit. Rather than moving cattle, The Bandit and his partner in the big rig were moving cases of Coors beer across the Tex-Arkana line.

That film/setting and its black Pontiac Trans Am Firebird are alluded to in Stalley’s “Feel The Bass” visual. Honest Cowboy keeps on riding, through this mid-tempo jam:

“We’ve got a long way to go, and a short time to get there,” Stalley has done just that since 2010.

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