Smash Mob announces the June 10th international release of Gods Cowboys version of the TV Theme song of the 1960's TV show Petticoat Junction through Xelon Entertainment.
Originally recorded over 20 years ago (but never released) the song has just been brought out of the archives and finished in style with a spirited mix by Smash Mob for a worldwide release.
Australian based Gods Cowboys recently regrouped to perform several charity performances. Their quick-witted comic quick delivery has drawn comparisons to the Marx Brothers.
Gods Cowboys version of the Petticoat Junction TV Theme Song has the bittersweet distinction of being heard for the first time in conjunction with the reuniting of the beloved comic band for a fundraiser.
All proceeds from the Gods Cowboys reuniting show are being donated to the family of John Knowles ("Billy" in Gods Cowboys). John's wife Ronelle has malignant cancer that is incurable, meaning lot's of uncertainty up ahead. The funds are being raised so so they and their 4 children (aged 8 to 13) can have some resources to find time to create some joy together.
Along with dozens of music placements in TV and films Smash Mob is best known for writing the theme song for the History Channel Show Alone, as well as their dance floor stomping remix of the Wonder Woman theme song from the 70’s TV show. Smash Mob’s music can be heard on TV shows including Young Sheldon, LA To Vegas, Animal Planet - Rabid, Bravo - Southern Charm, History Channel - Forged in Fire, Catfish, Discovery - Bad Blood, Discovery - Evil Stepmothers, Discovery - I Am Homicide, CBS Sports, MTV - Suspect, Amazon - Forged in Fire, E-Stewarts and Hamiltons, E- Dash Dolls, and MTV - True Life.
Along with music for film and TV, Smash Mob also produces music singles and music videos for other performing artists. Smash Mob music videos and singles are available at SmashMobMusic.com website as well as the SmashMobMusic channel on Youtube.
Smash Mob is the teaming of the veteran performer, songwriter, producer, award-winning filmmaker/screenwriter, Rogala (lead vocalist for EXUDE and NC-17) and performer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, Eldridge.