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  1. Spencer P. Jones. Sacred Cowboys are an Australian post-punk and rock band formed by mainstay Garry Gray, as lead singer-songwriter, and Mark Ferrie in 1982. The line-up has changed as the group splintered and reformed several times, being active from 1982 to 1985, 1987 to 1991, 1994 to 1997 and 2006 to 2008.

    • 1982–1985, 1987–1991, 1994–1997, 2006–2008
    • White, Mushroom, New Rose, Festival, Man Made, Citadel, Siren, Greasy Pole, Shock, Bang!
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  3. 20/07/2021 · The Sacred Cowboys are a band that began in Melbourne, Australia in 1982. There has been numerous incarnations of the band from that time up until the present. The one constant has been vocalist and lyricist Garry Gray. Other members over the years have included Mark Ferrie (bass, guitar), T… read more

  4. Sacred Cowboys. The Sacred Cowboys were a post-punk band originating in Melbourne Australia, active in the 80's and intermittently since then, and still occasionally revived. The band has had numerous members, the sole constant being vocalist Garry Gray, formerly a member of The Reals and The Negatives. The original Sacred Cowboys lineup, as ...

  5. SEE SACRED COWBOYS is still doing great with Americana Radio! Our top airplay stations are Ocean Beach Radio/Newport, OR, WHAY/Whitley City, KY and WETS/Johnson City, TN, with a bump coming this week at KBSO/Corpus Christi, TX! Our top airplay tracks from SEE SACRED COWBOYS are “Backslider’s Boogie” and “Belly Full of Drinkin’.”

  6. The ‘Sacred Cowboys’ began playing inner city Melbourne in early 1982. Within six months, the ‘Cowboys’ signed with Mushroom/White Label and recorded the ‘Nothing Grows In Texas’ single. After their so-called ‘legendary performance’ on Molly Meldrum’s Countdown pop TV show on the ABC, Molly said, “This is the worst group I’ve seen in 5 years.”

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