The Cowsills are an American singing group from Newport, Rhode Island, six siblings noted for performing professionally and singing harmonies at an early age, later with their mother. The band was formed in early 1965 by brothers Bill , Bob, and Barry Cowsill; their brother John joined shortly thereafter.
From the upcoming autumn release, “Rhythm of the World“, The Cowsills want to share some observations about what’s going on in the world right now. Our song, “Nuclear Winter” sounds the alarm. No one seems to be addressing this musically right now. This is scary stuff and The Cowsills want to let everyone hear “
The Cowsills is the eponymous debut album by American pop group and family the Cowsills. The first single from the album was " The Rain, The Park & Other Things ", which reached No. 2 on the Billboard pop chart .
She asks him whyWhy I'm a hairy guyI'm hairy noon and nighty-night nightMy hair is a frightI'm hairy high and lowBut don't ask me why'Cause he don't knowIt's...
10.08.2011 · Family Band: The Cowsills Story: Directed by Bill Filipiak, Louise Palanker. With Bill Cowsill, Bob Cowsill, Richard Cowsill, Paul Cowsill. The story of the real-life family pop group consisting of six kids and their mother that inspired TV's "Partridge Family".
"The Rain, the Park & Other Things" is a psychedelic pop song with music and lyrics co-written by Artie Kornfeld and Steve Duboff. It was recorded by the pop...
The wholesome Cowsills hosted their own NBC-TV special and even became spokespersons for the American Dairy Association, appearing in milk commercials and print ads. They also recorded the popular TV theme to the comedy anthology Love, American Style (1969).