Jam-packed with gunfights, a hangin', a half-million-dollar bank heist, saloon girls and cowhands, a good-hearted Madam, hilarious dialogue and a wagonload of strummable, hummable tunes, The Singin' Cowboy
tells the tale of how the Singin' Cowboy tames the fierce Tumbleweed Tammy and converts her gang of outlaws to the ways of goodness.
Singin', as he's usually called, is the finest shot and the best musician in the Wild Wild West. When Singin' is captured by Tumbleweed Tammy and her ragtag band of bandits, they force him to help them pull off Tammy's biggest caper yet -- stealing a half-million-dollar payroll from the safe down at the town saloon. One by one, however, Singin' converts Tammy's gang from a life of thievin' and killin' to a life of song and harmony -- using nothing but his innate musical talents and his aw-shucks charm. Even his aptly named horse, Tempo, gets in on the act.
Sidesaddle Sal, Cookie and Preacher quickly all succumb to our hummin' heroes charisma. That leaves only Spade -- Tammy's bumbling right-hand man -- and the orneriest bandit in the West, Tumbleweed Tammy herself. Despite the fact that she and Singin' are on opposite sides of the law, his croonin' has got even her swoonin' too.
Meanwhile, the town's sheriff, Cyrus Potts, is forced to do his sworn duty and hang his best friend Singin' for taking part in the robbery. The whole town turns out for the hangin', and the weather is just perfect. Has Singin' sung his last stanza? One thing's for sure: your audience will go home singin' the foot-stompin', shoot-em-up saloon and trail songs as well as the tender ballads from The Singin' Cowboy
"The Singin' Cowboy takes a fresh approach to an old tale... I'll be ding-danged if you don't have a good time." Michigan City News Dispatch