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Cougar Express

Cougar Express

Rock / Blues / Awesome Louisville, KY  US


  • 2012

    Mar 22

    Louisville, KY, US | 9:00pm
  • 2011

    Sep 3

    Louisville, KY, US | 9:00pm
  • 2011

    Aug 11

    DeKalb, IL, US | 8:00pm

    Your Dukes - Trophy Wives (Kentucky) - 33,45,78 - Cougar Express

  • 2011

    Jul 29

    Louisville, KY, US | 8:00pm

    Curt Brewer - Kentucky Knife Fight - The Local Villians - Cougar Express

  • 2011

    Jun 17

    Whitesburg, KY, US | 7:00pm



Bio: In a mere two years, Cougar Express has become a locally well-known rock 'n roll band with a solid reputation of being easy-going and talented musicians who are proud to be loud. All stemming from Louisville, these good ol' Kentucky boys are passionate about their American style that leaves thei...See Full Bio




"...but what really knocked my hair back was the way too loud, and strangely sexy Cougar Express. these boys were so loud that people on the street a block away followed the sound to the roof like a snake to St. Patrick. They have been making waves around town lately, and it's no wonder with their dueling axe solos like Black Sabbath and Fog Hat beating each other to death in a heart shaped bed with satin sheets. this distorted sultry sound in no short way draws in the peeps, as well as more high heels and shorty shorts than i've seen in a long time. And as no surprise, there was more real live cougars there than at ladies night at Jim porter's. Guitarist Bob Scott says he has no idea why the cougars started popping up to their shows, and that the name Cougar Express and the Cougar outpouring is a coincidence, and the name was supposed to just sound super american. either way, they have the sound to melt panties, and that sound doesn't care who's panties they are.

— John King, 37 Flood

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