Kats Goes Country

Bill Engvall sang and played with Austin Law as Gilley's at T.I. rejoiced in its own version of Cowboy Christmas, a party for rough-riding cowpokes.

Kats Goes Cowboy: If it's shots and beer and a mechanical bull, it must be Gilley's

December 10th, 2010

Bill Engvall sang and played with Austin Law as Gilley's at T.I. rejoiced in its own version of Cowboy Christmas, a party for rough-riding cowpokes.

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