I’m Not Homeless — I’m Domestically Challenged is done. I rewrote the entire book so it was legible to me, and then I read the poems on individual videos. Oscar Barrera helped with the videos. We shot them at a park in Burbank, California.
This poetry book of mine, will be the first book I get a writing credit as “Kung Fu Cowboy.” That’s who I am and especially who I was.
I feel a large change in my life. I’ve retired my black Kung Fu Cowboy hat I’ve worn since 2012.
This book is my story. This poetry book is my life. This handwritten book is my future. I hope you enjoy it.
Kung Fu Cowboy performs Los Angeles downtown nightclub.
Wow! What an odyssey!
It began in 2012 when Scott Karahadian drove down from Los Angeles to my house in San Diego. I signed away my life and Scott began the screenplay, Kung Fu Cowboy: Rock & Roll Movie 1.
Then after we finished the screenplay, I needed a theme song for the movie. Just like every James Bond movie has a theme song that’s super cool… The Kung Fu Cowboy movies will all have awesome inspiring and unique theme songs!!!
So what was this theme song going to be for Kung Fu Cowboy: Rock & Roll Movie 1? Well… we already had a great subtitle for the movie, Scorpion Resurrection. So I wrote the theme song for the movie, “Scorpion Resurrection.”
There’s a YouTube video of “Scorpion Resurrection” being performed by Kung Fu Cowboy (me).
CHECK IT OUT! >>>”Scorpion Resurrection” at YouTube. Ask Coyote where he got that hat…
I like this WordPress Theme. I haven’t mastered it yet, but it has some cool features. This is the fGymm theme.
I put some images as placeholders for the album covers and book covers in the right sidebar.
Shaolin Digital is rebuilding this website in WordPress.
Kung Fu Cowboy has hit WordPress. We are redesigning this website. Be patient… and then you give us some suggestions.