A Cowboy raps about hope while America prepares for change.




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Chris "Sandman" Sand is a Rappin' Cowboy from Dunn Center, North Dakota (population: 120 and shrinking). He drives a semi, plays the guitar and raps. He looks like Hank Williams but sings like Dr. Dre. Roll Out, Cowboy follows the 39-year-old country/hip-hop musician as he tours the American West during the 2008 Presidential election. Small town America isn't as conservative as we think. Written by Claire Suddath

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Documentary about performer, songwriter, singer rapper Chris Sand
1 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Roll-out, Cowboy is an incredibly well-done documentary about unknown performer Chris Sand. The documentary follows Sand, a talented and complex singer, songwriter, musician and rapper, from his home in North Dakota to a U.S. tour with his friends (a musical/comedy duo) back to North Dakota. Sand is a compelling subject for a documentary with an interesting and relatively liberal family in a not-so-liberal state. The other people in the film, including those in his home-town and the musical/comedy duo are surprisingly sincere and interesting, as well. The directors capture his life and tribulations, as well as those around him quite well. Never a dull moment makes Roll-out, Cowboy an entertaining documentary, and one that doesn't quiet lend a hint as to where Chris Sand my land, eventually.

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