Kenny, the cowboy is out west, maybe in Nevada. He is happy and doesn’t have a care in the world. He is an artist and energetic and attracts the attention of all the audience when he performs. Right now, he is practicing before his next performance. His hair is tossled and he’s very pale and very neat looking. This is his job, performing for others. He seems to young to be a family man - just an aspiring guitar player, trying to imitate other guitar players. He is like our buddy, Billy Lake, who is a cowboy and plays music, too. Kenny doesn’t actually look like a cowboy, just an electric guitar player. Maybe he’s trying to escape because it is rather flamboyant.
Kenny is camping out west with his horse named Charlie or maybe his name is Dick. They just came from another show. There aren’t any other people out here. There is no audience here but you can see a building way in the background. He has supplies on his horse and he is patiently standing by. Maybe the horse is wondering what he’s doing out there. His horse doesn’t want to wait while Kenny jumps around. Charlie or Dick is thinking to himself “I wish he would hurry up!” Kenny takes good care of his horse.
Kenny is the guitar player of the future. He’s headed to Nashville because that’s where the theatrical performers are from. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Kenny knows he is going to be spectacular, but he has to tell his horse to stay still while he performs. He is a tough performer.
He might win a Grammy for his performance and a lot of money. Kenny looks like a show off. He looks very self satisfied by the expression on his face. His friends don’t mind because they are used to him. He’s not exactly shy. He has a pretty good opinion of himself because he’s an entertainer. I hope he has a wife to go home to.