George Cowgill

George Cowgill



George Cowgill is a second-generation firefighter for the great city of Birmingham. He also owns both locations of the Black Market Bar + Grill, where he occasionally bartends when there's a full moon. He was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama.

Cowgill sang for a punk band called Exhaust throughout the mid-nineties, touring America coast-to-coast for two years with a spitfire vengeance… sleeping in basements, backseats, and roach motels. Without question, it was the best time of his life.

He also owned a punk rock nightclub in the nineties called Unity 1605. It was strictly non-profit, and run in true D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) fashion.

In 2001 Cowgill wrote and directed the documentary “0274. Rezulin and the Death of Monica George”. The film

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