It’s called “Be Cowboy” and landed on music sites Friday.
The anthem will be officially launched Nov. 6-10 at the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, which will be televised by CBS.
In fact, Chevel is featured on two versions of the song, one in which she tackles it solo, one in which she duets with country singer Eddie Montgomery.
There are four versions of the anthem. Montgomery has also recorded a solo version and rockers Black Stone Cherry released a version as well.
“Anybody can be a cowboy, no matter age or gender,” Shepherd says in a press release announcing the news. “It’s all about heart and what you believe in.”
Country songwriter Wynn Varble wrote the song specifically for PBR.
Chevel sang the national anthem at one of the organization’s rodeos in New Mexico earlier this year and will perform at the World Finals on Nov. 7.
In case you missed the news, the 17-year-old has also been filming a movie called “Wildfire” that will be released next year. And Friday night, she opened for Maroon 5 at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Calif.
Here’s Chevel’s version of “Be Cowboy.”