Legacy Live 17 Tour
Special Announcement! The Outlaws are hitting the road on the "Legacy Live 17" tour and they're coming to a city near you! Watch the special video message from Monte Yoho below. Additional dates coming soon! Be sure to check the tour schedule for more info. #LegacyLive17
2/3 - Ringle, WI @ The Q & Z Expo Center
2/9 - Estero, FL @ Germain Arena
2/10 - Pompano Beach, FL @ Pompano Beach Amphitheater - The Amp
2/12 - Key West, FL @ Key West Theater
4/20 - Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Theatre
4/29 - Hopewell, VA @ The Beacon Theatre
4/30- Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
6/25 - Augusta, NJ @ Rock Ribs and Ridges
8/12 - Peekskill, NY @ Paramount Hudson Valley
9/30 - Saint Charles, MO @ Family Arena
“A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT”
For The Outlaws, it´s always about the music. Especially live music! For more than 40 years, the southern rock legend has celebrated triumphs, endured tragedies and survived legal nightmares to remain one of the most influential and best-loved bands of the genre. It’s a band of brothers bound together by history, harmony and the road. It’s about a group that respects its own legacy while refusing to be defined by its past. But most of all, it’s about playing live, playing for their audience. The sextet proves just how well this combination works with Legacy Live, its brand-new double live CD, scheduled for release on 11 November 2016 (US/Canada: 18 November 2016) on Steamhammer/SPV. “I want people to hear this album and see our show and realize that The Outlaws are still there,” says founding member and front man Henry Paul. “Our goal is to unite the fans and bring the group back into the limelight.” Legacy Live consists of two CDs, full to the brim with classics such a ´There Goes Another Love Song`, ´(Ghost) Riders In The Sky`, ´Green Grass & High Tides Forever` and ´Freeborn Man` as well as more recent material like ´It´s About Pride`, ´Hidin` Out In Tennessee` and ´So Long`. A total of 20 songs, every one of which proves: the gritty southern rock by The Outlaws mark 2016 is as intense and passionate as it’s always been.
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Join The Outlaws for the 2016 Rock Legends Cruise
Join The Outlaws for the 2016 Rock Legends Cruise! Cruise in style (1/21/16) with Royal Caribbean out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Cabins are close to selling out - so click here now to make your reservation!
Outlaws announced as Lilac Festival Headliner
The 117th edition of the Rochester Lilac Festival takes place on Friday, May 8, through Sunday, May 17 and today the full music lineup was announced.
“It’s always a delight to plan the musical lineup for the Rochester Lilac Festival,” said Jeff Springut, festival producer and president of the Springut Group, Inc. “It’s a wide-open canvas, a free stage that goes from 10:30 in the morning until 8:30 in the evening. It’s a pleasure to have this opportunity to bring in some of the best touring musicians in the country.” For more information click here.
Southern rock legends The Outlaws
ZBTB: Zac Brown Tribute Band
Top 40 sensation The Psychedelic Furs
The young Philadelphia rockers Dr. Dog
California crossover band Cracker
The Grammy Award-winning band Blues Traveler
Rusted Root, a Lilac Festival favorite
Mingo Fishtrap, a Texas band with a Memphis sound
Blues master Charlie Musselwhite
Chart-topping blues musician Ana Popovic
Henry Paul On The Outlaws, Blackhawk, and a Lifetime of Great Music
Courtesy - Swampland.com
by Michael Buffalo Smith
He was a member of the legendary Southern Rock band The Outlaws, He also scored big with his own Henry Paul Band, and as a member of Top 40 country band Blackhawk. Now, Henry Paul is touring and recording with a new set of Outlaws, as well as assembling a new Blackhawk record that will feature some of his classic rock pals. Life is good for the Florida rocker. We caught up with Henry for this long awaited GRITZ interview.
I know you were born in New York. You moved to Florida at a really young age, right?
I was eight. I was in third grade. I’ll never forget it. It was great man, (laughs) it was like culture shock. I mean, I come from a working family farm that grew a thousand acres of sweet corn. We’d hire 70 migrant workers to go into the field and care for it. When I got to Florida my parents split. My mom packed her stuff up in her 1957 Oldsmobile and we drove down 301 to Lakeland. I kept thinking to myself that there were going to be like indians and natives in the jungle down there. I wasn’t that far off. (Laughs) The obvious emotional issues on the table were large. But getting there and being turned loose in the orange groves and the phosphate pits and the many, many lakes and fishing - it was huge. It was also an unusual time in our country. Segregation was front and center. Nobody was pulling punches. It was very graphic and clear where people stood. That was a shock to me, because where I came from we didn’t see much of that.