Happy New Year!
Happy New Year from all of us at OutlawsMusic.com.
We look forward to seeing you in 2015!
The Outlaws Join Charlie Daniels for the 2015 Volunteer Jam
Charlie Daniels is bringing back the legendary “Volunteer Jam,” which began on October 14, 1974, at War Memorial Auditorium when Daniels and his friends recorded live versions of “Orange Blossom Special” and “No Place To Go” for the The Charlie Daniels Band’s FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN album. Over the last 40 years, thousands have enjoyed the historic event known as “The Volunteer Jam”. The Volunteer Jam 40th Anniversary celebration will take place at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 12, 2015, to raise awareness and funds for The Journey Home Project and The Nashville Predators Foundation.
Joining Charlie Daniels for this one night only event in Music City include: The Outlaws, Billy Ray Cyrus, Travis Tritt, Kentucky Headhunters, Montgomery Gentry and Lee Roy Parnell. More artists will be announced at a later date!
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Remembering Billy Jones
Today would have been Billy Jones' 65th Birthday and we remember him and his immense contribution to the Outlaws. We miss our bandmate and our old friend.
The Outlaws Help A Friend
The Outlaws are playing in Nashville, TN. 7pm Tuesday night at Acme Feed & Seed on lower Broadway by special request for our good friend and former tour director Robin Majors. Robin is one of the most personable charismatic entertainment professionals that I know. I met Robin in 1977 when he was mixing monitors for Marshal Tucker, and he has done so much for so many since then. He has been through a very difficult liver transplant which has cost him and his family much. Please come and take this opportunity to help a friend......
p.s. Our friend Billy Crain will be joining us for the entire show. Come and "Feel The Heat"
The Eternal Flame
Because of the current band's commitment, the bright light of Hughie's musical legacy burns bright today on the seventh anniversary of his passing. We miss our "Man Of The Hour".....Henry Paul