Johnny Cash: Ultimate Gospel

September 27, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Seems no matter what live show one attends these days, somebody’s covering Johnny Cash.  Usually it’s “Folsom Prison Blues,” which by now has more lives and versions than David Allan Coe’s “Take This Job and […]

Dawn’s Early Apocalypse

September 26, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Hell’s bells, Matthew Grimm is back and with a vengeance.  You remember Matthew, co-founder of the legend-spawning Hangdogs, don’t you?  That New York band with Texas ties that turned out consistent rockers fueled by burning […]

Mark David Manders: Cannonball

September 26, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Here’s a record from one of Texas’ best-kept little secrets, and one of the absolute best of the state’s working three-name songwriters.  Jerry Jeff Walker’s grown tired and irrelevant while happily counting his mounds of […]

Jackson Taylor: Dark Days

September 26, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

August, 2007 was a turning point in the history of country music. Maybe you didn’t notice, and that’d just make you like most other folks around. But mark the date and check back in a […]

Calibama Angel

September 24, 2011 Outlaw_Magazine 0

Tonya Watts. Movie star looks. Homeless advocate. Rock and roller. Country girl. Hollywood glam from Alabam.  You can’t really sum up Tonya Watts in a simple description. She’s too complex, too multitfaceted to really paint the […]

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