Originally Posted by westofyou
Texas "outlaw" country is really a genre all on its own, more country than alternative country and less musically layered than bands like Avettes and Mumford
More Waylon than anything else but still tasty in its own way, guys like Keene and Robison carrying the torch for guys like Jimmy Dale Gilmore and Townes
It wasn't necessarily a Texas "outlaw" country. It wasn't really even country with the exception of a little twang involved. Some guys were country, some were more rock, and a lot were hard to explain. Nevertheless nothing beats a day on the slopes followed by a few beers listening to live music.