Originally Posted by bucksfan2
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.
Keene, Ingram and the Robison brothers are exactly what you describe, not really country (flavored with country though) they almost tour exclusively in Texas and are to colleges (and frat boys) there the equal to jam bands throughout the nation in their popularity.
They aren't classic Willie no, but they are as you say fun and don't suck.