The best description of the musical attitude and style of this band can be summed up by the phrase 'Old-School Country'. When you hear them play, it's hard to miss this band's biggest country influences such as Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Patsy Cline. During live shows, the band offers up a mixture of modern country, classic country, Texas rock, and their original songs, always incorporating varying tempos and styles to keep the dancing crowd on their toes. Some crowd favorites include Folsom Prison Blues, Seminole Wind, I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink, and Texas When I Die. They're just as capable of performing Texas artists' hits such as Kevin Fowler's Ain't Drinkin' Anymore as they are of belting out Haggard's Workin' Man Blues. This band is all about entertaining, having a great time, and bringing the crowd into the experience with them.
Last Call Outlaws has had the privilege of opening for acts such as Gene Watson, T. Graham Brown, Billy Joe Shaver, and Paula Nelson. Their debut CD, Socially Unacceptable, released in 2010, includes only original tunes, written and performed by the band. Their second record, Whiskey Brown Sky, was released in 2012, and is an eclectic mix of original tunes - country, rock, and blues.
With such a diverse set list that includes their original tunes, current and classic country hits, and the traditional and newer Texas rock songs thrown in, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more entertaining group of musicians.
For booking information call: Todd Bonner (903) 431-6506 or
Beth Matlock (903) 738-9624