Retro Hits Tributes

Outlaw country is a subgenre of American country music, most popular during the 1970s and early-1980s, sometimes referred to as the outlaw movement or simply outlaw music. The music has its roots in earlier subgenres like honky tonk and rockabilly and is characterized by a blend of rock and folk rhythms, country instrumentation and introspective lyrics. – Wiki

“All those songs are totally timeless. They’ll always stand up because they came from a real place. They weren’t crafted songs. They were written from the heart.” – Shooter Jennings

Bad Hombres – Outlaw Country
  • 01

    Nashville Wimmin

    by Waylon Jennings Bad Hombres

  • 02

    Three Dimes Down

    by The Driveby Truckers Bad Hombres

  • 03

    Good Hearted Woman

    by Waylon Jennings Bad Hombres

  • 04

    Big River

    by Johnny Cash Bad Hombres

  • 05

    Folsom Prison Blues

    by Johnny Cash Bad Hombres

  • 06

    Boy Named Sue

    by Johnny Cash Bad Hombres

  • 07

    Stay All Night

    by Willie Nelson Bad Hombres

  • 08

    Family Tradition

    by Hank Williams Bad Hombres

  • 09

    Cinnamon Girl - Are You Ready For the Country

    by Neil Young Bad Hombres

  • 10

    Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down

    by Merle Haggard Bad Hombres

“Thank you to the Bad Hombres for their generous support as my daughter participated in the Valley Center Rodeo Queen pageant. Their outlaw country vibe kept us going strong when it mattered most. Their country music is the perfect pair with the heart of the rodeo lifestyle.” – Jessica Perpetua