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Green Grass and High Tides on a Sunny Monday!

Tampa, Florida band The Outlaws made quite a mark during the 1970′s and 1980′s with their unique quasi southern rock, thanks in part to having the Ronnie Van Zant seal of approval.  He was involved from the near start doing what he could to get the band signed.  That happened in 1975 with the debut, still possibly their most requested and loved album, due to ‘Green Grass and High Tides’, the band’s popular concert closer even to this day.  Let’s crank it!  Out of town?  Listen live on-line.

The boys these days:

outlawsmusic.com

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