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Southern Rock Romance – Outlaws on Today’s Vault

Photo by Carl Lender

Old Tampa, Florida band The Outlaws will shine up their axes for today’s Vinyl Vault, the band that did Green Grass and High Tides and Ghost Riders in the Sky.  They were known right from the starting gate in 1975 with the debut, at first, getting attention with the single There Goes Another Love Song (today’s track), followed by some others.  The late Hughie Thomasson‘s smooth monotone voice seemed like one of the band’s trademarks, along with all those wonderful guitars.  Out of town?  Listen live on-line around 5:20pm.

Thomasson, left.

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