All The Songs & Artists Featured on ‘Yellowstone’ Season 2

Season 2 of the Paramount Network’s original television series Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner just wrapped Wednesday night (8-28) with a wild series finale, and now fans of the show will begin the long wait until the confirmed 3rd season. In the meantime the series provided a ton of music and artists for fans of the show to explore, especially throughout the country and roots realm, and especially artists that the mainstream often ignores. Many television series and movies have featured cool independent country artists in passing, but the commitment the producers of Yellowstone have shown is nearly unprecedented. And the success of the show has also resulted in deserved attention for the songs and artists featured. This summer it was the most popular show on cable TV.

Below is a full list of all the songs and artists highlighted during the 10 episodes of Yellowstone Season 2, including Blackberry Smoke being featured eight times, Ryan Bingham (who also plays a character in the show) featured multiple times, along with the Turnpike Troubadours, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Tyler Childers, Mandolin Orange, Casey Donahew, Kacey Musgraves, Whiskey Myers (who received a big boost from the show during the first season), and many more.

Yellowstone centers around the famous American National Park and the conflicts that arise between the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, an Indian reservation, land developers, and the park itself. It was created by Taylor Sheridan who is originally from Texas, and made a name developing Sons of Anarchy, as well as the movie Hell or High Water, both of which featured lots of independent and classic country music as well. Sheridan is given credit by many for revitalizing the modern Western.

Episode 1 – A Thundering

  • “What Comes Naturally” – Blackberry Smoke (Cowboy looking for work)
  • “Hear You Call” – APM – (Jamie orders coffee)
  • “My Diamond Is Too Rough” – Ryan Bingham (Walker plays the song at lunch)
  • “Conquer” – Kind (Beth and Bob at restaurant)
  • “Ain’t Much Left of Me” – Blackberry Smoke (In the bunkhouse)
  • “Mud” – Whiskey Myers (In the ranch arena)
  • “Long Hot Summer Day” – Turnpike Troubadours (Bar fight scene)
  • “Workin’ Overtime” – Lainey Wilson (In the bar)

Episode 2 – New Beginnings

  • “Breakdown in G Major” – Eliot Bronson (Stringing barbed wire fencing)
  • “Bread & Water” – Ryan Bingham (Walker playing guitar)

Episode 3 – The Reek of Desperation

  • “Here & Gone” – Mississippi Twilight (Wranglers herd cattle)
  • “Montana Melody” – LeGrande Harvey (In campaign video)
  • “Fire” – Bad Flamingo – (At the bar)
  • “Summer of Love” – Bad Flamingo (At the bar)
  • “Up To No Good Livin’” – Chris Stapleton (At the store shopping for meth supplies)
  • “Train Rollin’” – Blackberry Smoke (In the truck)
  • “Whiskey and You” – Chris Stapleton (End credits)

Episode 4 – Only Devils Left

  • “Hills and Valleys” – Jason Rebello (At sporting club)
  • “Johnny Cash (Man in Black)” – Badd Wolf (Beating up Jimmy’s dad)
  • “Last of My Kind” – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (End credits)

Episode 5 – Touching Your Enemy

  • “Nose to the Grindstone” – Tyler Childers (Flashback)
  • “S.O.B.” – Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats (Flashback to the bunkhouse)
  • “Never Be Ourselves” – Savannah Conley (Flashback to teenage years)
  • “Reaper” – Wild The Coyote, Bad Wold (Learning about Indian relay races)
  • “Good One Comin’ On” – Blackberry Smoke (At the arena)
  • “Scare The Devil Outta You” – Blackberry Smoke (At the arena)
  • “Welcome ‘Round Here” – The Marcus King Band (At the arena)
  • “Shakin’ Hands with the Holy Ghost” – Blackberry Smoke (At the arena)
  • “Drank like Hank” – Brothers Osborne (At the arena)
  • “Prayers” – Pete Sands (Ending credits)

Episode 6 – Blood The Boy

  • “Pearl Snaps” – Jason Boland and the Stragglers (At the rodeo song #1)
  • “Start To Go” – Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real (At the rodeo song #2)
  • “Deep Down in the South” – Whiskey Myers (At the rodeo song #3)
  • “Waiting on the Thunder” – Blackberry Smoke (At the rodeo song #4)
  • “Headstone” – Whiskey Myers (At the rodeo song #5)
  • “Take This Heart of Gold” – Mandolin Orange (Jimmy wins rodeo)
  • “All I Know” – William Prince (Start of the day)
  • “The Killer” – Jaida Dreyer (End credits)

Episode 7 – Resurrection Day

  • “Outlaw Shit” – Waylon Jennings (Getting ready for the day)
  • “I Hurt Too” – Katie Herzig (Monica and Kayce talk)
  • “Lucky Seven” – Blackberry Smoke (Playing poker)
  • “Slow Burn” – Kacey Musgraves (Monica and Kayce together)
  • “White Trash Story” – Casey Donahew (Playing poker)
  • “Evening Blues” – William Wild (On the roof)
  • “Old Man” – Wild The Coyote, Badd Wolf (John and Kayce talk)

Episode 8 – Behind Us Only Grey

  • “Alabama Pines”  – Jason Isbell (Getting ready in the morning)
  • “Save Your Soul” – Joey Stylez (On screen performance)
  • “Warpath” – Drezus (On screen performance)
  • “Repulsion – APM Music (In the trailer)
  • “Axe” – The Steel Woods (Ending Credits)

Episode 9 – Enemies By Monday

  • “Orange Bus” – Brock Tyler (At coffee shop)
  • “Love Someone” – Honey Country (In boutique)
  • “Under Your Influence” – Honey County (In boutique)
  • “That Would Be Alright” – Lincoln Grounds, Thomm Jutz (In boutique)
  • “Dreams and Gasoline” – Rob Baird (In the bar)
  • “Fast Stack” – William Wild” (Rip, Jimmy, and Lloyd together)
  • “You Can’t Bring Me Down” – Suicidal Tendencies (In the trailer)

Episode 10 – Sins of the Father

  • “Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore” – Chris Stapleton (Opening scene)
  • “The Weary Kind” – Ryan Bingham (Closing scene)

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