Inaugural Outlaw Fest 2014 In Pictures
This past weekend from October 9th thru 12th was the inaugural gathering of Outlaw Fest at Edge Hill Farms in Oakland, Kentucky. Despite passing rain showers throughout the weekend and the linchpin of the festival Marty Shine having a health setback that sidelined him for most of the event, according to festival goers a good time was had by all, and festival sidekick Kenneth Marr made sure the entire presentation went off without a hitch.
The SteelDrivers – and Mike Fleming and Gary Nichols
Though inclement weather kept Billy Joe Shaver from attending the event as planned, the weekend was packed with “Outlaw” talent which included 3rd generation artists such as Whey Jennings and Raelyn Nelson, modern day headliners like The SteelDrivers and The Dallas Moore Band, and a host of other artists who entertained patrons between rain clouds.
Below is a selection from the over 1,700 pictures taken by Cathy Pippin, aka VintageQueen54 during the weekend.
See All The Outlaw Fest 2014 Photos
Vintage Queen is also in the process of loading up videos from the weekend.
Whey Jennings (Grandson of Waylon)
Raelyn Nelson (Granddaughter of Willie Nelson)
The SteelDrivers – Brent Truitt
The Steeldrivers – Tammy Rogers
The SteelDrivers – Gary Nichols
The SteelDrivers – and Mike Fleming and Gary Nichols
The SteelDrivers – Richard Bailey
Master of Ceremonies – Gordon “Big G” Ames
Mr. Bandana & Big G
The Urban Pioneers
2 Country 4 Nashville
Pure Grain – Scott Siefferman
Pure Grain – Michelle D’Amico
JB Beverley of the Wayward Drifters
The Dallas Moore Band
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October 17, 2014 @ 2:03 pm
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October 17, 2014 @ 3:13 pm
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October 17, 2014 @ 5:40 pm
Actually – not a virus – but also not your fault, so I apologize for putting it on you initially! I reacted too quickly due to my really being tired of that crap everywhere I go.
It was a random ad placed in your top banner, by google I’m guessing. It was an overlay ad triggered by the banner. If it ever pops up again, I’ll send you a screenshot of it – I should have grabbed one before…
October 17, 2014 @ 5:50 pm
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October 17, 2014 @ 7:03 pm
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October 17, 2014 @ 3:16 pm
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October 17, 2014 @ 3:40 pm
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October 17, 2014 @ 6:46 pm
October 17, 2014 @ 6:48 pm
Looks like the previous article (on Hank Williams) is not accepting comments.
This is the third time I am posting this, and I hope it finally goes through!
Are you planning to review The Band Perry’s version of “Gentle on My Mind”. I was quite shocked (in a positive way) when I heard the song on the radio today.
October 17, 2014 @ 7:12 pm
I’m not sure what would be precluding you from leaving comments on any article. Everything looks fine here.
I was not planning to review The Band Perry’s “Gentle On My Mind,” but never say never.
October 17, 2014 @ 8:49 pm
Everything going on with Glen Campbell right now is so sad. But it is heartening to see his music reaching a wider audience due to the new documentary ‘I’ll Be Me’ and it’s soundtrack. The Band Perry actually have a history with Campbell and their version is very respectful.
Also Campbell’s final recording ‘I’m Not Gonna Miss You’ is very touching and has returned him to the country chart for the first time in years.
Glen Campbell played a very important role in growing country music not only through his songs but his TV show as well and it’s nice to see him honored for that.
October 17, 2014 @ 8:43 pm
I would’ve liked to seen Honkeytonk Hustlas or just T. Junior at an event like that. He seems to be musically dormant at least since I’ve been following him on twitter.
October 21, 2014 @ 10:26 am
What does anyone know of Whey Jennings? First I’ve heard of him. Obviously we know Shooter, there was an article of Waylon’s grandson that is into hip-hop scene some time ago, but never heard of Whey??
Good line up for this. I’m be interested to see who attends next year and might plan to go.
October 21, 2014 @ 10:35 am
Since there’s no recorded music out there on him just yet, he’s still sort of an unknown quantity at this point. He doesn’t play any instruments, only sings, but the people I speak to say he’s got a good presence and that he’s a good dude. This may just be a side pursuit for him, or it may be years before he takes it more seriously. We’ll just have to see. Here’s a cool video: