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Shooter Jennings

The only son of country legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Shooter Jennings literally spent his childhood on a tour bus. Born Waylon Albright Jennings, Shooter was playing drums by the time he was five years old and had already begun taking piano lessons, only to break them off and follow his own path to an understanding of the instrument. He discovered guitar at 14 and rock & roll (particularly Southern rock and the loose-limbed hard rock of Guns N' Roses) at 16. Soon he moved from Nashville to L.A., where he assembled a rock band called Stargunn. Stargunn earned a strong local reputation for its live shows, and enjoyed a six- or seven-year run on the L.A. circuit before Jennings rediscovered his outlaw country roots and dissolved the band.

After a short stay in New York, where Jennings assembled material for a country project, he returned to L.A. and put together a second band -- this time with solid country roots -- which he named the .357s. Jennings and the band holed up in the studio, eventually emerging with a rambunctious country album called Put the O Back in Country, which was released in 2005 on Universal South Records. Following in his father's footsteps, but with his own feisty, scrappy sense of country, Jennings placed himself in a fine position to both explore that legacy and carve out his own. A second album, Electric Rodeo (which was actually recorded before Put the O Back in Country), appeared in 2006, followed by a live set, Live at Irving Plaza, later in the year. Jennings' third solo effort, The Wolf, was released in October 2007, featuring a cover of Dire Straits' "Walk of Life" (whose composer, Mark Knopfler, had been a longtime family friend). A month later, Jennings became a father. His girlfriend, actress Drea De Matteo, gave birth to Alabama Gypsy Rose in November. He proposed to De Matteo in 2009 on-stage in Utica, New York. He renamed his backing band Hierophant for his fourth studio album, Black Ribbons, a concept record produced by Dave Cobb. It appeared early in 2010. Later in the year, the album was re-released in a special edition entitled Black Ribbons: The Living Album. The second version was sold on a USB flash drive in the shape of a tarot card. It featured the studio record and live performances by Hierophant. In early 2011, Jennings and blogger Adam Sheets came up with the idea of creating XXX, a new radio format that would focus on insurgent country, rock, and hybrids of both, from new and established artists, that fell far outside the narrow conceits of mainstream radio and were thus ignored. It gained traction and a channel on Sirius/XM where both men served as program hosts. Jennings also moved to New York City with De Matteo. He and pianist Erik Deutsch formed a new band called the Triple Crown, and he became a father for the second time in April, to Waylon Albert "Blackjack" Jennings.

In urgent fashion, Jennings and the Triple Crown began recording; they released the video/download-only single "Outlaw You," his screed against the country music establishment. It reached the top spot on CMT's daily audience request competition and stayed there until a dispute with his former label dictated it be removed. The first official single from the forthcoming album, "The Deed and the Dollar," again reached the top spot in the daily CMT request competition. Jennings' fifth album, Family Man, followed soon after in March of 2012 -- minus "Outlaw You."

His next album, The Other Life, was released a year later on his own Black Country Rock label; it featured guest appearances from Patty Griffin, Scott H. Biram, and Jim Dandy of Black Oak Arkansas. The Other Live, Jennings' second live album, recorded during his 2013 tour and featuring many of the songs from The Other Life, appeared early in 2014, again from Black Country Rock. In 2013, BCR also released an EP in which Jennings performed a dark and atmospheric reworking of "You Are My Sunshine" with Jamey Johnson and former Marilyn Manson guitarist Twiggy Ramirez that was originally recorded for the television series Sons of Anarchy. 2014 saw the release of an EP, Don't Wait Up (For George), a tribute to his longtime friend George Jones. ~ Steve Leggett & Thom Jurek, Rovi
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Track List: The White Trash Song (Single)

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Track List: Wild & Lonesome (Single)

Comments

Thank God for shooter and other modern day country OUTLAWS like Hank Williams III and Ziggy pockets!! They are doing what the old outlaws did in the 60's and 70's...savin g us from this Bullshit country POP music..
Or POP music with a fake exaggerated accent!! God bless the new outlaws!!
nicko252008
This guy is the REAL deal. Rock on shooter!!
He's a good looking guy.
4th of July : GOOD SONG
real music..every t h i n g thing he does is awesome
great album
Shooter, would hear and see you playing and singing in your dads tour bus when passing though Seymour,Texa s ( B a y l o r county)as i was walking on main.I was small-town baseball football star.yes,bro t h e r its great to be a star.
An overlooked outlaw talent. I ran into his Dad's bass player in a small town bar in Idaho on a canoe trip. Got a ride back to the truck from him which took about 5 hours.
NEED MORE LIKE EMM
Shooter is my frickin idol
The future of country.
Great singer/songw r i t e r #waylonforev e r
Check out my Dick...
doin his ole man proud
Put the O Back in Country. That's filthy. Rock on Shooter.
shanda.frank 2
4th of July is an awesome song! Everytime I hear it, it makes me smile~ :)
Shooter is great. but your comparisons are missing one.... Willie
i love who put the O back in country i play that album at least once a day from start to finish
dude shooter is a bad mo fo but he's made 2 more albums since 2007 . time 2 update
knroth
One of my top five musical artists
1cfc
Saw Shooter with Willie in New Hampshire at Medowbrook, great show, hope he comes back
this song makes me misty!
Awesome , I love that Texas sound....
his latest suff with hierophant I.M.O is his his best work
By him keeping the outlaw spirit of his father and pals alive, Shooter has given the world a better alternative than contemporary (i.e. "Sand in my Vagina") top 40 country.
Shooter!
megandorgan
Just heard Southern Comfort for the first time. It's more like, putting the O in Oh, This Song Sucks!!!! How disappointin g !
psiebenthal
When will Pandora upload Black Ribbons?
keep rockin shooter love ypur music hell ya hope to see you in funky town(fort worth) soon
He did play the role of his dad Waylon in Walk the Line.(for Withfield) I love his music The apple didn't fall far from the tree, for sure.
chadidaslech t a
glad to see u have the talent like youre pap dig all your music keep on from ark fn sas
I know a guy that we called Breeze that looks like Shooter
anybody want a good time out... go see the WAYLON ALBRIGHT JENNINGS in concert. and tell me that at a straight SHOOTER>
i saw shooter in concert last year and got to meet him and it was so freakin awesome. he is a great guy and his music is like none i have heard before.
shooter jennings sucks! please don't play him ever again.
jayespangler
Like father - like son .. I am a believer .... Shooter Jennings sounds more like his dad with every recording . Thanks Shooter and Pandora
NOTHING like Southern Rock...
Carry the torch man!! I grew up on your dad's music and the crap on the radio today ain't country. Check out "Outlaw Song" by a band from Columbus,O. It's on myspace/herb a n d f i l . I hope that's the right link. I saw these guys and they are really good. This song should be picked up by a national artist!!!
whitfield00
Shooter puts on a great show! Can't wait to see him again next year!!
THE WOLF was one of my top albums for 2007...and I still listen to him all the time.
By no comparison as good as the old man but talented none the less.
happyhulse
I love Shooter Jennings! Thank God his mother and fathers' talent was instilled in him. Would love to see his band in person
I love SHOOTER JENNINGS!! This is like the cd that never leaves my car!!
weinfsco
one thing missing from the bio: didn't he play the role of his father in "Walk the Line" with Joachim Phoenix?
just as good as the old man
SHOOTER ROCKS
Good stuff. Love al of his work.
Waylon must be proud , shooter does it his way just like his dad did !
Love this guy, I have always swayed towards the artist who didn't folow the line! He does that and has tons of class, not trash, heavy on the cool factor for sure!

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