“NOW That’s What I Call Music Outlaw Country” has released its first-ever NOW track featuring 18 classic songs.
Three Nashville music giants have joined forces to grace fans with a first edition “NOW That’s What I Call Music Outlaw Country” album.
“NOW That’s What I Call Music,” Universal Music Group Nashville, and Sony Music Nashville are behind the first installment of outlaw country under its brand. Everyone can finally enjoy the 18 classics that will have you putting the radio on repeat.
From Waylon Jennings, Chris Stapleton, Johnny Cash, and Miranda Lambert, the outlaw country stars are sure to be a hit for NOW.
It doesn’t matter if you are hip or old school, physical and digital purchases are available on “The NOW Outlaw Country” website, and vinyl will be available on April 16th.
‘NOW Outlaw’ Country Hits
Here are the classics that you won’t be able to keep from singing, featured on the track.
Chris Stapleton- Traveller
Jamey Johnson- High Cost Of Living
Steve Earle- Copperhead Road
Miranda Lambert- Kerosene
Travis Tritt- T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Billy Joe Shaver- I Been To Georgia On A Fast Train
Johnny Cash- Folsom Prison Blues (Live)
The Charlie Daniels Band- The Devil Went Down To Georgia
Johnny Paycheck- Take This Job and Shove It
Waylon Jennings- Ladies Love Outlaws
Kris Kristofferson- Help Me Make It Through The Night
Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson- Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
Tanya Tucker- Texas (When I Die)
Emmylou Harris- Bluebird Wine
Jerry Jeff Walker- Up Against The Wall, Redneck (Live)
David Allan Coe- The Ride
Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson- Pancho & Lefty
Guy Clark- Desperados Waiting For A Train
The iconic “NOW That’s What I Call Music” social media accounts posted an update on Friday about the highly anticipated release.
The music company is no stranger to releasing big albums. They are currently on their 77th hit that features all the top songs throughout the music industry. Furthermore, “NOW” has created over 100 spin-off albums that include country, workout, Christmas music, and many other music genres.
Additionally, “NOW That’s What I Call Music” has also given the spotlight to over 500 artists.
According to their website, “19 NOW albums have hit #1 on the Billboard Albums chart. (That’s more than any artist in history, with the exception of The Beatles!)
Talk about impressive!