The Outlaws Tickets
The Outlaws are famous for their southern rock sound for producing singles like, There Goes Another Love Song and Green Grass and High Tides. Those two songs became huge hits and helped them attract a lot of fans from all across the world. Today, the band has become one of the most influential acts of the genre and has been cited as an influence by stars like, Tim McGraw and The Black Crowes. The Outlaws are now returning on the road and will be performing several shows exclusively for you. So, get The Outlaws tickets now and watch them do what they do best.
The Outlaws Tickets
- Crawfish Music Festival: The Outlaws & Bishop Gunn, Mississippi Coast Coliseum tickets for 04/25 05:00 PM at Mississippi Coast Coliseum,Biloxi, MS
- Thu Apr 25 2019
- Marshall Tucker Band & The Outlaws, Keswick Theatre tickets for 05/04 07:30 PM at Keswick Theatre,Glenside, PA
- Sat May 04 2019
- The Outlaws, Jergel's Rhythm Grille tickets for 05/18 08:00 PM at Jergel's Rhythm Grille,Warrendale, PA
- Sat May 18 2019
The Outlaws have celebrated triumphs, endured tragedies and survived legal nightmares to become the ultimate stars of southern rock. The band is still going strong after all these years and has no plans to slow down anytime soon. In fact, they are going to embark on a tour and will be bringing their exciting and powerful shows to your city soon. So, book The Outlaws tickets to watch this band perform live.
The early struggles
Formed in Tampa, Florida by Frank Guidry in 1964, The Outlaws experienced a lot of line-up changes in the early years of their journey. Four years after their formation, they hit the Epic Studio to record their debut album but it was never released as they had a falling-out with the record’s producer. They then went to Criteria Studios in Miami where they started working on another album with the producer, Phil Gernhard. Unfortunately, this record was also not released.
In early ‘70s, the group went through a line-up change and settled with Hughie Thomasson, Dave Dix, Frank O’Keefe, Dave Graham and Billy Jones. Graham played an important role in changing the group’s sound to country rock and shortly afterwards, they recorded their take on The Door’s song, Five to One in hopes of getting signed by a record label. After not being able to secure a record deal, The Outlaws disbanded but, Monte Yoho, one of their earliest members, returned along with Frank O’Keefe and the duo soon hired Henry Paul. Hughie Thomasson and Billy Jones later joined the trio and the band was back in action!
Kicking off their career
The Outlaws were then invited to open for Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1974. Their performance was so energetic that the founder of Arista Records, Clive Davis could not resist signing the band to his label. The quintet then came out with their first record, ‘Outlaws’ in 1975. This album landed at the thirteenth spot on the Billboard 200. It also had the critics raving as AllMusic gave it 4/5 stars. Plus, it was supported by a single, There Goes Another Love Song which was called a, ‘rock anthem’ by Associated Press. Four more studio efforts were released by the band during that decade titled, ‘Lady in Waiting,’ ‘Hurry Sundown,’ ‘Playin’ to Win’ and ‘In the Eye of the Storm.’ The first two records were met with great critical response.
In 1980, The Outlaws came out with their sixth studio record, ‘Ghost Riders.’ It featured a cover song, (Ghost ) Riders in the Sky which became a major hit and landed at the fifteenth spot on the Top Rock Tracks. They then released two follow-up studio records, ‘Los Hombres Malo’ and ‘Soldiers of Fortune’ in 1982 and 1986 respectively. The latter received 3.5/5 stars from Kerrang!
Still making hits
The Outlaws’ ninth studio effort, ‘Diablo Canyon’ hit the markets in 1994. The album failed to make its mark and two years later, the group disappeared from the music scene. However, in the spring of 2005, the members of the band, Monte Yoho, Hughie Thomasson, David Dix and Henry Paul reunited. They decided to make music together but on September 9, 2007, Thomasson passed away. Dix then quit the band and the group’s lineup was later altered.
In 2012, The Outlaws returned with their tenth studio record, ‘It’s All About Pride.’ Issued by Mirror Lake Records, the album was packed with twelve well-crafted southern rock songs which put them under the spotlight once again.
On the road
The Outlaws have not released any new studio album in six years but to make up to their fans, they have decided to hit the road. They will start the tour in April of 2018 by performing their first show in Melbourne. The group will then be seen performing in cities like, Dallas, Phoenix, Norfolk and Maryland Heights. So, if you want to attend any one of their shows live then grab The Outlaws tickets.
The Outlaws Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! The Outlaws's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Biloxi at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum on 25-Apr-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Norfolk at the Infinity Hall - Norfolk on 29-Jun-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Crawfish Music Festival: The Outlaws & Bishop Gunn||Mississippi Coast Coliseum||Biloxi, MS||Thu Apr 25 201905:00 PM|
|Marshall Tucker Band & The Outlaws||Keswick Theatre||Glenside, PA||Sat May 04 201907:30 PM|
|The Outlaws||Jergel's Rhythm Grille||Warrendale, PA||Sat May 18 201908:00 PM|
|Outlaws||Infinity Hall - Norfolk||Norfolk, CT||Sat Jun 29 201908:00 PM|
The Outlaws Ticket Prices
The average price for The Outlaws Tickets start from $172. The minimum get in price is $24 for The Outlaws Tickets at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Crawfish Music Festival: The Outlaws & Bishop Gunn||Biloxi||25-Apr-19||$244||$24|
|Marshall Tucker Band & The Outlaws||Glenside||4-May-19||$172||$57|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.