Dead Man's Bluff

Dead Man's Bluff

 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

Hailing from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Dead Man’s Bluff are a working man's band of Oklahoma Outlaws. Their musical style covers Outlaw Country to Redneck Rock, with their original songs lying somewhere in between. Formed in December 2007, they have already established a loyal fan base after playing numerous live gigs. Not since the early Outlaw Country Movement began, has there been a band of Rebels come together with one common purpose; From the Honky-Tonks to the Biker Bars, make sure everyone


Dead Man’s Bluff’s music is a direct result of their influences that run the gamut from Outlaw Country to Southern Rock, from Jennings to Skynrd, Petty to Morrison with a little bit of a hard rock, and blues to round it out. The songs are honest and heartfelt, derived from life experiences and tempered with close to 100 years of combined experience. They are all working guys, regular folks with a love for what they do and so they try to pour that into every note and lyric with a unique sound and style.
Notable Achievements: Opened for Macon Greyson in 2008 and more recently opened for Easton Corbin at the Diamond Ballroom and have Just independently released their debut CD “Dead Man’s Bluff” wich is being digitally distributed by Cinderella Records.


Never Satisfied

Written By: Dead Man's Bluff

You push me and you shove me
Say you don’t want to play
I know you still love me
I don’t know enough to stay

You rock me and you roll me
Downhill into a pile of stones
You failed to console me
And leave me all alone

You were never satisfied
With the pieces in your life
Why don’t you swallow your damn pride
You were never satisfied

I’ve moved on without you
It was the safest thing to do
Yeah, You left me a dark hue of blue
And I’m fine without you



"Oklahoma Blues": Single released 2008
"Dead Man's Bluff": LP released Feb 2011

Set List

* Wild Man
* This Song
* Came Down
* Red Neck Beer Drinker
* Never Satisfied
* Better Luck
*What You Did
* Oklahoma Blues
* The Line

Are You Ready for The Country
In Color
Keep Your Hands to Yourself
Can't you see
Up Against The Wall Redneck Mother
Suzie Q
Blue On Black
Chicken Fried
Gimme 3 Steps
Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line
Break Down
All Night Long
Midnight Rider
Lonesome onery and Mean
Rockin In the Free World
Heart of Gold
Mississippi Queen
Good Hearted Woman
Mary Janes Last Dance
Roadhouse Blues
Some Rowdy Women
Georgia on a fast Train
The Ride
Mama Tried
Folsom Prison Blues
Crazy Eddies Last Hurrah
Small Town Kid
Say It Ain't So