Young Indian Outlaw

Young Indian Outlaw

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Young Indian Outlaw is a rising rock & roll trio who have developed a sound that's retro enough for old souls but sexy, raw and modernized enough for the kids and also feature country inspired ballads, so they are sure to appeal to everyone.

Biography

Rising rock and roll act YOUNG INDIAN OUTLAW is a three piece DFW-based band. From The Who inspired "Wild As Hell," through the fan favorite country-tinged ballad "Tell Me," which Dallas blog 'Ghost of Blind Lemon' described as "a more alt-country version of early Kings of Leon", to the sing-along and boot-stomping "Rise and Fall," and slightly Beatles-like "Nothing Comes Easy,"THE OUTLAWS have developed a sound that's retro enough for old souls but sexy, raw and modernized enough for the kids in the vein of Wolfmother, White Stripes, and JET. THE OUTLAWS live shows are an experience reminiscent of The Who in their early days with the dirty guitar, pulsing bass and huge drums. Having played all around Texas and including a stint at SXSW, THE OUTLAWS have shared the stage with Atlantic Records artist Louis XIV as well other popular acts. With the "Wild Hearts" EP their young belts, THE OUTLAWS are always looking to expand their name to broader audiences and are doing everything in their power to make sure it happens.

Discography

'Wild Hearts' EP released May 2010

Set List

Intro
Wild Hearts
Give Em' Hell
Rise & Fall (of Rock and Roll)
Born On Fire
21 & Dangerous
Nothing Comes Easy
Give Me
Tell Me
Wild As Hell

Set last roughly 45 mins to 1 hour.

Set subject to change at any time.