Rock N Roll is their Coke and Country is their Jack. Just depends how you mix the drink certain nights. These aren’t the type of guys you hear on country radio these days. The harder edged shot of country style of Saviors and Outlaws is similar to that of Brantley Gilbert or Lynyrd Skynyrd. From around the Sioux City, IA and Norfolk, NE areas, Saviors and Outlaws is a newer group formed on the leftover foundation of an old hard rock group, part of what gives them their edge. Members of the band all have their own accomplishments, including playing with the Marshall Tucker band, performing around the Midwest, and many more. The group itself being new in 2016 has opened for Whey Jennings, grandson of country legend Waylon, and will play at Creekfest 2016 alongside Kid Rock, Chris Janson, and many more greats. They are just finishing up their first EP and hope to get on the road within the next year.

 

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