"Like a watered down whiskey drink, country music that gets radio play has become a weaker version of itself. Call it Southern pop or tractor rap or maybe just change the dial. Everyday Outlaw give country lovers a reason to tune back in."
– Tim Parsons, Tahoe Onstage
Based in Lake Tahoe, CA
Founded in 2015
Genre: #Outlaw Country
This Lake Tahoe-based five piece has one boot-stompin’ foot in traditional 1970’s country music and the other firmly planted in the modern outlaw country movement. What began in 2015 with gigs at the local pizza and jazz bars has expanded to fronting nationally touring acts, sold out club shows, and festival appearances. With a traditional honky tonk country line up of acoustic guitar, Telecaster, pedal steel, Fender bass and drums, topped off with haunting vocals and a heavy dose of attitude, Everyday Outlaw is sure to move you to your feet and pull at your heart strings in the same evening.
Jake Zender's (Momentum) booming baritone vocals are backed by Mark McCay's (Guitar Town) high harmonies and crying pedal steel mixed with Morgan Hargrave's (Forget The Roses) intertwined telecaster lines. The band is driven by Rory Koff’s (No Use for A Name) and Mark Henasey's (Sinking Ship) railroading rhythm section.