Marine Veteran Scooter Brown (Band) // “Something Waylon Would Sing” 11/11

Both the double single and the Scooter Brown Merica Bourbon Signature Series were released today, Veterans Day, November 11. This day holds special meaning to the band as Scooter Brown is a Marine Veteran himself, serving multiple tours overseas, and Matt Bledsoe, the drummer in the band, an Army Vet, as well as Merica Bourbon, which was crafted by Military Veterans and made by Americans that want to share the taste of freedom. 

Their new double single honors Jennings with an original song, “Something Waylon Would Sing,” and with a cover, “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand.”

Co-written by frontman Scooter Brown, “Something Waylon Would Sing,” takes us back to the outlaw era of country music as the single begins with Brown speaking the lyrics, then slowly builds into the toe tapper that it is.Their rich, familiar vocals highlight thematic references to traditional outlaw country and Waylon himself. The band’s cover of “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand” pays homage to Jennings by staying close to the original, but with their unique spin, modernizing the tune. Listen to both songs here.

“Something Waylon Would Sing” is sure to resonate with those that are longing for the days of the outlaws.

One Response to “Marine Veteran Scooter Brown (Band) // “Something Waylon Would Sing” 11/11”

  1. lcso264 says:

    link is dead?