Tom Jones vs. Mojo Nixon
Tonight 7:00 pm ET
The legendary entertainer performs three songs from his Americana-infused album Spirit in the Room, and chats with the “Loon in the Afternoon” Mojo Nixon about his early folk, blues and country influences.
The Buddy & Jim Show with Buddy Miller & Jim LauderdaleSaturdays 10 pm ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 10 am ET, Mondays 2 am & 2 pm ET, Wednesdays 12 am & 10 pm ET Longtime friends and collaborators Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale co-host a two-hour weekly Americana journey originating from Miller’s home studio in Nashville, TN, and featuring exclusive interviews and performances from American roots artists each week.
Elizabeth Cook’s Apron StringsMondays 11 am - 2 pm ET Tuesdays through Fridays 10 am - 2 pm ETSassy country singer Elizabeth Cook's show features a scintillating mix of music, recipes and household cleaning tips. A touring musician and regular on the Grand Ole Opry, her latest album, Welder, was produced by Don Was.
Dallas WayneWeekdays 6 am - 10 am ETDallas Wayne is a well-traveled singer-songwriter-actor and hardcore honky tonker who has released numerous albums under his own name and as a member of the Twangbangers. Coming to you every weekday from the "live music capital of the world," Austin, TX.
The Steve Earle Show: Hardcore Troubadour RadioSaturdays 9 pm ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 9 am ET, Mondays 1 am ET, Tuesdays 12 am, Wednesdays 9 pm ETGrammy® winner Steve Earle shoots from the hip in this one-hour weekly showcase for great songs and songwriters. Aside from his central role on the Americana music scene, he is also a published author/playwright and has appeared in the HBO series The Wire and Treme.
The Big Ass Happy Family Jubilee with Johnny Knoxville & Roger Alan WadeSaturdays 8 pm ET Rebroadcasts Mondays 12 am ET, Wednesdays 8 pm ET, Fridays 12 am ET Whoop it up with Jackass star Johnny Knoxville from the Hollywood hills and his first cousin—musical misfit Roger Alan Wade—in Chattanooga, TN, on this weekly trans-continental hoedown. It's one hell raisin' hour of hot pickin', finger sniffin', frog stickin' Outlaw mayhem.
Mojo Nixon: "The Loon in the Afternoon"Weekdays 4 pm ETIt's a redneck rampage with the irrepressible roots rock wildman Mojo Nixon broadcasting from his "Shack by the Sea" in Coronado, Ca. Tune for an uncensored thrill-ride that celebrates the unheard demented psychotic underbelly of the American dream.
Shooter Jennings' Electric RodeoThursdays 12 am - 2 am ET Saturdays 6 pm - 8 pm ET Sundays 10 pm - 12 am ETShooter spins ass-kickin' tunes in an intoxicating two-hour weekly show featuring music from the worlds of rock, country, and the original Outlaw era he grew up in. As the only son of Outlaw legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Shooter proves that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree!
The Cowboy Jack Clement ShowSaturdays 2 pm - 6 pm ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 6 pm - 10 pm ETJoin legendary producer/songwriter/visionary "Cowboy" Jack Clement and the "Voice in Black," Alamo Jones, from the Cowboy Arms Hotel and Recording Spa in Music City, USA for music and memories, as Clement reminisces about working with artists from Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis to U2.
Hillbilly Jim's Moonshine MatineeSaturdays 10 am - 2 pm ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 2 pm - 6 pm ETFormer WWE superstar Hillbilly Jim and his good-for-nothing Cousin Spike have set up a white lightnin’ still in Mudlick, KY, to serve up 200 proof country and southern-fried rock & roll every weekend. Tune in for tales from the top rope and the "Woods & Water Report" from Uncle Percy Mandoberg.
Elizabeth Cook | email Mondays 11 am - 2 pm ET Tuesdays through Fridays 10 am - 2 pm ETA moonshiner’s daughter from the backwoods of Florida, sassy country singer Elizabeth Cook broadcasts from Music City U.S.A. with a mix of music, recipes and cleaning tips. A regular on the Grand Ole Opry, her latest album, Welder, was produced by Don Was.
Dallas Wayne | email Weekdays 6 am - 10 am ETDallas Wayne is a well-traveled singer/songwriter/actor and hardcore honky tonker who has released numerous albums under his own name and as a member of the Twangbangers. Coming to you every weekday from the "live music capital of the world," Austin, TX.
Meredith | email Mondays, Tuesdays 8 pm - 12 am ET The siren-voiced Meredith Ochs brings a decade of music journalism and radio commentary to Outlaw Country. A long-time contributing editor and writer for Guitar World magazine, Meredith covered the Outlaw Country beat. Oh, and she also slings a mean Telecaster for the Damn Lovelys.
Mojo Nixon | email Weekdays 4 pm - 8 pm ETWhen asked about the “perfect song,” Mojo cites “Tie My Pecker To My Leg.” Who sings it? “I do!” When asked what the music he plays on Outlaw Country means to him, he says, “The heart and soul of the hillbilly subconscious buckdance-arama-dirtfloor deliverance–manifold destiny-forication nation.”
Chris T. | email Thursdays, Fridays 8 pm - Midnight ETChris T’s favorite things: cars, girls, radio, rock & roll, country music, tattoos, driving fast, garage sales, old guitars, road trips, underdogs, sideshows, outcasts… With interests like that where else would he work but Outlaw Country? (He also hosts on Road Dog, but you get what we mean.)
Hillbilly Jim | email Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm ET Sundays 2 pm - 6 pm ETFormer WWE superstar Hillbilly Jim rassled alongside such lords of the ring as Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant and Big John Studd before setting up a white lightnin’ still high up on a ridge in Mudlick, Ky., where he serves up 200-proof down-home country and southern-fried rock & roll every weekend.
Cowboy Jack Clement | email Saturdays 2 pm - 6 pm ET Sundays 6 pm - 10 pm ETJack Clement's achievements include discovering and producing Jerry Lee Lewis, writing hits like “Ballad of a Teenage Queen” for Johnny Cash, producing Gold records for Charley Pride, recording Waylon Jennings’ definitive album Dreaming My Dreams, and producing three U2 tracks for Rattle & Hum.
Shooter Jennings | email Thursdays 12 am - 2 am ET Saturdays 6 pm - 8 pm ET Sundays 10 pm - 12 am ETShooter is the son of legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, and his debut album -- released in 2005 -- was called Put The “O” Back In Country... so the guy’s a natural to be a DJ on Outlaw Country. His favorite thing about his radio gig? "No boundaries."
Steve Earle | email Tuesdays 12 am - 1 am, Wednesdays 9 pm - 10 pm ET Saturdays 9 pm - 10 pm ET Sundays 9 am - 10 am ETLast of the hardcore troubadours, Steve Earle's personal odyssey has taken him from the streets of San Antonio to the top of the country charts to a Nashville jail cell to acclaim as an author/playwright and as an actor. Along the way he's collected a Grammy® Award and written many timeless tunes.
Johnny Knoxville & Roger Alan Wade Mondays, Fridays 12 am - 1 am ET Saturdays 8 pm - 9 pm ETWhoop it up with Jackass star Johnny Knoxville, broadcasting from the Hollywood hills and joined his first cousin — musical misfit Roger Alan Wade — in Chattanooga, TN, for a weekly trans-continental hoedown. It's one hell raisin' hour of hot pickin', finger sniffin', frog stickin' Outlaw mayhem.