If the Outlaw Roadshow had a theme song, it might be "With a Little Help From My Friends," by the Beatles. Since its official inception in 2011, the Outlaw Roadshow has spawned hundreds of lifelong friendships, countless hours of music good for your soul and dozens of sleepless unforgettable nights in cities like Austin, Nashville, New York City and even Tel-Aviv (yes, Israel!).
Just in time to celebrate the five-year anniversary in New York City, the team has expanded to include fine artist Felipe Molina and winemaker John Wright as producers, in addition to its founder and esteemed music blogger and radio host Ryan Spaulding, Counting Crows' front man Adam Duritz, artist and designer Frank Germano, Nashville expert Joe Clemons, and producers Barbara Rappaport and Lindsay Dolph Nie.
The Outlaw Roadshow will take over the Bowery Electric in New York City from Oct. 20-22 in what promises to be the best outing yet, with K. Phillips playing a "homecoming" performance as one of the triumphant Outlaw family. After playing the Outlaw year-after-year, K. Phillips hit the road this summer with the Counting Crows and Rob Thomas, playing to sold out crowds at venues like Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado and The Greek in Los Angeles. With his bluesy swagger and signature hat, K. Phillips not only won over the hearts of critics nationally, but has continued to grow his fan base, which now includes Billy Gibbons (yes, that Billy- of ZZ Top) and Rob Thomas himself.
K. Phillips is the type of talent Outlaw fans have grown to expect and anticipate. Over the years, the Outlaw has given fans the opportunity to check out intimate performances (for free) by major artists like the Counting Crows, Jesse Malin, The Suffers, and Lucy Rose, to name a few, all while giving non-stop access to the best bands you may have never heard of....yet.
Come discover America's best underground artists with a line-up personally curated by a team who loves music as much as you do. RSVP today right here.