The People Behind Outlaws and Legends

Outlaws and Legends music festival in Abeline, Texas is over this year but the high from that event is still reeling in my head.  It is one of the best festivals I have ever been to or been apart of.  Every single aspect of the festival was, hell, this is going to sound gushy....perfect.  They had one of the best lineups anyone following Texas music could ask for and then some.  ( They had Leon Russell for pete sake. If you don't know who Leon Russell is, please look him up. It will be well worth your time.)   The artist, the stage setup, handling thousands of people, sponsors, and the list goes on.  The point I want to make is this.  NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED if it was not for the people behind Outlaws and Legends Music Festival.

It often gets overlooked, but one fact in the music business is, you're only as good as the people supporting you. The band on stage is a final product of a lot of hard work and I don't mean band rehearsal.  The venue has to exist, artists have to be booked, sound systems have to be run and the crowd has to be managed.  It's no small chore to put on this caliber of festival, it takes a lot of "blood, sweat and beers" as Ty Tyson, one of the fellas behind Outlaws and legends would put it.  These are the people behind the scenes of Outlaws and Legends.

The People Behind Outlaws and Legends - Mark Powell

Briley and Derrick - AKA Redneck 
The People Behind Outlaws and Legends - Briley and Derrick
Ty, Jordan, Devin, and Mark
The People Behind Outlaws and Legends - Ty, Jordan, Devin and Mark
Ty, Meredith, Case and Josh
The People Behind Outlaws and Legends - Ty, Meredith, Case and Josh
If you want to meet this cast of characters make sure you don't miss next years Outlaws and Legends music festival.  It's not only one of the best music lineups you will ever listen to, it's also run by some of the best people in the business.

Here's to you.  The ones that put on the show and rarely see the spotlight.  Thank Y'all!

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