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Yellowstone Season 1

Music On Vinyl presents Yellowstone. Yellowstone is the brand new American drama television series about the Dutton family, led by John Dutton, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States. Brian Tyler composed the soundtrack to the series. Brian Tyler shows and explores his more sensitive side and this particular score is far away from his usual bombastic action material. It's with scores like 'Yellowstone' that Brian Tyler proves, time after time, that he has the talent and craft to be amongst the greatest ever; it's his incredible range and his ability to sometimes channel that immense talent and magic to the maximum.

Yellowstone is the brand new American drama television series about the Dutton family, led by John Dutton, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States. Brian Tyler composed the soundtrack to the series. Brian Tyler shows and explores his more sensitive side and this particular score is far away from his usual bombastic action material. It's with scores like 'Yellowstone' that Brian Tyler proves, time after time, that he has the talent and craft to be amongst the greatest ever; it's his incredible range and his ability to sometimes channel that immense talent and magic to the maximum.

Yellowstone composer Brian Tyler, who once worked and performed in a Native American musical group, said he worked hard to blend his knowledge of traditional Native American music with the melting pot of western cultures in his score. 'What I ended up doing was finding ways to incorporate some of the percussion, some of the woodwinds, some of the instrumentation and weave it into things like cellos, basses, cimbaloms and all these exotic instruments,' Tyler said.

180 gram audiophile vinyl
Gatefold sleeve
PVC protective sleeve
Includes insert
2018 series starring Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, a.o.
Score by multiple award winning composer Brian Tyler
First pressing of 500 numbered copies on solid yellow vinyl
Second presing on black

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Yellowstone: Season 3

Yellowstone: Season 3

Original Series Soundtrack

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1. Yellowstone Theme Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 02:26
2. A New Morning Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:21
3. Wrangling Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 02:13
4. Tomorrow Is Forever Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:11
5. Whatever We Want Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 01:32
6. Rescue Mission Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:50
7. Lingering Trauma Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:31
8. Thoughts On Right And Wrong Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:55
9. Inheritance Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:24
10. Anger Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 02:36
11. Just Like This Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:32
12. Empty House Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 05:51
13. Decisions Based On Fear Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:11
14. Herding Horses Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:44
15. All I Need Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:46
16. Home Invasion Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:04
17. Buffalo Astray Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:03
18. Mia Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:21
19. Lead That Fight Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:46
20. Not Our Friend Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:22
21. Evil Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:01
22. A Plan To It All Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 05:17
23. Ambush Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 04:09
24. A Good Kid Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:02
25. Roarke Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 02:01
26. A Favor To Ask Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 03:25
27. Sons Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian 05:18
Yellowstone: Season 2

Yellowstone: Season 2

Original Series Soundtrack

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Original Television Series Soundtrack

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Original Television Series Soundtrack

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All The Songs & Artists Featured on ‘Yellowstone’ Season 2

Season 2 of the Paramount Network’s original television series Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner just wrapped Wednesday night (8-28) with a wild series finale, and now fans of the show will begin the long wait until the confirmed 3rd season. In the meantime the series provided a ton of music and artists for fans of the show to explore, especially throughout the country and roots realm, and especially artists that the mainstream often ignores. Many television series and movies have featured cool independent country artists in passing, but the commitment the producers of Yellowstone have shown is nearly unprecedented. And the success of the show has also resulted in deserved attention for the songs and artists featured. This summer it was the most popular show on cable TV.

Below is a full list of all the songs and artists highlighted during the 10 episodes of Yellowstone Season 2, including Blackberry Smoke being featured eight times, Ryan Bingham (who also plays a character in the show) featured multiple times, along with the Turnpike Troubadours, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Tyler Childers, Mandolin Orange, Casey Donahew, Kacey Musgraves, Whiskey Myers (who received a big boost from the show during the first season), and many more.

Yellowstone centers around the famous American National Park and the conflicts that arise between the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, an Indian reservation, land developers, and the park itself. It was created by Taylor Sheridan who is originally from Texas, and made a name developing Sons of Anarchy, as well as the movie Hell or High Water, both of which featured lots of independent and classic country music as well. Sheridan is given credit by many for revitalizing the modern Western.

Episode 1 – A Thundering

  • “What Comes Naturally” – Blackberry Smoke (Cowboy looking for work)
  • “Hear You Call” – APM – (Jamie orders coffee)
  • “My Diamond Is Too Rough” – Ryan Bingham (Walker plays the song at lunch)
  • “Conquer” – Kind (Beth and Bob at restaurant)
  • “Ain’t Much Left of Me” – Blackberry Smoke (In the bunkhouse)
  • “Mud” – Whiskey Myers (In the ranch arena)
  • “Long Hot Summer Day” – Turnpike Troubadours (Bar fight scene)
  • “Workin’ Overtime” – Lainey Wilson (In the bar)

Episode 2 – New Beginnings

  • “Breakdown in G Major” – Eliot Bronson (Stringing barbed wire fencing)
  • “Bread & Water” – Ryan Bingham (Walker playing guitar)

Episode 3 – The Reek of Desperation

  • “Here & Gone” – Mississippi Twilight (Wranglers herd cattle)
  • “Montana Melody” – LeGrande Harvey (In campaign video)
  • “Fire” – Bad Flamingo – (At the bar)
  • “Summer of Love” – Bad Flamingo (At the bar)
  • “Up To No Good Livin’” – Chris Stapleton (At the store shopping for meth supplies)
  • “Train Rollin’” – Blackberry Smoke (In the truck)
  • “Whiskey and You” – Chris Stapleton (End credits)

Episode 4 – Only Devils Left

  • “Hills and Valleys” – Jason Rebello (At sporting club)
  • “Johnny Cash (Man in Black)” – Badd Wolf (Beating up Jimmy’s dad)
  • “Last of My Kind” – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (End credits)

Episode 5 – Touching Your Enemy

  • “Nose to the Grindstone” – Tyler Childers (Flashback)
  • “S.O.B.” – Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats (Flashback to the bunkhouse)
  • “Never Be Ourselves” – Savannah Conley (Flashback to teenage years)
  • “Reaper” – Wild The Coyote, Bad Wold (Learning about Indian relay races)
  • “Good One Comin’ On” – Blackberry Smoke (At the arena)
  • “Scare The Devil Outta You” – Blackberry Smoke (At the arena)
  • “Welcome ‘Round Here” – The Marcus King Band (At the arena)
  • “Shakin’ Hands with the Holy Ghost” – Blackberry Smoke (At the arena)
  • “Drank like Hank” – Brothers Osborne (At the arena)
  • “Prayers” – Pete Sands (Ending credits)

Episode 6 – Blood The Boy

  • “Pearl Snaps” – Jason Boland and the Stragglers (At the rodeo song #1)
  • “Start To Go” – Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real (At the rodeo song #2)
  • “Deep Down in the South” – Whiskey Myers (At the rodeo song #3)
  • “Waiting on the Thunder” – Blackberry Smoke (At the rodeo song #4)
  • “Headstone” – Whiskey Myers (At the rodeo song #5)
  • “Take This Heart of Gold” – Mandolin Orange (Jimmy wins rodeo)
  • “All I Know” – William Prince (Start of the day)
  • “The Killer” – Jaida Dreyer (End credits)

Episode 7 – Resurrection Day

  • “Outlaw Shit” – Waylon Jennings (Getting ready for the day)
  • “I Hurt Too” – Katie Herzig (Monica and Kayce talk)
  • “Lucky Seven” – Blackberry Smoke (Playing poker)
  • “Slow Burn” – Kacey Musgraves (Monica and Kayce together)
  • “White Trash Story” – Casey Donahew (Playing poker)
  • “Evening Blues” – William Wild (On the roof)
  • “Old Man” – Wild The Coyote, Badd Wolf (John and Kayce talk)

Episode 8 – Behind Us Only Grey

  • “Alabama Pines”  – Jason Isbell (Getting ready in the morning)
  • “Save Your Soul” – Joey Stylez (On screen performance)
  • “Warpath” – Drezus (On screen performance)
  • “Repulsion – APM Music (In the trailer)
  • “Axe” – The Steel Woods (Ending Credits)

Episode 9 – Enemies By Monday

  • “Orange Bus” – Brock Tyler (At coffee shop)
  • “Love Someone” – Honey Country (In boutique)
  • “Under Your Influence” – Honey County (In boutique)
  • “That Would Be Alright” – Lincoln Grounds, Thomm Jutz (In boutique)
  • “Dreams and Gasoline” – Rob Baird (In the bar)
  • “Fast Stack” – William Wild” (Rip, Jimmy, and Lloyd together)
  • “You Can’t Bring Me Down” – Suicidal Tendencies (In the trailer)

Episode 10 – Sins of the Father

  • “Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore” – Chris Stapleton (Opening scene)
  • “The Weary Kind” – Ryan Bingham (Closing scene)

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by Staff 7/24/2020

For those who like country music with an edge, Yellowstone is a can’t-miss destination. The Paramount series, which simulcasts on CMT on Sunday nights, follow the life of John Dutton (Kevin Costner), a cattle rancher determined to protect his land. Amid this dramatic landscape, music by Americana heroes like Mary Gauthier, Mandolin Orange, and Sturgill Simpson bring emotional heft. (Read more.)

Check out the clips below — a mix of performances and show placements — then dig into six hours of music on the official Yellowstone playlist on Spotify.

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Kevin Costner & Modern West, Feat. Lily Costner, “Heaven’s Gate”

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Chris Stapleton, “Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore”

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The Yellowstone Soundtrack: The Complete List

The Yellowstone soundtrack is undeniably a curation of impressive country music – specifically featuring outlaw – borrowing from the catalogues of Ryan Bingham (who also stars in the show as Walker), Whiskey Myers, Blackberry Smoke, Tyler Childers, Chris Stapleton, and many more talented musicians. From the pilot episode Daybreak to its intense season 3 finale, The World Is Purple, the show has carefully picked and threaded its music to perfectly match each moment. And as they say, music is what ties everything together, and Yellowstone definitely nailed it. 

Now, as we wait for the release of the vengeful fourth season, let’s check out every song that made Yellowstone one of the most-watched neo-western dramas of our time. 

Season 1

Season 1 premiered last June 20, 2018, introducing the Dutton family and their fight to defend their land from all the modern forces who think they have the right to claim what is theirs.


♫ “Save You Soul (Radio Version)” by Joey Stylez [feat. Black*kiss]

♫ “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton

♫ “Judith” by A Perfect Circle

♫ “On the River” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Tumbleweed” by Puscifer

♫ “Ashokan Farewell” by Jay Ungar, Molly Mason

♫ “Trouble About My Soul” by The Trishas

S01E02·Kill the Messenger

♫ “Thunder Kiss ‘65” by White Zombie

♫ “Song 2” by Blur

♫ “Bad News” by Whitey Morgan and the 78’s

♫ “Goodbye Yesterday” by Shaver

S01E03·No Good Horses

♫ “Howlin at the Moon” by Bad Flamingo

♫ “Got Me in a Bind” by Rusty Tinder

♫ “The Humbling River” by Puscifer

S01E04·The Long Black Train

♫ “Sunrise” by Ryan Bingham

♫ “After Hours” by Brad Hatfield

♫ “Frogman” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Keep the Wolves Away” by Uncle Lucius

♫ “Stone” by Whiskey Myers

S01E05·Coming Home

♫ “Bar, Guitar and Honky Tonk Crowd” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Have A Cava” by Jason Rebello

♫ “I Wish I Was” by Maren Morris

♫ “All Choked Up Again” by Ryan Bingham

♫ “Morning” by William Wild

♫ “Sunrise” by Ryan Bingham

S01E06·The Remembering

♫ “Claudia’s Theme” (Version Eight) by Lennie Niehaus, Clint Eastwood

♫ “Uneasy Moments” by Jason Rebello

♫ “Other Waltz” by Jason Rebello

♫ “What Was Lost” by Jason Rebello

♫ “Forgiveness Don’t Grow on Trees” by Bad Flamingo

S01E07·A Monster Is Among Us

♫ “Little Drummer Boy” by Emmylou Harris

♫ “Without Your Love” by Chris Stapleton

♫ “Wolves” by Ryan Bingham

S01E08·The Unravelling: Pt. 1

♫ “Green Valley” by Puscifer

♫ “Baby I Lost My Way, (But I’m Going Home)” by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

♫ “Broken Window Serenade” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Grand Canyon” by Puscifer

S01E09·The Unravelling: Pt. 2

♫ “Late Night Mellow” by Jason Rebello

♫ “I’d Die Without You” by P.M. Dawn

♫ “Lord Knows I Tried” by Bad Flamingo

♫ “Me and the Whiskey” by Whitey Morgan and the 78’s

♫ “Drinkin’ Problem” by Midland

♫ “Mercy Now” by Mary Gauthier

Season 2

Season 2 introduces new threats and enemies turning into allies to fight against the Duttons. 

S02E01·A Thundering

♫ “What Comes Naturally” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “My Diamond Is Too Rough” by Ryan Bingham

♫ “Conquer” by Kind

♫ “Ain’t Much Left of Me” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Mud” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Long Hot Summer Day” by Turnpike Troubadours

♫ “Workin’ Overtime” by Lainey Wilson

S02E02·New Beginnings

♫ “Breakdown in G Major” by Eliot Bronson

♫ “Bread & Water” by Ryan Bingham

S02E03·The Reek of Desperation

♫ “Here & Gone” by Mississippi Twilight

♫ “Montana Melody” by LeGrande Harvey

♫ “Fire” by Bad Flamingo

♫ “Up to No Good Livin’” by Chris Stapleton

♫ “Train Rollin’” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Whiskey and You” by Chris Stapleton

S02E04·Only Devils Left

♫ “Johnny Cash (Man in Black)” by Badd Wolf

♫ “Last of My Kind” by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

S02E05·Touching Your Enemy

♫ “Nose on the Grindstone (Our Vinyl Sessions” by Tyler Childers, OurVinyl

♫ “S.O.B.” by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

♫ “Never Be Ourselves” by Savannah Conley

♫ “Reaper” by Wild The Coyote, Badd Wolf

♫ “Good One Comin’ on” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Scare the Devil Outta You (Bonus Track)” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Welcome ‘Round Here” by The Marcus King Band

♫ “Shakin’ Hands With the Holy Ghost” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Drank Like Hank” by Brothers Osborne

♫ “Prayers” by Pete Sands

S02E06·Blood the Boy

♫ “Pearl Snaps” by Jason Boland & The Stragglers

♫ “Start To Go” by Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real

♫ “Deep Down in the South” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Waiting for the Thunder” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Headstone” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Take This Heart of Gold” by Mandolin Orange

♫ “All I Know” by William Prince

♫ “The Killer” by Kevin Costner and the Modern West, Jaida Dreyer

S02E07·Resurrection Day

♫ “Outlaw Shit” by Waylon Jennings, The .357’s

♫ “I Hurt Too” by Katie Herzig

♫ “Lucky Seven” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Slow Burn” by Kacey Musgraves

♫ “White Trash Story” by Casey Donahew

♫ “Evening Blues” by William Wild

♫ “Heaven’s Gate (from “Tales of Yellowstone”)” by Kevin Costner & Modern West, Lily Costner

♫ “Old Man” by Wild The Coyote, Badd Wolf

S02E08·Behind Us Only Grey

♫ “Alabama Pines” by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

♫ “Broken Rock Freestyle” by MC RedCloud

♫ “Broken Rock Freestyle Beat” by Plan B Strik9

♫ “Save You Soul (Radio Version)” by Joey Stylez [feat. Black*kiss]

♫ “Warpath” by Drezus

♫ “Repulsion” by APM Music

♫ “Axe” by The Steel Woods

S02E09·Enemies by Monday

♫ “Orange Bus” by Brock Tyler

♫ “Love Someone” by Honey County

♫ “Under Your Influence” by Honey County [feat. Spencer Crandall]

♫ “That Would Be Alright” by Lincoln Grounds, Thomm Jutz

♫ “Dreams and Gasoline” by Rob Baird

♫ “Fast Stack” by William Wild

♫ “You Can’t Bring Me Down” by Suicidal Tendencies

S02E10·Sins of the Father

♫ “Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore” by Chris Stapleton

♫ “Black Metal Recruitment Vox Full Mix” by Signature Tracks

♫ “The Weary Kind” by Ryan Bingham

Season 3

The fight to defend their land gets more violent and intense with unexpected alliances and even riskier measures. 

S03E01·You’re the Indian Now

♫ “Dark Thoughts Ride” by Kevin Costner and The Modern West

♫ “Mamma Song” by Cody Jinks

♫ “Cigarette” by Honey County

♫ “Good Corn Liquor” by The SteelDrivers

♫ “Caroline” by Colter Wall, Belle Plaine

S03E02·Freight Trains and Monsters

♫ “Sleeping Dogs” by Blackberry Smoke

♫ “Party Like You” by The Cadillac Three

♫ “Lady May” by Tyler Childers

♫ “Condemned” by Zach Bryan

S03E03·An Acceptable Surrender

♫ “What Cowboys Do” by Casey Donahew

♫ “Revolution” by Red Shahan

♫ “The Mercury” by Turnpike Troubadours

♫ “Me and Jack” by Jon Pardi

♫ “Where Do You Want It” by Whitey Morgan and the 78’s

♫ “Gasoline” by Whiskey Myers

♫ “Mine” by Esterly, Kendell Marvel

S03E04·Going Back to Cali

♫ “We Don’t Run” by Kevin Costner and The Modern West

♫ “Ain’t Too Worried” by Bad Flamingo

♫ “Life of Sin” by Sturgill Simpson

♫ “Butter” by Bad Flamingo

♫ “Dead Men Tell No Tales” by Motorhead

S03E05·Cowboys and Dreamers

♫ “Long White Line” by Sturgill Simpson

♫ “Drunken Poet’s Dream” by Hayes Carll

S03E06·All for Nothings

♫ “Straight Up Sideways” by Lainey Wilson

♫ “Episode 3: Finale, Pt. 1 (Origins, Villains, & the Like” by Jomo and the Possum Posse

♫ “Kmag Yoyo” by Hayes Carll

S03E07·The Beating

♫ “The Valley” by Charley Crockett

♫ “Turtles All the Way Down” by Sturgill Simpson

♫ “Born Again” by Tyler Childers

♫ “Walkin’ Out The Door” by APM Music

S03E08·I Killed a Man Today

♫ “Me My Bottle and Nothing but Time” by Gethen Jenkins

♫ “Tell My Mother I Miss Her So” by Ryan Bingham

S03E09·Meaner Than Evil

♫ “Snake Eyes” by Ryan Bingham

♫ “This Way of Life” by Garrett Bradford

♫ “You Won’t See It Coming” by Kevin Costner and the Modern West

S03E10·The World Is Purple

♫ “Ain’t Gonna Drown” by Elle King

♫ “Dead Man’s Curve” by Brothers Osborne

♫ “Small Town Girl” by Lainey Wilson

Yellowstone soundtrack is supervised by Andrea von Foerster. And not only did these songs help complete the message and feelings of the series, the popular series also helped these artists gain more listeners and following. If you have the time, make sure to check these songs out!

Yellowstone Told Us Who Shot John Dutton + We Flat Out Missed It

‘Yellowstone’ TV: Top Songs from the Season 1 Soundtrack

Yellowstone explores the Dutton family living on their Montana ranch. The show is an authentic, drama-filled, and exciting journey of modern Western family.

Yellowstone is also one of the hottest shows on television right now. In part, this is due to an incredible soundtrack put together by music supervisor Andrea von Foerster. So, it’s time to explore the best songs from Season 1.

Although the show has been nominated for three awards since its inception, it has not won any major awards. Fans are heartbroken by this but are still fervent in their support for the show. This, however, has nothing to do with how good the soundtrack is for Yellowstone.

Creating The Yellowstone Soundtrack

Season 1 of the Paramount Network’s original television series Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner finished filming on November 17. The release date of Season 4 has not been released yet, so in the meantime, take a look back at the show’s all-important soundtrack.

While the show’s acting on its own is incredible, the songs enhance each episode, scene, and moment all the more. Yellowstone uses a country music-based soundtrack that is unprecedented in the world of hit shows.

A lot of the show’s success boils down to how well the produces of the show utilize the featured songs and artists. Yellowstone uses music that the mainstream media overlooks, and the result is extraordinary. In particular, the music, when coupled with the storyline and acting, has made the show skyrocket.

Accordingly, the soundtrack explores country music, rock, roots, and folk. Most of the songs used are lesser-known musicians, but they are incredibly talented. All in all, the diversity of music throughout Season 1 lends itself to the massive success of the show.

Co-producer Taylor Sheridan has created a show where the music weaves beautifully into scenes and only enhances them. In particular, the show has a strict policy about its music selection. Andrea von Foerster, in an interview with Rolling Stone, talks about the importance of finding music that reflects the culture of the show. This means the creators and producers are looking for outlaw type music, not pop culture music.

Some of the artists Yellowstone uses include Whiskey Myers, Chris Stapleton, Uncle Lucious, Whitey Morgan and the 78’s, and many more.

So, without further ado, here are the very best songs from Season 1.

The Best Songs from Yellowstone’s Season 1

Episode 1: “On The River” – Whiskey Myers

Episode 2: “Bad News” – Whitey Morgan and the 78’s

Episode 4: “Keep the Wolves Away” – Uncle Lucius

Episode 5: “All Choked Up Again” – Ryan Bingham

Episode 7: “Without Your Love” – Chris Stapleton

Episode 8: “Baby I Lost My Way” – Nathaniel Rateliff

Episode 9: “Me And The Whiskey” – Whitey Morgan and the ’78’s

And as always, the Yellowstone theme song is a goosebump-inducing composition that brings you back to some of the most important, enthralling moments of the show.

Although the list of songs is long, these reflect some of the more important scenes in Season 1. One moment, in particular, is a scene from episode seven when Rip Wheeler is riding to the barn at sunset and tries to call John and Jamie Dutton. While the scene is utterly beautiful, Chris Stapleton’s “Without Your Love” enhances the emotions they are all dealing with.

Additionally, check out the best of songs from Season 2.


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