'Nashville Outlaws' Motley Crue tribute track list, album cover revealed
This bit of news appeals to both the country crowd and Motley Crue fans.... so pretty much everyone that likes good music.
Motley Records, Eleven Seven Music and Big Machine Records are collaborating to put out the disc titled "Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to motley Crue." The country covers collection features 15 songs with country superstars Florida Georgia Line, Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Darius Rucker, Rascal Flatts and many many more.
The album should be released on July 8.
Nikki Sixx told Loudwire news that the band, "did not make this record for the Motley Crue fans, but for country fans who are also rock fans.
"I believe that there's going to be a lot of Synergy and excitement for Motley Crue fans hearing different artists covering their favorite songs. People will be surprised how these artists made the songs their own and we couldn't be happier with how the album turned out."
Justin Moore, who covers "Home Sweet Home" on the record said, "It has been a blash becoming friends with the Motley guys and learning how much they appreciate the history of country music. They are truly one of the most disruptive bands of their generation and I am honored to be able to cover one of my favorite Crue songs of all time, ‘Home Sweet Home.’ It has been pretty unreal singing with Vince Neil.”
Moore recently performed with Neil, which was caught on camera and can be seen below. ‘Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue’ Track Listing
1. Rascal Flatts – ‘Kickstart My Heart’ 2. Florida Georgia Line – ‘If I Die Tomorrow’
3. Leann Rimes – ‘Smokin’ in the Boys Room’
4. Justin Moore – ‘Home Sweet Home’
5. Cassadee Pope with Robin Zander – ‘The Animal in Me’
6. Aaron Lewis – ‘Afraid’
7. Big & Rich – ‘S.O.S’
8. Sam Palladio and Clare Bowen – ‘Without You’
9. Eli Young Band – ‘Don’t Go Away Mad’
10. Lauren Jenkins – ‘Looks That Kill’
11. The Cadillac Three – ‘Live Wire’
12. The Mavericks – ‘Dr. Feelgood’
13. Brantley Gilbert – ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’
14. Gretchen Wilson – ‘Wild Side’
15. Darius Rucker – ‘Time for Change’