Co-Starring Too Ray Wylie Hubbard
Label: Big Machine Records, LLC
Subgenre: Contemporary Country
Interpret: Ray Wylie Hubbard
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Rogue. Poet. Rocker. Texas Texture. Ray Wylie Hubbard made such a mark with Co-Starring, his first major label outing with an all-star line-up of his vast network of friends, the always shape-shifting songwriter decided once was not enough. So the louche beacon of cool went even wider and deeper into his coterie of confidantes, emerging with Co-Starring Too. The second set features a surprisingly eclectic and Texas centric collection -- Willie Nelson, The Bluebonnets, Band of Heathens, The Last Bandoleros and Steve Earle plus a Red Dirt collab with Wade Bowen, Randy Rogers and Cross Canadian Ragweed's Cody Canada.
The next wave of Lone Star songwriting icons Hayes Carll, James McMurtry, Dalton Domino appear next to tracks from creative torque Wynonna, Jaimee Harris, Charlie Sexton and Gurf Morlix. The far-reaching Rock & Roll/Country Music/Musicians/Texas Music Hall of Fame team of Ringo Starr, Lucas Hubbard, Steve Lukather (Toto), Eliza Gilkyson and Ann Wilson (Heart) assemble alongside Metal slayers Lzzy Hale and John 5 with an amplified Blues-fusion from Kevin Russell and the Shiny Soul Sisters. Always eviscerating songwriting, Co-Starring Too is a post-Outlaw Country take on what it means to be a man holding his own, a rake unafraid of a good time and a romantic wildly committed to the ideals of the heart. Unabashed and unafraid to work from the fringes, bringing the rest of us along for the ride, there is only one Ray Wylie Hubbard.
"Even with the marquee guests, this remains a showcase for Hubbard’s sharp songs; meticulously crafted with offbeat humor and gruff yet emotionally persuasive vocals. These tunes display the journeyman’s ability to pen music bathed in working-class grit and honed by decades of experience, music that would connect just as powerfully without the stellar assistance." (Hal Horowitz, holler.country)
Ray Wylie Hubbard
Ray Wylie Hubbard
is the secret handshake amongst those who know. Earthy, real, funky, unabashed, his records have been swapped and played on the road by everyone from Blackberry Smoke and Georgia Satellites to Black Stone Cherry. “Snake Farm” alone could be the red-blooded touring male’s reality-based point of connection. That passion for the man who’s as much a renegade poet as a roadhouse saint brought together an eclectic mix of guests for Co-Starring, his first ever high-profile label release. Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, the Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson, Ronnie Dunn, Don Was, Larkin Poe, Pam Tillis and The Cadillac Three were just a few who clamored to jam, sing and generally be in the studio with the wizened icon.
The Austin Music and Eric Church-inducted Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Famer was born in Soper, Oklahoma, went to high school with cosmic cowboy Michael Martin Murphey and spent his summers playing folk music in Red River, New Mexico. It all added to an iconoclastic, hell-bent for truths and textures in writing about the way outlaws live – and added to his outlier bona fides that he made 16 albums without ever signing to a major label.
That’s all about to change for the go-to songwriter for Lucinda Williams, Hayes Carll, Pat Green, Jerry Jeff Walker, Waylon Jennings, Slaid Cleaves and Willie Nelson. Whether it’s bluegrass/folk legend Peter Rowan on the tender “Hummingbird,” emerging Nashville renegade Ashley McBryde on the tough girl homage “Outlaw Blood,” SiriusXM femme fatales Paula Nelson and Elizabeth Cook on the randy “Drink ‘Til I See Double” or the trippy rocker Aaron Lee Tasjan on the elegiac “Rock Gods,” Co-Starring is a supple, musky affair.
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