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Steve Young (Born 1942)

A pioneer of the Americana, country rock, and alternative country sounds, this singer-songwriter was also a vital force in the development of the “outlaw movement” that developed in Nashville during the 1980s. Waylon Jennings recorded an entire album of his songs, kicking off the movement, and Hank Williams Jr., as well as many others, have recorded his powerful songs. His “Lonesome, On’ry, and Mean” became something of an anthem for the movement, and “Seven Bridges Road,” perhaps his best-known song, was a major hit for The Eagles.

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