COUNT DOWN TILL THE 8TH ANNUAL WAYLON RUN!
The 8th Annual Waylon Run will begin at 10:00 am at Los Santos MC’s clubhouse (located at 1746 E Madison St #5 Phoenix, AZ 85034). We will have kickstands up at 11:00 am and the pack will head to the Mesa Cemetery to pay our respects to Waylon. From there, the run will continue up to Chilleen’s on 17 in Black Canyon City for the outlaw country music show! FREE overnight camping will be offered on site.
The 2017 WAYLON RUN BAND LINE UP WILL BE RELEASED SOON! STAY TUNED! The event and music will start at approximately 3:00 pm at Chilleen’s on 17 (located at 33150 S Coldwater Rd Black Canyon City, AZ 85324). There will free camping and RV parking available at the venue.
LINE UP FROM 2016
Whey Jennings can be found criss-crossing the United States with his band , The Unwanted (Nick Giese-Guitar, Jack Dempsey-Bass, Mark Stacey White-Drums) performing show after show for fans near and far, many who discovered his music on YouTube or simply respect him for following in the footsteps of his famous Grandfather. Check out his website at http://www.officialwheyjennings.com/
“Modern day honkytonk heroes, Gethen Jenkins and The Freightshakers, deliver high octane classic country music with an outlaw stance. With David Gilliard on upright bass, Gary Brandin on pedal steel, Dale Daniel on drums and Jeremy Long on everything else, you’re already havin a good night, add the unparalleled baritone of lead singer Gethen Jenkins and they will have to kick you out at closin time! These boys take the myth making and truth telling that is outlaw country music to a higher level in a good ole honkytonk kinda way.”
Check out their website at http://thefreightshakers.com/
From an early age, it was clear to Madsen what he was meant to do. This meant dropping out of high school, buying a van, and hitting the road. Through the years (and a handful of projects) Lorin has fronted, drummed, and strummed his way back and forth across the country time and time again; further solidifying his “road dog” reputation with every twist and turn over the continental divide.
The recent months however, have found Madsen locked in his newly opened studio, solidifying ideas for a brand new project. “Differing from Blackhounds, Madsen’s previous endeavor; Lorin Walker Madsen will be more of a solo project, with live accompaniment by his band, “The Hustlers”. I’ve been writing and producing the songs, while working with some amazing live and studio musicians to capture the perfect energy and sound.” Since the project’s inception, Lorin has been releasing acoustic demos, which are available for free download at http://soundcloud.com/lorinwalkermadsen. You can also check out his website at http://lorinwalkermadsen.com/
James Parks is a close friend of ours and we’re psyched he is gonna be playing this years Waylon Run. Last year at the Waylon Birthday Bash he performed on stage with the amazing Jessi Colter. It was epic. James loves riding his motorcycle and plays awesome country music. He’s one rad dude and we’re honored to have him play this year. Check him out at his site http://www.jamesparksmusic.com/
David Allen is a local resident of Black Canyon City and also a friend of ours. After a brief pause from the Outlaw Country Band Tumbleweed Junction, Co founder of the band David Allen has teamed up with some great friends and started the newly formed ” David Allen & Old School Logic”. The band is, David Allen, Paul Burns, Big Jim, Leon, and Walter. It’s all about the music they’ll tell ya! And their music ranges from good ol country to classic rock. You’re in store for some Old School Logic.
LAST YEAR'S Instagram Hashtag #WaylonRun2016 Photos
A Benefit for Motofam
Every year we donate a portion of the proceeds from the Waylon Run to a charity or non-profit organization. This year we have decided to donate to an amazing organization called Motofam. Seeing as how we’re all motorcyclist this choice just made sense. Their mission as stated on their website is “The biker community commonly refers to fellow riders as family. Our mission is to pull this “moto fam” together to raise funds for riders that have been hurt in a motorcycle related accident, or the family of a fallen rider. We’re also committed to improving road safety.” We think this is an awesome mission and we’re more than happy to try and help out as much as we can. To learn more about the awesome things Motofam does do yourself a favor and checkout their website at http://www.motofam.org/