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Luke Grimes Live Version of “Burn”

Well, color me impressed.

Luke Grimes- best known as the actor who portrays Kayce Dutton in “Yellowstone” is making quite the name for himself in the Country Music world, which is even further solidified with his live version of “Burn” during a recent Spotify Outside Session.

Check this out:

I love the simplicity of his music, which a good bit of it he has written or co-written.

If you haven’t heard the studio verison, here you go:

So, so good.

All of his music sounds like it could be featured on he “Yellowstone” soundtrack- and some of it is!

Luke’s debut EP “Pain Pils or Pews” is out now, and you get get more info and dates at http://lukegrimes.com

Luke Grimes “Clay Pigeons”

If you’re a fan of the massive hit TV show “Yellowstone” then you know all about Luke Grimes, who plays Kayce Dutton on the show. As of last year, he’s been getting into Country music, and his stuff is pretty good. I love his laid back, true Country sound, and his music is the perfect soundtrack to the ranch lifestyle, which, of course, is depicted in a very dramatic way on “Yellowstone”.

He just released a cover of the Blaze Foley song “Clay Pigeons” which was originally released back in 1989, and he does a solid job on it.

If you want more Luke, he just released his debut EP “Pain Pills or Pews” and you can get more info and tour dates at http://lukegrimesmusic.com

I can’t wait to hear more from him, and I REALLY can’t wait for the final few episodes of “Yellowstone” which is slated (for now) for next Fall.


New Luke Grimes “Playin’ On the Tracks”

If you’re like me, and a majority of people who watch TV, it’s likely you’re a fan of “Yellowstone” or at least are kind of into it. If nothing else, you know who Luke Grimes is.  The actor who plays the tortured heartthrob Kayce Dutton just released another Country song- yeah, he’s a Country singer now, and he’s not half bad!

This one he co-wrote with Brent Cobb and was produced by Dave Cobb. It’s called “Playin’ in the Tracks” and it, like all of his others so far, have that old-school Country vibe.

Again, totally a song I could see on the “Yellowstone” soundtrack.  You know, like when someone is getting taken to the “Train Station”.

When is his debut album coming out?

Like the second half of Season 5 of “Yellowstone”, I have no freaking clue.

Luke Grimes “Hold On”

Anyone else totally loving Luke Grimes’s new music?

At first when the “Yellowstone” actor (he portrays Kayce Dutton on the show) announced that he was going to try and become a Country singer, I admit, I rolled my eyes a little. Because what actor/actress doesn’t want to be a singer, and vice versa?

But I gave his first single, “No Horse to Ride” a listen, and was impressed.  And he just dropped this new song called “Hold On” and once again, it’s real Country music, and definitely has a cool sound to it.

Yep, another song that would totally fit with the “Yellowstone” soundtrack.

That is, if they ever freaking finish up Season 5! (What the hell, guys???)

In the meantime, Luke Grimes is popping out some great Country tunes, and I’m for sure looking forward to his debut album.

Stay tuned for more info!


Luke Grimes “Oh, Ohio”

Luke Grimes AKA “Kacey Dutton” on “Yellowstone” is really getting into this Country music thing!

A couple of months ago, he released “No Horse to Ride”, and he just put out his latest effort – a homage to his home state- called “Oh Ohio” and I like it even better!

I am really liking Luke’s sound, and it’s got some pretty good lyrics, like “But I’d be like them fireflies burned out in them jars”.

I’m a sucker for imagery.

And I’m a sucker for a true Country sound, and it seems like Luke’s got it!

He is currently working on his debut album, so I’ll keep you posted.

In the meantime, no word on what the heck is happening with “Yellowstone”…

Luke Grime’s “No Horse To Ride”

If you’re like me, and a huge “Yellowstone” fan, then you’re familiar with Luke Grimes AKA Kacye Dutton.  I’m guessing playing a cowboy on the show has inspired him to try his hand at Country music.  And the result? Not too shabby.

Check out his first single “No Horse to Ride”

It’s not terrible, right? Sounds like something that would be on the “Yellowstone” soundtrack for sure- and I’m just happy he didn’t go the “Bro-Country” route.

He just signed with UMG Nashville, which is a pretty big deal, so we can expect an album soon.  Definitely looking forward to hearing more from Luke!