But for the rest of us who may have been hearing the song for the first time, here is what it was and who it was by. Moreover, American singer as well as Billboard Music awardee Tim McGraw, and other amazing composers ended the season with spectacular music. When Yellowstone premiered in 2018, no one at Paramount could have possibly known what a ratings juggernaut the series would become. Sure it had an A-list leading man (Kevin Costner!) and a compelling story but hitting a cultural nerve at precisely the right moment is like capturing lightning in a bottle. They have a huge collection of great Southern-fried rock and roll. “All Over the Road,” from their most recent release, You Hear Georgia is a great example of what they do.
It features a catalog of haunting country music from artists like Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, and Ryan Bingham, who stars as Walker. Country music is the lifeblood of Whiskey Riff, and we pride ourselves on standing firmly in the corner of the independent artists, and those few in the mainstream still doing it the right way. Whether it’s Waylon, Willie and legends of the past, or superstars in the making like Zach Bryan, our finger is always on the pulse of true country music.
It depicts the scene in the series perfectly as the protagonist drives down the road listening to this song. Although the song has a definite style of modern country music, christmas episodes of midsomer murders the poetics roots come from the classic folk music of America. The tune has a resemblance to the songs composed by Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, and Townes Van Zandt.
The benefit of an appearance on Yellowstone for an artist or band is not just hypothetical. When Whiskey Myers not only had some songs featured during Season 1, but also made a personal appearance during a scene itself, it shot up their sales. Blackberry Smoke saw eight songs placed through Season 2 of the series alone, and the show also helped set up Zach Bryan with producer Dave Cobb. Scroll down for a full list of the artists and songs featured in each episode of Season 4 on Yellowstone .
It doesn’t seem like this season should be over just yet, but it is. Now, we’re left to wonder where the Duttons will go from here. In the meantime, let’s dive into the music of this season of Yellowstone one more time. The song speaks about how a boy wants to lead a carefree life after leaving his home.
Expertly curated by series creator Taylor Sheridan, as well as music supervisor Andrea von Foerster,Yellowstone unquestionably has the greatest soundtrack in the history of television. The songs in a film or TV show can often make or break the final product as the choice of song can add just the right feeling to each scene. It’s the scene right before they try to kill John Dutton, Beth and Kasey. It’s called “Not Our Son” from the show’s season 4 soundtrack by Brian Tyler. Friend of mine’s son Adam Wright has a song “Black Sheep” he co-wrote with Hailey Whitters in the first episode.