In his new live performance video for “All My Life,” California native Sam Outlaw brings along some West Coast swagger to a stylish abode in Music City.
“We filmed this video at a Spanish style home in “Little Hollywood” in East Nashville,” Outlaw tells Wide Open Country. “Spanish style architecture is one of my favorite things about Los Angeles, and I had no idea any of them existed in Tennessee.
“All My Life” is a joyous and lively tune that will drive even the coolest of hipsters out onto the dance floor.
Outlaw says “All My Life” is one of his favorite songs to play live. “I don’t have a lot of “happy” songs but this is certainly a feel-good tune and it’s all kinds of fun to play live. It’s an upbeat singalong with a nice instrumental section so the lead players can strut their stuff. In this case, it’s Stephen Musselman from Los Angeles on the Telecaster and Mark Sloan (based in Nashville) on the pedal steel. I also love Molly Jenson’s harmonies and the way Lydia Luce’s fiddle.”
“All My Life” is featured on Outlaw’s sophomore album, Tenderheart. Released earlier this year, the record blends elements of the Bakersfield sound, traditional country and the best soft rock of the 1980s.
Outlaw will spend the remainder of 2017 out on the road. After spending the summer overseas, he’ll make a stop at Nashville’s Americana Music Festival in Sept. You can find a full list of his upcoming tour dates here.