Reckless Kelly Bulletproof Live

Reckless Kelly Announce 'Bulletproof Live,' Share 'You Don't Have to Stay Forever' [Premiere]


Texas country-rockers Reckless Kelly are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their seminal album Bulletproof with the release of Bulletproof Live (out June 21 via Thirty Tigers), a 15-track live album that was recorded in the summer of 2018.

Ahead of the album's release, Reckless Kelly is premiering the live recording of "You Don't Have to Stay Forever"exclusively on Wide Open Country.

"'You Don't Have To Stay Forever' has always been a fun song to play because it's a little different in structure than some of our other tunes. I love interesting melodies and songs that go places you don't expect them to," says band member Cody Braun. "Songs start out as nothing but ideas and only once they're written down and recorded do they become something real and tangible. The strong ones survive and if they're played enough live over a long period of time they eventually take on a second life and even sometimes new meanings. We wanted to capture that."

Listen to the live recording of "You Don't Have to Stay Forever" below.

Reckless Kelly will kick off their 2019 tour on May 16. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, see below.

'Bulletproof Live' Track List:

1. Ragged As The Road (Live)
2. You Don't Have To Stay Forever (Live)
3. Love In Her Eyes (Live)
4. Passin' Through (Live)
5. I Never Had A Chance (Live)
6. One False Move (Live)
7. A Guy Like Me (Live)
8. American Blood (Live)
9. How Was California (Live)
10. California Blue (Live)
11. Mirage (Live)
12. Don't Say Goodbye (Live)
13. God Forsaken Town (Live)
14. Wandering Eye (Live)
15. Bulletproof (Live)

Reckless Kelly Tour Dates:

5/16: Bastrop, Texas - Neighbor's Kitchen and Yard
5/17: Oklahoma City, Okla. - Tower Theatre
5/18: Vinita, Okla. - American Legion Rodeo Complex
5/23: Fort Collins, Colo. - Washington's
5/24: Grand Junction, Colo. - Warehouse25sixty-five Kitchen + Bar
5/25: Craig, Colo. - Grand Old West Days
5/26: Black Forest, Colo. - Meadowgrass Festival
5/30: Springfield, Mo. - The Complex Springfield
5/31: Lacygne, Kansas - Tumbleweed Country Music & Camping Festival
6/1: Columbia, Mo. - The Blue Note
6/2: St. Louis, Mo. - Delmar Hall
6/4: Des Moines, Ia. - Wooly's
6/5: Minneapolis, Minn. - Dakota
6/6: Chicago, Ill. - Avondale Music Hall
6/7: Madison, Wis. - High Noon Saloon
6/8: Neillsville, Wis. - Silver Dome Ballroom
6/14: New Braunfels, Texas - Gruene Hall
6/15: New Braunfels, Texas - Gruene Hall
7/11: The Colony, Texas - Lava Cantina
7/12: Ft. Worth, Texas - The Yard Fort Worth
7/13: Austin, Texas - Antone's
7/19: Port Huron, Mich. - McMorran Place Sports & Entertainment Center
7/26: Cortex, Colo. - Montezuma County Fairgrounds
7/27: Denver, Colo. - Grizzly Rose
8/1: Red River, N.M. - The Motherlode Saloon
8/2: Colorado Springs, Colo. - Stargazers
8/3: Lamar Colo. - Sand & Sage Round-Up
8/8-10: Challis, Idaho - Braun Brothers Reunion
8/15: Victor, Idaho - Music On Main Street
8/17: Helix, Ore. - Quantum 9 Arena
8/18: Emigrant, Mt. - The Old Saloon
8/26: Grand Island, Ne. - Nebraska State Fair
8/31: San Antonio, Texas - Sam's Burger Joint
11/1: Seattle, Wash. - Tractor Tavern
11/2: Seattle, Wash. - Tractor Tavern
11/3: Portland, Ore. - Aladdin Theater
11/7: Bend, Ore. - Tower Theatre
11/8: Garden City, Idaho - Revolution Center
11/9: Idaho Falls, Idaho - Colonial Theater
11/10: Salt Lake, Utah - The Common Wealth Room
11/13: Petaluma, Calif. - Mystic Theatre
11/14: Berkeley, Calif. - Cornerstone
11/15: Morro Bay, Calif. - The Siren
11/17: Solana Beach, Calif. - Belly Up Tavern
11/29: New Braunfels, Texas - Brauntex Theatre

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