Monte Yoho, Henry Paul, Billy Jones, and Hugh "Hughie" Edwards Thomasson, Jr. of The Outlaws
Outlaws (Musical group)
Tampa Bay (Fla.)
Rock music--United States
The Outlaws sometime between 1972 and 1977, featuring, from left to right, drummer Monte Yoho, an unidentified member (possibly bassist Frank O'Keefe), guitarist Henry Paul, guitarist/keyboardist Billy Jones, and guitarist Hughie Thomasson. Formed in Tampa, Florida, in 1967 by guitarist and lead vocalist, Hugh "Hughie" Edward Thomasson, Jr., The Outlaws peaked in popularity in the mid-to-late 1970s, with hits such as "Green Grass and High Tides," "There Goes Another Love Song," and "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky." Known by fans as "The Florida Guitar Army," the band's three-part harmonies distinguished them from their Southern rock contemporaries. The band experienced more personnel changes than most musical groups, with at least 45 different members between 1967 and 2015.
Original black and white photograph: Profiles: Bands & Artists, Tampa Bay Music Scene Historical Society.
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Digital reproduction of Original black and white photograph. http://www.tampabaymusichistory.com/resources/bde9b63600303be12e951bb679bad334.jpg.
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Profiles: Bands & Artists, Tampa Bay Music Scene Historical Society.
Rock Collection, Central Florida Music History Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
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Published digitally by Tampa Bay Music Scene Historical Society.
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"The Outlaws." http://www.tampabaymusichistory.com/the-outlaws.php.
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