Waylon Jennings Live from Austin Tx.

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In the early-1970s, Texan singer/songwriter/guitarist Waylon Jennings singlehandedly invented the anti-Nashville "outlaw country" movement by eschewing the then-popular countrypolitan sound in favor of a raw, electrified approach that owed more to the Rolling Stones than to Billy Sherrill. The outlaw good ol' boy is captured live in this 1989 appearance on PBS's AUSTIN CITY LIMITS, which has been expanded from its televised half-hour episode to include all 90 minutes of Jennings's performance, including signature songs like "Honky Tonk Angels," "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way," and "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys."