The Outlaws have been guitar heros long before that was a thing. For over 40 years, the band has been a major part of Southern rock, nicknamed the “Florida Guitar Army” for its triple-lead guitar attack. Known for hits like “There Goes Another Love Song” and “Green Grass and High Tides,” the band is devoted to its craft, marrying masterful lyrics with crisp harmonies and solid musicianship. Its latest album, “Dixie Highway” continues the band’s legacy surveying its past triumphs and tragedies but firmly looking to the future. While the band’s April concert at Fairfield Theatre Company has been postponed to Oct. 8, fans can enjoy the new album. Henry Paul from the band spoke with Andrea Valluzzo about the new album.
Andrea Valluzzo: Tell us about the new album.