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Hot Ridin' Mama
  • Artist: Outlaw Lynn
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 700261230900
  • Item #: SRD123090
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 12/18/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Hot Ridin' Mama on CD

Outlaw Lynn's CD of original songs range from rockin' country to heart touching ballads to full-blown Outlaw music. "My songs are about life and they all tell a story," says Outlaw Lynn. Performed in his full, rich voice he guarantees one of the songs will touch your heart. From "Movin' on Down the Line", a rocking tribute to our truckers, to "Hot Ridin' Mama," a tribute to the women with the free spirit to ride their motorcycle, to his resonating blues in "Time To Say Goodbye" you will feel the power in his voice. His tribute to the veterans in "Times," is a soul-searing ballad that gives America and the free world a wake-up call to show gratitude and appreciation to our veterans that Outlaw Lynn feels has been missing for too long. "Don't Mess with my Heart" is a lively song that turns the table on the person that goes around breaking hearts. "Texas Comin' Home" is a heart-felt song written by Outlaw Lynn when he was stuck in the Mojave Desert while hitch-hiking and he only wanted to get back to the comfort of Texas. "Don't Chase Me Into Someone Else's Arms" and "I Just Want To Dance" tell of the power and the pain of love. And, his Louisiana influenced "Don't Turn To The Bottle" is a fun crowd pleaser. Outlaw Lynn is an engaging performer, plays rhythm guitar and loves entertaining. His vocal strength and range of emotion come from many years of playing solo and with his bands.