While Filming ‘Yellowstone,’ Ryan Bingham Inspired To Start Working On New Album, Shares Covers Of Tom Petty, Bob Dylan & More

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Ryan Bingham is back in Big Sky Country.

On set filming Season 4 of the hit series Yellowstone, Ryan Bingham has found himself with a new sense of inspiration. If you’ve seen the show, and the jaw-dropping location where they film, it’s not hard to see why it would get the creative juices flowing. It’s stunning.

And for Ryan, that means new music:

“In these crazy times I’m finding solace in the things that help pass the time, like roping. So many songs have come to me lately. Sometimes the hardest part is staying opened up so there’s enough room for light to come in. And then the songs often write themselves. I guess it’s time to get to work on a new album.”

Ryan’s Cantina Sessions have also moved to Montana.

Performing live from the set of the show, Ryan has delivered covers of Tom Petty’s “Yer So Bad,” John Lennon’s “Imagine,” Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door,” and the old blues tune “Key To The Highway,” which has been recorded by Eric Clapton and BB King, as well as the legendary blues harmonica player Little Walter.

Between a new season of Yellowstone and new tunes from Ryan Bingham, 2021 is starting to look pretty damn good.

“Yer So Bad”

“Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”

“Key To The Highway”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock