Yellowstone is BACK.
When? We don’t really know for sure, but it’s coming this fall.
All signs originally pointed to June being the target month for the premiere of Season 4. After all, every season so far has premiered in June, and the Chief Joseph Ranch (the real life location of the Dutton Ranch) said that it would be in June.
However, fall it is… whatever, we’re almost there.
Anyways, to get to the real point of this blog… the music.
Don’t get me wrong… I love the show, love the scenery, love me some Kevin Costner, but it was the music that really hooked me.
The music of Whiskey Myers is featured prominently throughout the series (and the band made an appearance as a bar band), as well as Ryan Bingham (who stars in the show as a major character), but along with Tyler Childers, Sturgill Simpson, Colter Wall, Turnpike Troubadours and more, I honestly don’t think I could draw it up any better.
Zach Bryan’s “Condemned” even showed up in Season 3.
But who are they missing?
With Season 4 presumably around the corner, they’ll get a whole new opportunity to showcase even more great country music. Taylor Sheridan and music supervisor Andrea von Foerster do a phenomenal job (Taylor’s new movie Those Who Wish Me Dead also featured artists like Whiskey Myers, Turnpike, Johnny Cash, and Chris Stapleton), but I got some ideas of my own.
And while I hope to hear some more Whiskey Myers, Turnpike and Ryan Bingham in Season 4, here’s nine new artists I hope I can add to our killer Yellowstone: The Soundtrack Playlist
In no particular order…
Mike & The Moonpies
And by the way, if you’re looking to catch up on Seasons 1-3, Paramount Network is running a Memorial Day Marathon featuring every single episode from the first three season.
Season 1 starts this Saturday and will run through every episode until you make it through Season 3.
Also, be sure to check out our Yellowstone The Soundtrack Playlist, featuring every song from every episode, all the way through Season 3.