The Music Of Yellowstone Season 4: Tim McGraw, Ryan Bingham, & More Featured In Episode 7

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Not gonna lie, when Lloyd handed Ryan Bingham’s character Lloyd a new guitar… I got a little emotional. They tried to throw you off in the pawn shop, thinking he was buying a gun, but you couldn’t fool me.

Yellowstone was back yesterday, and just like every Sunday, we get the chance to add a few more songs to our league leading Yellowstone: The Soundtrack playlist.

The show obviously stars the very talented Ryan Bingham, and his music is featured pretty heavily, including this episode, but Taylor Sheridan and music supervisor Andrea von Foerster have showcased artists like Whiskey Myers (who even made an appearance as a bar band), as well as Tyler Childers, Sturgill Simpson, Cody Jinks, Chris Stapleton, Turnpike Troubadours and more.

Zach Bryan’s “Condemned,” made the show, and was rerecorded with producer Dave Cobb after the show made the introduction.

But on tonight’s episode, Episode 7 of Season 4, we got more from Ryan Bingham (with a fresh guitar from Lloyd), as well as the newly recorded “Yellowstone Edition” of Tim McGraw’s 2001 hit “The Cowboy In Me.”

We also got music from Bill Morgan and Jackson Dean.

“The Cowboy In Me (Yellowstone Edition)” – Tim McGraw

“Don’t Come Lookin'” – Jackson Dean

“Only Memories” – Bill Morgan

“The Poet” – Ryan Bingham

If you’re looking for the entire Yellowstone soundtrack, complete all through the first three episodes of Season 4, then look no further.

Our Yellowstone: The Soundtrack Playlist, featuring every song from every episode, updated in real time, every Sunday night.


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