49 Winchester Performs Unreleased Song “Tulsa” During Laurel Cove Music Festival

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Nothing like playing some unreleased songs for an intimate crowd.

49 Winchester has been on the road nonstop these last few weeks. From kicking off Day 1 of CMA Fest at the Hot Country Spotify House, the group headed straight up to Kentucky for Laurel Cove Music Festival.

The intimate nature-filled setting sets performers up for phenomenal acoustics and a crowd tuned into each person who takes the stage.

This weekend, during 49 Winchester’s performance, they pulled out an unreleased song titled “Tulsa” to share with the crowd.

Aside from being absolutely pumped that new music from the boys is on the horizon, the song is phenomenal.

The lyrics talk about how the song’s narrator should have stayed in Tulsa and how Texas isn’t for them. With a nod to the great Don Williams’ “Tulsa Time,” it is a rockin’ honky tonk tune.

Check it out.


Unreleased “Tulsa” from @49 Winchester during their set at Laurel Cove Music Festival.

♬ original sound – Whiskey Riff

They also pulled out some blues funk for a phenomenal cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition.”

Every 49 Winchester set is going to be filled with unbeatable music and stage presence, but this one looked like a hell of a time.


“Superstition” cover from @49 Winchester

♬ original sound – Whiskey Riff

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