Is Luke Grimes from Yellowstone considering a country album?
Ryan Bingham may not be the only cowboy to sing Yellowstone. Luke Grimes – who plays Kayce Dutton on the Paramount Network series – says he’s considering Nashville for a songwriting trip and plans to return to music this year.
That’s right, a to return to to the music. Talk to Rolling stone, Grimes spoke of his years as a drummer in an LA-based alternative country band. He also played guitar and wrote with the band, but there is very little evidence online. Scroll down to hear the only published track of his writing, a Jesse Cole track titled “Reckless Road”.
Now it looks like Grimes is ready to share his voice. Bingham’s management team is working with Grimes on his music projects (they also represent country trio Midland and Hailey Whitters), and he says many of the artists you hear on the TV show are in his record collection. . Colter Wall is one example – the Canadian placed three songs in season 4 of Yellowstone, including the last moments of Ep. 1, after Rip kills Roarke with the Rattlesnake.
“I hate that word, but the ‘secular’ music I was allowed to listen to as a kid was Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash,” Grimes told the magazine, referring to his upbringing as a son. pastor. “That’s one of the things my dad grew up on in the Appalachians. When he didn’t have to be a pastor, he played that kind of folk and country-rock.”
Grimes and his wife now live in Montana, so this lifestyle inspires his music. Expect a sense of seclusion throughout the songs, if and when we hear them.
The cast of Yellowstone is remarkably gifted musically. In addition to Grimes and Bingham (who plays Walker), Kevin Costner leads a band called Modern West. Denim Richards (Colby) is trained in musical theater and opera, and Gil Birmingham (Thomas Rainwater) is a talented guitarist, as seen during this interpretation of “Pride and Joy” by Stevie Ray Vaughn.