God's Outlaw is a Wisconsin based rebellious country band performing songs off their debut EP "Poetic Justice", a Johnny Cash tribute and other old school country music from the top hits to the B-side gems your grandpa listened to. "Three men, three chords and the truth."
The music began in 2004 with solo artist Brian S. Smith (vocals/acoustic guitar) and Eric "E-Man" Bulgrin (electric guitar) as live experimental performances of Johnny Cash's vinyl B-Sides inside dark, smoky local taverns and pubs. Their show get's even better with Paul "The Wreckin' Ball" Scharlau on upright bass. Now with performing throughout the Midwest, their set list exploded into what it is today; a live country music experience that is on fire like a barrel full of gun-powder. One thing is for sure, when they pack up their instruments, you never know where you might find them.
God's Outlaw plays over 75 shows last year including large scale festivals like Harley-Davidson's 105th Anniversary in Milwaukee and Atwood Summerfest in Madison. The band has performed live on the air with WMSE 91.7 FM Chicken Shack Radio and has opened for national acts such as David Allan Coe, Dale Watson, J.B. Beverly and the Wayward Drifters and the Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash. Their music selections are not part of the pop monotonous new-school country fad that has been played out in music today. They are, however, a band of men who together perform classic country songs like they were meant to be; raw, rowdy and reckless bringing the cowboy, the biker, the hippie and the college girls all to the same venue.