The Outlaws bring their country dance sound to Tullyglass

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When it comes to recording authentic country material, The Outlaws seem to be able to steal a march on their peers. And as he prepares to take the stage at the Tullyglass House Hotel, Ballymena on Saturday lead singer Sean Hughes seems rather bemused by the band’s achievements in the recording sphere.

“We have been pleasantly surprised by our successes in terms of recording,” he said. “We didn’t expect to engender such a reaction so it’s something of a surprise to see the manner in which people have taken to us.”

The Outlaws are renowned for their ‘feel’ for country music and they plan to provide a top-class show at Tullyglass House Hotel, a venue at which they have not played for quite some time. Doors open at 9pm and admission is £12.