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In the late sixties, the "Nashville Sound" changed its tune. Thanks to the breakthrough work of singers like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson, country music widened its grip on the public imagination. Michael Streissguth's Outlaw tells the stories of these three songwriting and singing innovators and describes how their individual struggles to loosen genre expectations changed the local—and national music scene. Anecdotes; interviews; a penetrating narrative about a trio of very different music tastemakers.