Wayne Mills "Last Honky Tonk" CD
Outlaw by definition is one that is unconventional or rebellious. Wayne Mills by definition is one that is a, stiff-necked, country troubadour with an affinity for Honky-tonks and possessing a style of rustic simplicity.
Title cut includes; "I’ll be there when they burn the last honky tonk down In body, mind, and spirit, under the table, or under the ground The fading echos of a barroom band might be the only sound I’ll be there when they burn the last honky tonk down"
The second song on the album is haunting now after his sudden passing,”One Of These Days,” is about losing friends too early, reminiscing back on their lives, and using it as a reflection on his own. “My friends lost their lives, but I remember their dreams,” is what Wayne says leading into the the first chorus that talks about the promises we rarely keep to ourselves.
Please add this to your collection of country classics.