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Jennings revitalizes the authentic southern rock sound rooted in a tra- ditional country feel - becoming the modern-ages epitome of outlaw country. Defiant in disposition and lawless in leather, Whey Jennings is unapologetically rebellious in his music - refusing to comply with “fads” - letting his vibrant energy and natural-born talent take the reins in his career and astounding live performance.


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by MICHAEL LUCERO • photography by MICHAEL LUCERO


orn into a family of Country music royalty, Whey Jennings is continuing the legacy left by grandparents Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter. Deemed a natural “Jennings” since the first time he stepped foot on stage, its clear Whey has music in his veins. Rough around the edges with unpolished grit, Whey


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https://live365.com/station/Hwy-89-Arizona-Country-Radio-a12009 Shari Rowe


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20 FEBRUARY 2020 I HORSE & AG MAGAZINE


Caught a show in Phoenix, AZ and I have to say Whey brings an awe- some outlaw country sound which is authentic and the real deal. From the song “Gypsy Soul” to “7 Spanish Angels” this is a show you will not want to miss. Whey is energetic when you meet him, loves people, and really loves what he does. Be sure to see him live and you will not be disappointed. Constantly touring, check his face book page when Whey Jennings and the Unwanted will be in your area. https://www.facebook. com/W.A.JENNINGS/


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