Outlaw Country by photographer Al Clayton

Just in time for Ken Burns' new docu-series, Country Music, we are proud to now represent the Al Clayton photography archive. Calling him the “Where’s Waldo” of the American heartland, Clayton captured young country music artists who came to be legends, as well as overall, the life and times of the people, poverty and the environs of the South.
For those of you fans of Outlaw Country, feast your eyes on these beauties. All images are available as fine art prints online and through our galleries.


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