Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings (born May 19, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter active in the country music and Southern rock genres as well as making his first foray into psychedelic rock in 2009. The only child of country singers Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Jennings signed his first recording contract, with Universal South Records, in 2005, releasing his debut album Put the "O" Back in Country that year. This album produced his only entry on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in its lead-off single "Fourth of July", which peaked at #26. Jennings has since followed Put the "O" Back in Country with three more albums: Electric Rodeo, Live at Irving Plaza 4.18.06 (both 2006), and The Wolf (2007). In 2009, he re-named his long-time backing band "Hierophant", to coincide with his forth-coming concept album and toured with them on the Warped Tour. Black Ribbons was released in 2010, Shooter's most ambitious effort, and gained him much critical acclaim as well as a brand new underground following. In 2011, Shooter formed "The Triple Crown" in New York City featuring Erik Deutsch on piano, Tony Leone on drums, Jon Graboff on Pedal Steel, Eleanor Whitmore on Fiddle and Chris Masterson on lead guitar and recorded his 5th album titled "Family Man".
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