Outlaw spotted in Morristown

Randy Threet of The Outlaws, second from right, with friends at SmartWorld Coffee in Morristown. From left: Debbie Sorber, Carol Conigliari, Randy, and Dave Sorber. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Randy Threet of The Outlaws, second from right, with friends at SmartWorld Coffee in Morristown. From left: Debbie Sorber, Carol Conigliari, Randy, and Dave Sorber. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

 

We’re happy to report everything is under control at SmartWorld Coffee in Morristown, after an Outlaw was discovered there on Thursday afternoon.

Randy Threet,  bass player and vocalist for The Outlaws, is in town for a concert at the Mayo Performing Arts Center.

The southern rockers are touring with Dickey Betts & Great Southern, and promoting a new album, It’s About Pride.

Showtime is 8 pm on May 8, 2014. Tickets are $39-$69.

Randy, a Tennessean, joined The Outlaws nine years ago.  He has appeared on the USA Network’s Nashville Star, and performed with Pam Tillis, Trisha Yearwood and Blackhawk.

The musician enjoyed some coffee before The Outlaws’ sound check with New Jersey fans Carol Conigliari of Roxbury and Dave and Debbie Sorber of Keyport.  The Sorbers’ band, Southern Steel, will perform at the Boonton Elks Club on May 17, 2014.



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