The Waylors

The Waylors were the backing and recording band of country music singer Waylon Jennings. Jennings formed the band in 1961, consisting of Jerry Gropp on the guitar and Richie Albright on the drums after moving to Phoenix, Arizona. The band earned a local fan base during its appearances on the night club JD's.
In 1965 RCA Records signed Jennings to a contract. The conservative restrictions of the producers of the label did not allow him to record with The Waylors. In 1972 he renegotiated his contract, and he included The Waylors for the first time on a RCA album in Waylon Jennings - Honky Tonk Heroes. The lineup was expanded during the next decade and they backed Jennings until his death in 2002. At various time the members have included Richie Albright, Bee Spears, Don Brooks, Jerry Gropp, Larry Whitmore, Ralph Mooney, Rance Wasson, and others.


BCR043 The Waylors - Live album art Shooter Jennings & Waymore's Outlaws* Shooter Jennings & Waymore's Outlaws* - Live(LP, Album) Black Country Rock BCR043 US 2017 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

47-9259 The Waylors - The Chokin' Kind / Love Of The Common People album art Waylon Jennings And The Waylors Waylon Jennings And The Waylors - The Chokin' Kind / Love Of The Common People (Single) RCA Victor 47-9259 US 1967 Sell This Version
JB-10738 The Waylors - Shopping album art The Waylors Shopping(7", Promo) RCA JB-10738 US 1976 Sell This Version