The Yellowstone TV franchise is continuing to expand as quickly and dominantly as the fictional Dutton family's empire in Montana.
The blockbuster series recently ventured into its fifth season, and the soundtrack has continued to impress, featuring tracks such as ‘The Good I'll Do’ by Zach Bryan and ‘New Friends’ by Lainey Wilson.
Towards the end of 2021, viewers were invited to take a trip back in time for Yellowstone's 1883 spin-off, which concluded in February 2022.
It starred a range of big-name actors, as well as country music power couple, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
As the first season of 1883 galloped over the finish line, Yellowstone's creators revealed that another prequel was in the works. The working title was 1932, but this soon changed to 1923.
We'll have to wait and see whether this was merely the result of an innocent typo, or whether there's a historic significance that instigated the year change.
1923 premiered on December 18, and is now streaming exclusively on Paramount Plus. The series revolves around Hollywood veterans, Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren.
Given the fact that both Yellowstone and 1883 have been accompanied by stand-out country soundtracks, we're looking forward to seeing the sumptuous selection of outlaw delights and Western treats the music curators have in store for 1923.
Personally, I like to think that Great Britain's senior stateswoman, Helen Mirren, will assume the role of Chief Music Supervisor - primarily because I love the idea of Mirren jamming out to Colter Wall and Tyler Childers.
Here you'll find the full, up-to-date list of Helen Mirren's favourite country so...ah, I mean, of course, 1923's episode-by-episode soundtrack!
Episode 1 - 1923
Brian Tyler - 1923 Opus
Frederick Hodges - Kinklets - Two Step
Cast - My Country ‘Tis Of Thee
Episode 2 - Nature's Empty Throne
Cast - My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean
Keith Nichols - Jelly's Blues
Episode 3 - The War Has Come Home
Bryan Tyler & Breton Vivian - The Gathering
Keith Nichols - Creole Clarinet
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