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Luke Combs, Chris Stapleton, Midland and More Featured on Tulsa King Season 1 Soundtrack

By Maxim Mower

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Sylvester Stallone has resumed his role as the on-screen tough guy of choice in the new Paramount+ series, Tulsa King. Although Stallone has been a Hollywood stalwart for many years now, Tulsa King marks the first time he's taken the lead in a TV drama.

A number of songs from country music's biggest names have featured in the series, with the likes of Luke Combs, Chris Stapleton, Midland and Charley Crockett all appearing on the Tulsa King soundtrack. Tracks by Lainey Wilson, Ashland Craft, Brothers Osborne and Merle Haggard also caught the eye of the show's music curators.

More recently, Charles Wesley Godwin's gritty ballad, ‘Coal Country’ was featured in Episode 8, Adobe Walls.

In the explosive finale, Happy Trails, which aired on January 8, one of the show's stars, Garrett Hedlund, took to the bar's stage to perform eye-catching covers of The Allman Brothers’ ‘Ramblin’ Man’ and Three Dog Night's ‘Never Been To Spain’.

Co-created by Yellowstone's Taylor Sheridan, Tulsa King follows the resurgence of former New York mafia boss, Dwight, who emerges back onto the scene after concluding a 25 year stint in prison.

Tasked with assembling a brand new crew in the relatively unblemished territory of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Dwight reluctantly touches down in the Sooner State.

Much like Taylor Sheridan's other hit Paramount+ series, Yellowstone, an array of mood-setting country anthems have been tightly interwoven into the fabric of Tulsa King.

With the show having been renewed for a second season in November, Tulsa King will undoubtedly introduce plenty more country favourites onto its star-studded soundtrack.

Here's the full list of songs featured on the Tulsa King Season 1 soundtrack so far:

Episode 1 - Go West, Old Man

Marcus King - Too Much Whiskey

Pharrell Williams ft. 21 Savage & Tyler, The Creator - Cash In Cash Out

Luke Combs - Beer Can

Lainey Wilson - This One's Gonna Cost Me

Nelly - Hot in Herre

Link Wray - Tail Dragger

Episode 2 - Center of the Universe

Leroy Sibbles - Do Your Thing

Black Pumas - Fire

Chris Stapleton - Them Stems

The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues (Live at the Filmore East, 1971)

Episode 3 - Caprice

Ashland Craft - Travelin’ Kind

Soul Survivors - Expressway (To Your Heart)

Wiz Khalifa - MVP

Charley Crockett - All The Way From Atlanta

IDLES - War

DecadeZ - Benji

Episode 4 - Visitation Place

Midland - Paycheck to Paycheck

Jr Thomas & The Volcanos - Chin Up

Natural Child - Juanita

The Steel Woods - Out Of The Blue

Edwin Starr - War

Natural Child - Ain't Gonna Stop

Episode 5 - Token Joe

Frank Sinatra - Fly Me To The Moon

Merle Haggard - I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink

Bobby Darin - Beyond The Sea

Episode 6 - Stable

Brothers Osborne - Back On The Bottle

Waylon Jennings - Midnight Rider

Pritviaj Lokesh - Raj Raga

Jake Worthington - Next New Thing

Van Morrison - Streamline Train

Brit Taylor - Waking Up Ain't Easy

Episode 7 - Warr Acres

Joznez, Locksmith & Kataem - Flatline

Quaker City Night Hawks - Duendes

Jackson Dean - Trailer Park

Tom Petty - Saving Grace

Episode 8 - Adobe Walls

Casey Donahew - Legends

WAR*HALL - Dead Man Walking

Charles Wesley Godwin - Coal Country

Episode 9 - Happy Trails

Fantastic Cat - C'mon Armageddon

Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight

The Allman Brothers - Ramblin’ Man

Three Dog Night - Never Been To Spain

Tulsa King is available to watch via Paramount+, with new episodes airing every Sunday.