We will be meeting at The Chapel: 907 E Roosevelt Phoenix, AZ 85006 at 12:00 p.m. where we will hangout for about an hour. We will depart at 1:00 p.m. promptly to ride to Waylon’s grave at Mesa Cemetery

Waylon's Grave

We will be departing from The Chapel at 1:00 to ride to Waylon’s grave at the Mesa Cemetery located at 1212 N Center St, Mesa, AZ 85201

Chilleens on 17

After Waylon’s grave we’ll all ride over to Chilleens on 17 Saloon located at 33150 S Coldwater Canyon Road Black Canyon City, AZ which is about 20 miles north of Phoenix. Chilleens on 17 is a bad ass BBQ Steak House with an awesome bar, pool tables, huge outdoor patio area, and stage for bands. PS – they have an awesome moonshine selection.

Free Camping

Feel free to stay with us and camp over night at Chilleens on 17. There is plenty of motorcycle parking and space to set up your tent to camp out under the desert moon and stars. The next morning we’ll do a hangover ride to get some breakfast at The Chill Grill in Black Canyon City.

Performing at the 5th Annual Waylon Run for Valley Fever Outbreak!

The Tommy Ash Band – 8:30PM

The Tommy Ash Band is right here in Phoenix, AZ! She was actually born and raised here too. Some of us saw her open up for Dwight Yoakam in Tucson not to long ago, and they were awesome! We’ve seen her perform many times here in AZ and were honored that she down to play at The Waylon Run. Her influences include Dwight Yoakam, Wanda Jackson, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Dale Watson, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Jerry lee Lewis and many more. You know its gonna be good. Check them out at

James Parks – 10:30PM

James Parks is a close friend of ours and we’re psyched he is gonna be playing this years Waylon Run. Last year at the Waylon Birthday Bash he performed on stage with the amazing Jessi Colter. It was epic. James loves riding his motorcycle and plays awesome country music. He’s one rad dude and we’re honored to have him play this year. Check him out at his site

Rowdy Johnson Band – cancelled

Formed in 2008 out of Tucson, Arizona, the Rowdy Johnson Band has shared the stage with some of Music’s most iconic performers including Charlie Daniels, Trace Adkins, .38 Special, Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich, Jackyl, Grand Funk Railroad and Steppenwolf just to name a few, there’s no stage or crowd too big for the Rowdy Johnson Band. Currently, the band now resides in Tombstone, AZ. With influences like Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams I II III, Marshall Tucker Band, Johnny Cash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Charlie Daniels, DAC, and Molly Hatchet…we knew RJB had to play Waylon Run. Rowdy and his boys are HUGE fans of Waylon so we’re looking forward to having them at this years Waylon Run. Check em out at

Trailer Queen – 6PM

Trailer Queen is a Classic Country/Honky Tonk band based in Phoenix, Arizona, founded by singer/songwriter Brea Burns. Backed by a rotating cast of some of the best Classic Country and Rockabilly musicians the city has to offer, Trailer Queen has become a prominent band in the Arizona Country music scene. Trailer Queen have had the honor of sharing the stage with some of today’s genuine Country artists; such as Dale Watson, Wayne Hancock, and Ray Lawrence Jr, among others. They can be found performing every Wednesday night at The Western, a local honky-tonk in Scottsdale, as well as many other venues in Arizona and beyond. Check em out at

Junction 10 – 7PM

We’ve seen Junction 10 play many times and we’re honored that they’ll be performing at the Waylon Run. Junction 10 is a traditional Honky-Tonk band for the modern age. Steeped in the ways of old timey dance hall/ bar room melody Robert Perez set to recreate the music he was raised on. Backed by the tight knit rhythm laid by Ryan Rice and Chuck Pritchett. Perez’ vocals and Dave Eras steely guitar bends make for the bands signature sound. Junction 10 is becoming a Honky-Tonk favorite across Arizona. Check their profile and songs out at

Jeremy Manley & Crazy Arms – Waylon Tribute – 5PM

J Manley is the lead man of The Outlaw – A Tribute to Waylon Jennings. J. Manley has been in the Seattle music scene since 1991. Starting his career prior to, at age 5 with guitar lessons, his first love was Rock-N-Roll which quickly turned to Classical music. Country Music was always around, from Barbara Mandrel, to Kenny Rogers, to Willie and Merle. J. P.  has played in many bands as lead and supporting guitar, keys and vocals including Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter, Ian Moore and the Lossy Coils, Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity and many more. Waylons music just feels like home.

Barefoot and Pregnant – 4PM

Barefoot and Pregnant was born from a desire to add a female voice to the famous, drunken and mostly irreverent/acoustic gospel brunch meetings of the Church of the Holy Cocktail and the Latter Day Drinkers. Many sinners have since been saved by their girl-power harmonies. Thanks to Sister DJ Dana and her Valley Fever country music nights at the Yucca Tap Room, the group expanded their line up, as well as their repertoire, adding 50s and 60s lady country standards and other songs of love gone way wrong. Multi-part harmonies continue to be the driving force for Barefoot and Pregnant, with accordion, ukulele, upright bass, washboard, snare and guitar completing their unique sound. You can listen to some of their songs on their Facebook page.

David Allen & Old School Logic – 3PM

David Allen is a local resident of Black Canyon City and also a friend of ours. After a brief pause  from the Outlaw Country Band Tumbleweed Junction, Co founder of the band David Allen has teamed up with some great friends and started the newly formed ” David Allen & Old School Logic”. The band is, David Allen, Paul Burns, Big Jim, Leon, and Walter. It’s all about the music they’ll tell ya! And their music ranges from good ol country to classic rock. You’re in store for some Old School Logic.

DJ Dana – 2PM and in between sets

DJ Dana is a good friend of ours and were psyched that she is joining forces with us this year to bring you and even bigger and better event with more live music and entertainment. Do you wish you were around to see Johnny Paycheck, Waylon, Merle, George Jones, Gene Watson, Marty Robbins and the like in their heyday? Well DJ Dana spins old country records and presents the best in real country bands from Arizona and around the country. Every Sunday night, and sometimes more. Every year Dana puts on an ALL day event called Valley Fever Quarantine where anywhere from 10 – 14 country bands play ALL day long. So for The Waylon Run she’s calling it Valley Fever Outbreak! Escape the city and come camp out and listen to the best real country in Arizona!


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2014 Waylon Run



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  Location 1: Rally at The Chapel / 12:00 pm / 907 E Roosevelt Phoenix, AZ
  Location 2: Waylon's Grave / 1:30 pm / Mesa Cemetery
  Location 3: Chilleens on 17 / 4:00ish / Black Canyon City, AZ



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Event Info

Tentative Schedule: Rally at The Chapel (our clubhouse) at 12:00 p.m. Then we will ride to Waylon’s grave at 1:00 p.m. After the cemetery we will ride to the after party at Chilleens on 17 in Black Canyon City for live music and camping. Bands will start performing by 4:00 p.m. If you don’t ride