Three out of the six members of The Amish Outlaws were born and raised with a strict Amish upbringing. No electricity from land lines, no alcohol, no musical instruments, but their spirits were too wild for the Amish lifestyle. Once they trampled in the “Devil’s Playground,” there was no turning back. In the years since leaving on Rumspringa, the members of The Amish Outlaws have become very well acclimated to the pleasures and vices of the modern world... music, most of all.
There is no “typical” Amish Outlaws show, but one can expect to
see six men in full Amish garb releasing all of their pent up energy
with an infectious joy. With a set that is always evolving as the
Brothers discover more and more music and culture, The Amish
Outlaws constantly surprise the audience and keep them guessing
as to what they could possibly play next. Amish Outlaw gigs are
less performances than they are initiations into the life of an Amish
Outlaw, and parties celebrating the Brothers’ embracing of the
Featured as a “Top Entertainment Pick” in New York Magazine’s 2012 Winter Weddings issue.
“They are a great cover band. Anything you want played, they can play it.” - Ken Singleton, YES Network
“The funnest band I’ve ever seen in my life.” - Booker, 92.3 FM K-ROCK, New York
“America’s hottest cover band.” - NorthJersey.com
“They’re legends of the cover band game.” - Times Herald-Record
“In a very short time, this band has captured the hearts, minds, and butter churners of the masses with their hilarious onstage performances of everything from Bon Jovi to Snoop & Dre.” - Night & Day Magazine
“...the current saviors of not just the cover music scene, but of any and all racial unrest that exists in our country.” - Steppin’ Out Magazine