The gritty neo-western Yellowstone is responsible for ratings skyrocketing further than your heart rate during shootout scenes. Accompanying the backstabbings and tyranny running rampant throughout Paramount Network’s smash-hit is a star-studded score fit for an equally gleaming cast. It features a catalog of haunting country music from artists like Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, and Ryan Bingham, who stars as Walker.

Now that season five is underway, let's queue up the tracks that serve as a backdrop for developers, drama, and dysfunction. Listen to the official Yellowstone Spotify playlist here to transport yourself from cleaning the kitchen to roping cattle like Lloyd Pierce.

Season 1 Soundtrack

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Danno Nell

We meet the Dutton family and watch them build an ever-growing list of enemies. As they attempt to defend their land and legacy, relationships are tested.

Episode 1—Daybreak

  • “Save Your Soul" (Radio Version) by Joey Stylez [featuring Black*kiss]
  • “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton
  • “Judith” by A Perfect Circle
  • “On the River” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Tumbleweed” by Puscifer
  • “Ashokan Farewell” by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason
  • “Trouble About My Soul” by The Trishas

Episode 2—Kill the Messenger

  • “Thunder Kiss ‘65” by White Zombie
  • “Song 2” by Blur
  • “Bad News” by Whitey Morgan and the 78’s
  • “Goodbye Yesterday” by Shaver

Episode 3—No Good Horses

  • “Howlin at the Moon” by Bad Flamingo
  • “Got Me in a Bind” by Rusty Tinder
  • “The Humbling River” by Puscifer

Episode 4—The Long Black Train

  • “Sunrise” by Ryan Bingham
  • “After Hours” by Brad Hatfield
  • “Frogman” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Keep the Wolves Away” by Uncle Lucius
  • “Stone” by Whiskey Myers

Episode 5—Coming Home

  • “Bar, Guitar and Honky Tonk Crowd” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Have A Cava” by Jason Rebello
  • “I Wish I Was” by Maren Morris
  • “All Choked Up Again” by Ryan Bingham
  • “Morning” by William Wild
  • “Sunrise” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 6—The Remembering

  • “Claudia’s Theme” (Version Eight) by Lennie Niehaus and Clint Eastwood
  • “Uneasy Moments” by Jason Rebello
  • “Other Waltz” by Jason Rebello
  • “What Was Lost” by Jason Rebello
  • “Forgiveness Don’t Grow on Trees” by Bad Flamingo

Episode 7—A Monster Is Among Us

  • “Little Drummer Boy” by Emmylou Harris
  • “Without Your Love” by Chris Stapleton
  • “Wolves” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 8—The Unravelling: Pt. 1

  • “Green Valley” by Puscifer
  • “Baby I Lost My Way, (But I’m Going Home)” by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
  • “Broken Window Serenade” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Grand Canyon” by Puscifer

Episode 9—The Unravelling: Pt. 2

  • “Late Night Mellow” by Jason Rebello
  • “I’d Die Without You” by P.M. Dawn
  • “Lord Knows I Tried” by Bad Flamingo
  • “Me and the Whiskey” by Whitey Morgan and the 78’s
  • “Drinkin’ Problem” by Midland
  • “Mercy Now” by Mary Gauthier

Season 2 Soundtrack

yellowstone beth dutton
Danno Nell

Shifting family dynamics isn't the only movement on the ranch during the second season. John Dutton readies himself for new trouble with old enemies.

Episode 1—A Thundering

  • “What Comes Naturally” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “My Diamond Is Too Rough” by Ryan Bingham
  • “Conquer” by Kind
  • “Ain’t Much Left of Me” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Mud” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Long Hot Summer Day” by Turnpike Troubadours
  • “Workin’ Overtime” by Lainey Wilson

Episode 2—New Beginnings

  • “Breakdown in G Major” by Eliot Bronson
  • “Bread & Water” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 3—The Reek of Desperation

  • “Here & Gone” by Mississippi Twilight
  • “Montana Melody” by LeGrande Harvey
  • “Fire” by Bad Flamingo
  • “Up to No Good Livin’” by Chris Stapleton
  • “Train Rollin’” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Whiskey and You” by Chris Stapleton

Episode 4—Only Devils Left

  • “Johnny Cash (Man in Black)” by Badd Wolf
  • “Last of My Kind” by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

Episode 5—Touching Your Enemy

  • “Nose on the Grindstone” (Our Vinyl Sessions) by Tyler Childers, OurVinyl
  • “S.O.B.” by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
  • “Never Be Ourselves” by Savannah Conley
  • “Reaper” by Wild The Coyote, Badd Wolf
  • “Good One Comin’ on” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Scare the Devil Outta You” (Bonus Track) by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Welcome ‘Round Here” by The Marcus King Band
  • “Shakin’ Hands With the Holy Ghost” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Drank Like Hank” by Brothers Osborne
  • “Prayers” by Pete Sands

Episode 6—Blood the Boy

  • “Pearl Snaps” by Jason Boland & The Stragglers
  • “Start To Go” by Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real
  • “Deep Down in the South” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Waiting for the Thunder” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Headstone” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Take This Heart of Gold” by Mandolin Orange
  • “All I Know” by William Prince
  • “The Killer” by Kevin Costner & Modern West, Jaida Dreyer

Episode 7—Resurrection Day

  • “Outlaw Shit” by Waylon Jennings, The .357’s
  • “I Hurt Too” by Katie Herzig
  • “Lucky Seven” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Slow Burn” by Kacey Musgraves
  • “White Trash Story” by Casey Donahew
  • “Evening Blues” by William Wild
  • “Heaven’s Gate" (from “Tales of Yellowstone”) by Kevin Costner & Modern West, Lily Costner
  • “Old Man” by Wild The Coyote, Badd Wolf

Episode 8—Behind Us Only Grey

  • “Alabama Pines” by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
  • “Broken Rock Freestyle” by MC RedCloud
  • “Broken Rock Freestyle Beat” by Plan B Strik9
  • “Save Your Soul” (Radio Version) by Joey Stylez [featuring Black*kiss]
  • “Warpath” by Drezus
  • “Repulsion” by APM Music
  • “Axe” by The Steel Woods

Episode 9—Enemies by Monday

  • “Orange Bus” by Brock Tyler
  • “Love Someone” by Honey County
  • “Under Your Influence” by Honey County [featuring Spencer Crandall]
  • “That Would Be Alright” by Lincoln Grounds and Thomm Jutz
  • “Dreams and Gasoline” by Rob Baird
  • “Fast Stack” by William Wild
  • “You Can’t Bring Me Down” by Suicidal Tendencies

Episode 10—Sins of the Father

  • “Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore” by Chris Stapleton
  • “Black Metal Recruitment Vox Full Mix” by Signature Tracks
  • “The Weary Kind” by Ryan Bingham

Season 3 Soundtrack

yellowstone season 3

Although the Duttons won a battle against their nemesis, an even greater war is brewing over the horizon. This time instead of cowboy hats and leather boots, the villain wears expensive suits when a Fortune 500 company threatens to shatter the family’s legacy.

Episode 1—You’re the Indian Now

  • “Dark Thoughts Ride” by Kevin Costner & Modern West
  • “Mamma Song” by Cody Jinks
  • “Cigarette” by Honey County
  • “Good Corn Liquor” by The SteelDrivers
  • “Caroline” by Colter Wall, Belle Plaine

Episode 2—Freight Trains and Monsters

  • “Sleeping Dogs” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Party Like You” by The Cadillac Three
  • “Lady May” by Tyler Childers
  • “Condemned” by Zach Bryan

Episode 3—An Acceptable Surrender

  • “What Cowboys Do” by Casey Donahew
  • “Revolution” by Red Shahan
  • “The Mercury” by Turnpike Troubadours
  • “Me and Jack” by Jon Pardi
  • “Where Do You Want It” by Whitey Morgan and the 78’s
  • “Gasoline” by Whiskey Myers
  • “Mine” by Esterly, Kendell Marvel

Episode 4—Going Back to Cali

  • “We Don’t Run” by Kevin Costner & Modern West
  • “Ain’t Too Worried” by Bad Flamingo
  • “Life of Sin” by Sturgill Simpson
  • “Butter” by Bad Flamingo
  • “Dead Men Tell No Tales” by Motorhead

Episode 5—Cowboys and Dreamers

  • “Long White Line” by Sturgill Simpson
  • “Drunken Poet’s Dream” by Hayes Carll

Episode 6—All for Nothings

  • “Straight Up Sideways” by Lainey Wilson
  • “Episode 3: Finale, Pt. 1 (Origins, Villains, & the Like” by Jomo and the Possum Posse
  • “Kmag Yoyo” by Hayes Carll

Episode 7—The Beating

  • “The Valley” by Charley Crockett
  • “Turtles All the Way Down” by Sturgill Simpson
  • “Born Again” by Tyler Childers
  • “Walkin’ Out The Door” by APM Music

Episode 8—I Killed a Man Today

  • “Me My Bottle and Nothing but Time” by Gethen Jenkins
  • “Tell My Mother I Miss Her So” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 9—Meaner Than Evil

  • “Snake Eyes” by Ryan Bingham
  • “This Way of Life” by Garrett Bradford
  • “You Won’t See It Coming” by Kevin Costner & Modern West

Episode 10—The World Is Purple

  • “Ain’t Gonna Drown” by Elle King
  • “Dead Man’s Curve” by Brothers Osborne
  • “Small Town Girl” by Lainey Wilson

Season 4 Soundtrack

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Cam McLeod

A brutal attack leaves the Duttons defenseless and with more questions than cattle. Meanwhile, one family member strays from the herd to strike out on his own fortune.

Episode 1—Half The Money

  • “Black Sheep” by Hailey Whitters
  • “Goodbye” by TVA
  • “Plain to See Plainsman” by Colter Wall

Episode 2—Phantom Pain

  • “Hey Delilah” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Thoughts Fly Free” by J.A. Maxwell-Saunders
  • “Deeper in the Woods” by Ross Shifflett
  • “The Other Side” by Ryan Bingham
  • “Wishing Well” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 3—All I See Is You

  • “Sleeping on the Blacktop” by Colter Wall
  • “Ain’t Got Much” by Ross Shifflett
  • “Blind Lover” by The Steel Woods
  • “Come On Over” by Pink Shark Music
  • “Together With Family” by MIBE
  • “Cherie” by Thomm Jutz and Peter Cronin
  • “All I See Is You” by Shane Smith and the Saints
  • “Caravan of Fools” by John Prine

Episode 4—Winning or Learning

  • “All I See Is You” by Shane Smith and the Saints
  • “Lana” by Bill Anschell
  • “The Low Road” by Shooter Jennings
  • “Hands on the Wheel” by Willie Nelson

Episode 5—Under a Blanket of Red

  • “Brother” by Jo Brings Plenty
  • “Cowpoke” by Colter Wall
  • “All Over The Road” by Blackberry Smoke
  • “Flying Or Crying” by Zach Bryan

Episode 6—I Want To Be Him

  • “West Texas in My Eye” by The Panhandlers
  • “Bottle in My Hand” by Gethen Jenkins
  • “Take It Easy Mama” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 7—Keep the Wolves Close

  • “The Cowboy In Me” by Tim McGraw
  • “Don’t Come A Lookin'” by Jackson Dean
  • “Only Memories” by Bill Morgan
  • “The Poet” by Ryan Bingham

Episode 8—No Kindness for the Coward

  • “Hurt So Bad” Jaime Wyatt
  • “Cover Me Up” Jason Isbell

Episode 9—No Such Thing As Fair

  • “Chess” by Honey Country
  • “Javalena” by Red Shahan
  • “Dear Rodeo” by Cody Johnson
  • “Break My Heart Sweetly” by John Moreland
  • “Restless Ways” (in the bunkhouse) by Gethen Jenkins
  • “Hallelujah” (Walker plays song for Beth) by Ryan Bingham

Episode 10—Grass on the Streets and Weeds on the Rooftops

  • “To Keep From Being Found” by Hayes Carll
  • “Beat Me Down” by Wade Bowen
  • “The Light” by Tanner Usrey
  • “Peace in the Pines” by Kolton Moore and The Clever Few

Season 5 Soundtrack

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Paramount Network

The all-new season is underway, and it finds John Dutton taking his spot as governor of Montana. The show has upped its musical game with the addition of Lainey Wilson to the cast.

Episode 1—One Hundred Years Is Nothing

  • "Happy Hour" by Hayes Carll
  • "Dance the Night Away" by Shane Smith and the Saints
  • "Alex" by Shane Smith and the Saints
  • "Fire in the Ocean" by Shane Smith and the Saints
  • "Whiskey Fever" by Zach Bryan
  • "Mule Skinner Blues" by Dolly Parton
  • "Shades of Gray" by Robert Earl Keen

    Episode 2—The Sting of Wisdom

    • "Cosmopolitan" by Chris Hajian and Andrew Ezrin

    Episode 3—Tall Drink of Water

    • "Off the Wagon" by Isaac Hoskins
    • "Willie Nelson's Wail" by Vincent Neil Emmerson
    • "Last Call "by 49 Winchester
    • "Smell Like Smoke" by Lainey Wilson

    Episode 4—Horses in Heaven

    • "The Good I'll Do" by Zach Bryan
    • "New Friends" by Lainey Wilson

    Episode 5—Watch 'Em Ride Away

    • "Intertwine" by Senora May
    • "Far from Home" by Aubrie Seller

    Episode 6—"Cigarettes, Whiskey, A Meadow and You"

    • "Hold My Halo" by Lainey Wilson
    • "Nobody Knows My Trouble" by Ryan Bingham
    • "Watermelon Moonshine" by Lainey Wilson
    • "One Good Decision" by Cody Jinks
    • "Factories, Farms & Amphetamines" by Myron Elkins
    • "H-Town Turnaround" by Isaac Hoskins
    • "Wrong Side of the River" by Myron Elkins
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