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All Songs & Artists Featured on “Tulsa King” Season 1

See a full list of songs featured in each episode of ‘Tulsa King’ below.

At this point you probably don’t need to be told how terribly important Paramount’s blockbuster series Yellowstone has been to the scores of independent country artists featured on the soundtrack and in the series itself. Literal careers have been made through the show thanks to creator Taylor Sheridan and Music Supervisor Andrea von Foerster.

But that has not been the only vehicle for cool music from the Taylor Sheridan/Andrea von Foerster universe this winter. And no, it’s not the Yellowstone prequel starring Harrison Ford. It’s been the show Tulsa King starring Sylvester Stallone. Created by Sheridan with Andrea von Foerster once again acting as Music Supervisor, the show is about a mafia capo who gets out of prison, and is assigned by his boss to relocate to Tulsa to set up criminal operations in the city. It has been streaming on Paramount+ every Sunday evening as a followup to Yellowstone.

This is the first time Sly Stallone has taken a leading role in a scripted series, and it was due to the coaxing and track record of Taylor Sheridan. Unlike Yellowstone that is mostly populated with independent country on its soundtrack, Tulsa King is more omnivorous, with hip-hop, rock, and other music mixed in. But it has a heavy dose of country too, including some artists that haven’t seen their music on Yellowstone yet.

Marcus King, Lainey Wilson, Charley Crockett, Charles Wesley Godwin, Ashland Craft, Chris Stapleton, The Black Pumas, The Steel Woods, Brit Taylor, Midland, Nikki Lane, Jake Worthington, Quaker City Nighthawks, Casey Donahew, and Jaime Wyatt are some of the cool names that have appeared in the Tulsa King soundtrack so far.

The series has received generally favorable reviews, and was recently renewed for a second season, which means more opportunities to feature cool music in the future. For now, check out who has been featured in Season 1.

Episode 1 – “Go West, Old Man – 11/13/2022

  • Marcus King – “Too Much Whiskey” (Dwight goes to Oklahoma)
  • Pharrell Williams, 21 Savage, Tyler The Creator – “Cash In, Cash Out” – (Picking up Dwight at airport)
  • Witch – “Try Me” – (In the dispensary)
  • APM Music – “Zehra of the Storm” (Meeting Bodhi)
  • Luke Combs – “Beer Can” (in the Bred 2 Buck Saloon)
  • Skip Sandoz – “Groovy Guru” – (In the dispensary (again))
  • Lainey Wilson – “This One’s Gonna Cost Me” – (Bachelorette talking to Dwight)
  • Nelly – “Hot In Herre” – (Strip club)
  • Link Wray – “Tail Dragger” – (Dwight opens card from his daughter)

Episode 2 – “Center of the Universe” – 11/20/2022

  • Bill Le Sage – “Bossa Noches” – (At the Quickship)
  • Vanacore Music – “A Little More Full” – (In the coffee shop)
  • Leroy Sibbles – “Do Your Thing” – (In the dispensary)
  • Black Pumas – “Fire” – (Heading to the weed farm)
  • Chris Stapleton – “Them Stems” – (In the car)
  • The Allman Brothers Band – “Statesboro Blues” – (In the car, talking about modern society)

Episode 3 – “Caprice” – 11/27/2022

  • Ashland Craft – “Travelin’ Kind” – (At the coffee shop)
  • The Soul Survivors – “Expressway to Your Heart – (In the car)
  • Wiz Kalifa – “MVP” – (In the dispensary)
  • Matty Beats, Justin Starling – “I Win, You Lose” – (In the dispensary)
  • Charley Crockett – “All The Way From Atlanta” – (in the Bred 2 Buck)
  • Idles – “War” – (Being shot at)
  • Decadez – “Benji” – (in the bedroom, talking into the mirror)

Episode 4 – “Visitation Place” – 12/4/2022

  • Midland – “Paycheck To Paycheck” – (Opening scene)
  • Extreme Music – “It’s Ours” – (In the gym)
  • JR Thomas and The Volcanos – (Tyson and Dwight driving)
  • Natural Child – “Juanita” – (At music festival)
  • The Steel Woods – “Out of the Blue” – (At the biker bar, fight)
  • Mark M. Sly – “BBQ Blues” – (At music festival)
  • Garrett Hedlund – “Clay Pigeons” – (Mitch playing at Bred 2 Buck)
  • APM Music – “After Dinner” – (Stacy at the bar)
  • APM Music – “Small Talk” – (Stacy talks to Colton)
  • MIBE Music – “MIBE Trucking Saints” – (AT music festival)
  • Edwin Starr – “War” – (Fight at music festival)
  • Natural Child – “Ain’t Gonna Stop” – (End credits)

Episode 5 – “Token Joe” – 12/11/2022

  • Frank Sinatra – “Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)” – (Opening)
  • The Owsley Brothers – “Don’t Look Back” – (Carson taking to Highway Patrol)
  • Lando Chill – “Cheat Code” – (Tyson gets pulled over)
  • Extreme Music – “Wedding Backdrop” – (Dwight at dinner)
  • Extreme Music – “Just As I Am” – (Dwight at dinner)
  • Merle Haggard – “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink” – (At Bred 2 Buck)
  • Bobby Darin – “Beyond The Sea” – (End credits)

Episode 6 – “Stable” – 12/18/2022

  • Brit Taylor – “Waking Up Easy” – (In the diner)
  • Brothers Osborne – “Back On The Bottle” – (At the Bred 2 Buck)
  • Prithvijaj Lokesh – “Raj Raga” – (Bodhi meditating)
  • Jake Worthington – “Next New Thing” – (At the Bred 2 Buck)
  • Nikki Lane – “First High” – (In the coffee shop)
  • Eagle Eye Williamson – “Forked Tongue” – (In the biker bar)
  • Van Morrison – “Streamline Train” – (At the Bred 2 Buck)

Episode 7 – “Warr Acres” – 12/25/2022

  • Joznez, Locksmith, Kataem – (Tyson drives Goodie and Armand to Dwight)
  • Quaker City Night Hawks – “Duendes” – (In the biker bar)
  • Jackson Dean – “Trailer Park” – (At the Bred 2 Buck)
  • Robert Manning – “Sitar Saraswati” – (Mess at the dispensary)
  • Sam Ecoff, Daniel Holter – “Emotional Aftermath” – (Margaret and Dwight at dinner)
  • Tom Petty – “Saving Grace” – (End credits)

Episode 8 – “Adobe Walls” – 1/1/2023

  • Charles Wesley Godwin – “Coal Country” – (At the Bred 2 Buck)
  • Casey Donahew – “Legends” – (In the truck)
  • Black Prez – “Level Up” – (Dwight and Tyson get pulled over)
  • Jaime Wyatt – “By Your Side” – (At the Bred 2 Buck)
  • War*Hall – “Dead Man Walking” – (End Credits)

Episode 9 – “Happy Trails” – 1/8/2023

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