We have been tracing the emergence of Alt Country. We have been through the Byrds, Gram Parsons, The Burrito Brothers, Jason & the Scorchers, and the Long Ryders (along with the 70s country rock influence from Marshall Tucker, Commander Cody, and many others). We continue with Lone Justice, a briefly influencial band that took cow punk to the limits.
Next up: Cowboy Junkies. One of the most influential bands of the last 2-3 decades. Now for Lone Justice, and the angelic Maria McKee.
This is what we call Cow Punk:
Then Lone Justice went more pop, and it turned everyone off. After this album, Justice was no more. Two albums and gone. Still, some great tracks here;
Maria McKee interviewed in Norway where she admits the alt country influence: