The first day of the 40th Annual BMW MOA Rally in Sedalia ended with a bang, as classic southern rockers The Outlaws took the stage at the end of the night.  You could here them from clear across the fairgrounds as they played into the night for the rally attendants.  The show wasn't open to the public, but we caught some video of their classic tune, "There Goes Another Love Song."  Check out the video from the show!

 

Forming originally in 1967 in Tampa, Florida, The Outlaws have become southern rock legends with tunes like "There Goes Another Love Song," "Green Grass and High Tides," and their 1980 cover of "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky."  It was great to see these guys in Sedalia.  Hopefully they'll come back soon for a show that everyone can attend, but until then, here's some photos I shot from the show.  Enjoy!

The BMW MOA Rally continues through this Saturday, with an estimated 8600 bikers arriving in town to attend seminars, visit vendors and enjoy the open road.  You can get more information on the rally here.