During 1972 the Southern Rock Band, The Outlaws was formed in Tampa Florida. With Lead Singer Henry Paul and Lead Guitarist Hughie Thomasson, drummer Monte Yoho and bassist Frank O'Keefe. During 1973 the band added another guitarist, Billy Jones which was to be the main lineup of the band. The Outlaws went on an extensive tour schedule just like other southern rock bands such as Lynyrd Skynyrd were doing. The outlaws band became the first group signed to famous Arista under Clive Davis. Their first album was released in 1975 and produced a famous hit song titled "There Goes Another Love Song," which was rated within the top 40. After their self title debut album was released and their songs were played on the radio, the Outlaws developed fans worldwide.