Shane Smith & the Saints is one Texas' most dynamic and most must-see live bands. They received their first taste of radio success in the Texas scene with "Dance the Night Away," and "Feather in The Wind" off their 2013 album Coast.

In the eyes of many Texas and Red Dirt fans The Saints have been the band in waiting. And it has at times seemed they've been waiting longer than perhaps necessary. Just out there grinding, hoping for that landslide moment, a tipping point, that sends them to the stratosphere.

In November '21 The Saints gotta massive bump thanks to the television show "Yellowstone." Not only was one of their signature songs being feature prominently, the episode was named after the same song, "All I See is You."

But wait, there's more. While "All I See is You" was playing in the background, producers, or writers, or whoever handles the dialogue took the the opportunity to include band's name in the show, "a little Shane Smith and the f*ckin' Saints!"

Over the past 10 years, Shane and the boys have grown into one of the scene's most respected bands. We came across this old dimly lit video that has been making the rounds of Shane and his fiddle player Bennett Brown covering Turnpike's "Diamonds & Gasoline." Have you seen this before? The video was uploaded in January '13.

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