Two days after Willie Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic, while the dust still settled on the lawn of the Austin360 Amphitheater, Nelson joined another group of country all-stars at Austin's nearby Moody Theatre. There, in the company of Highwaymen and honky tonk heroes, he helped lead a tribute to Waylon Jennings, who passed away in 2002. The 20-plus song setlist included performances by family (Shooter Jennings, Jessi Colter), friends (Bobby Bare, Billy Joe Shaver) and fresh faces (Kacey Musgraves, Sturgill Simpson), as well as a revised version of the Highwaymen's biggest hit, "Highwaymen," with Shooter Jennings and Jamey Johnson subbing in for Waylon and Johnny Cash. Photographer Joshua Timmermans was on the scene during the rehearsal and show, capturing shots of the legacy (and community) Waylon Jennings left in his wake.
Church performed one of Jennings' most beloved tunes, "Lonesome, On'ry and Mean."
Simpson joined the Redheaded Stranger on Jennings and Nelson's "I Can Get Off on You."
Waylon's widow sat at the piano to sing "Mona."
"Whistlers and Jugglers" was the song choice of Waylon and Jessi's son, singer-songwriter Shooter Jennings.
Musgraves sat next to the world's "oldest living roadie," the 90-years-young Ben Dorcy, who's been on the road with Willie Nelson for decades.
After performing "Ride Me Down Easy," Lee Ann Womack was joined by longtime friend Buddy Miller on "Yours Love."
After singing "Dreamin' My Dreams," Krauss joined Johnson for a collaboration on "I Ain't the One."
Toby Keith performed "Honky Tonk Heroes," followed by a duet with Willie Nelson on "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys."
Bingham performed "Rainy Day Woman."
Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson performed with Jamey Johnson and Shooter Jennings — who took on the roles of Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, thus reuniting the Highwaymen.
Chris Stapleton was joined by wife Morgane on "Ain't Living Long Like This."
The Texas legend performed a high-energy rendition of "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way."
Colter shared the stage with her late husband's good friend and collaborator.
The Texas native performed Willie and Waylon's "The Wurlitzer Prize."
Legendary singer-songwriter Bobby Bare sang "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line."
'Outlaws: Celebrating the Music of Waylon Jennings' was held at the same venue as the long running show, Austin City Limits.