On Don't Wait Up (For George), from 2014, singer and songwriter Shooter Jennings paid tribute to country maverick George Jones while simultaneously refusing to play it straight, layering tracks with shimmying bass lines and space-age synthesizers informed by Italian disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder.

On Don't Wait Up (For George), from 2014, singer and songwriter Shooter Jennings paid tribute to country maverick George Jones while simultaneously refusing to play it straight, layering tracks with shimmying bass lines and space-age synthesizers informed by Italian disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder.

Jennings, the only child of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, further indulges this unlikely inspiration on this year's Countach (For Giorgio), a nine-track effort that pairs elements of traditional outlaw country with pulsating electronic grooves, like the Daft Punk robots outfitted with cowboy hats and spur-equipped boots. It can make for an odd pairing at times - the fiddle-laced "I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone" could alternately be titled "The Devil Went Down to Giorgio" - but Jennings deserves some credit for attempting to forge new sounds rather than treading familiar, well-worn paths. Expect this show to split the difference between songs rooted in tradition and more eclectic fare shaped by the musician's ongoing disco dreams.