Amarillo Sky is the fifth and final studio album released by American country music trio McBride & the Ride. It was their first and only album after the reunion of the band's three original members (lead vocalist/bass guitarist Terry McBride, drummer Billy Thomas and guitarist Ray Herndon). The album produced three singles in "Anything That Touches You", "Squeeze Box" (originally recorded by The Who) and the title track. While "Anything That Touches You" peaked at #50 on the Billboard country charts, the latter two singles failed to chart.
The title track was later recorded by Jason Aldean on his self-titled debut album, from which it was released as a single in 2006. "Hasta Luego" was previously recorded by David Ball under the title "Hasta Luego, My Love" on his 1999 album Play.