Blue Highway announces new CD

Monday, July 11, 2011 – Blue Highway's "Sounds of Home" on drops Aug. 23 on Rounder.

Having previously released nine albums, the members of Blue Highway - Tim Stafford (guitar, vocals), Wayne Taylor (lead vocals, bass), Shawn Lane (tenor vocals, guitar, mandolin, fiddle), Rob Ickes (Dobro, Scheerhorn acoustic slide guitar), and Jason Burleson (banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass vocals) - each has carved out a niche in the bluegrass field.

Songs are:

1. I Ain't Gonna Lay My Hammer Down

2. Sounds of Home

3. Bluebird Days

4. Restless Working Man

5. Heather and Billy

6. Storm

7. Roaring Creek

8. Only Seventeen

9. If You've Got Something to Say

10. My Heart was Made to Love You

11. Nobody's Fault but Mine

12. Drinking from a Deeper Well

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Original Traditional CD review - Original Traditional
For more than 20 years now, Blue Highway has combined a love for pure bluegrass sounds with adventurous songwriting from a core trio who are both writers and singers. Add the stellar musicianship they're known for, and it's no wonder they are one of the most original groups in their genre. The title sums up its combination of traditional sounds with original compositions from Tim Stafford, Wayne Taylor and Shawn Lane. The latter's "Don't Weep For Me" is a worthy »»»
The Game CD review - The Game
As if to underline and emphasize why they've been among the most solid and dependable bands in the bluegrass world for the past 20 years, "The Game" highlights all the factors that have made Blue Highway favorites at festivals and concert halls across the land, and not just those catering to the bluegrass faithful. When you've got the combination of vocal excellence, instrumental wizardry, songwriting /composing skills and straight-up joy for performing that these guys (Tim »»»
Sounds of Home CD review - Sounds of Home
There's no better title that Blue Highway could've chosen for their first collection of original material in more than 10 years than "Sounds of Home." This recording finds the band notching year 17 on their belts and sounding as fresh, polished and powerful as ever, offering up 12 tracks of compelling listening. With each member standing among the best on their instruments of choice, the playing is bound to be flawless (Tim Stafford, guitar, vocals; Wayne Taylor - bass, vocals, »»»