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Sounds Like: Marshall Tucker Band, Dwight Yokam, Marty Stuart, Buddy Miller, New Riders of the Purple Sage / NRPS
Bio: Although Tumbleweed Highway has a calendar filled with great Music Festivals and top venues, things weren’t always this good. It took years for the Tumbleweed Highway vibe to form in to what you hear today.
The Bands Latest release “Where do we go from here?” recorded and released independently...See Full Bio
"“Rising from the ashes” is how band members describe their coming together, but sometimes a band’s electricity is well-fueled by the origins of its players. With chops born from early work in popular regional bands like Panhandle, Fetish Lane, Tumbleweed Highway brings whiskeyin-oak harmonies supported by very fine alt-country instrumentation. They are that good, and that’s why they’ve shared stages with Steve Earle, Arlo Guthrie and others across the northeast. You could say they have a Band thing going on, or maybe it’s Jerry Jeff Walker and Gram Parsons we’re thinking of. We just know that this music reminds us of somewhere we’ve been before."