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Broken Trail / Press

“ Broken Trail is best-known as a rockin’ country band that plays casinos, bars, festivals and rodeos – the kind of band that’s been playing the country hits in Western Washington for more than a decade. ”

“It’s not clear what Shania or the rain ever did to them, but it is clear that these cowboy hat-wearing cats went to the Waylon Jennings school of country, which is a very, very good thing. In addition to its own finely crafted tunes, the band breaks open a few bottles labeled Haggard and Brooks ‘n’ Dunn for y’all. ”

“This band has been building its dedicated fan base throughout the Northwest for over a decade with an energetic live show that features strong musicianship and tight harmonies. Their live shows are a testing ground for their original music.”

“Broken Trail is a country band from western Washington. They make the country music for the rest of us. For those who like country music that is not overly infused with rock, or played off as a pop song. This is a band that drives at the root of the genre and truly finds the country sound that I know many have been longing for. With influences like Waylon, Willie, and Johnny Cash, you know it will be a good time with a reflective side. This is the type of country so many people grew up on. Though, with all of the pride in the past, Broken Trail is breaking new ground and forging the new line of country music. They have a new CD out titled What this Country Needs. More information can be found at their website: http://www.broke-n-trail.com/. I have heard two of the tracks, and it is classic.”

“Broken Trail's 2009 release "What This Country Needs" was a long time coming! It is the epitome of country music, combining ballads to downright rocking all in one album! If you weren't a country fan before, you will be after you hear this album! It will quickly find it's way into your favorites collection, it's now in mine! ”