The Freeway Revival / Press

“The Freeway Revival did just that. Climbing the old wooden steps upstairs at the Water’n Hole in Waynesville recently, the quintet was headlong into another frantic jam when I asked the person next to me, “Who in the hell is that?” Dueling guitars, heartbeat percussion and keyboards spiraling out of control until it crescendos, ultimately crashing back down into the next glorious verse.”

“The Freeway Revival's "Over the Mountain is anticipated by many and promises an exciting new year on the road. Producer John Ryan (Allman Brothers, Styx, Lynyrd Skynyrd) helped craft a strong sound for the gent's original tunes; a blend of rockin' Americana sounds, ranging in influence from southern blues to classic country western, are brought back to their acoustic origination. The Freeway Revival has a sound all their own, unique as The Band, yet relate able as Skynyrd.”

“Cool organic Hippy country rock...”

Henry Paul - Henry Paul (The Outlaws)

“These southern Gents build their success through constant touring coast to coast and determination to become a main stage band. Now, the path ahead is proving that hard work and sacrifice will turn their dreams into reality.”

“The Freeway Revival returned to their native Culpeper to perform songs from their debut CD, fittingly entitle "Songs From Home"”

“They were, of course, followed by The Freeway Revival—the amazingly-talented, group from Asheville, NC. TFR is made up of twin brothers, Adam and Jonathan Clayton, who are musically accompanied by Joey Lee and Cartwright Brandon. Together, this group continues to throw down an amazing repertoire of music, which entails—what they refer to as—“Rock/All Classic American Music.” To gain a true appreciation for TFR’s amazing talent, you can visit their respective Facebook and Reverb-Nation sites for their music and future tour dates.”