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Blue Highway's "The Game" Sits 3 Months at #1

The GameBlue Highway's album, The Game has now been sitting happily in the #1 spot on the charts for three months!! The album has also been nominated for the International Bluegrass Music Association's (IBMA) Album of the Year and Song of the Year inthe upcoming annual IBMA Awards program.

Blue Highway to Open Joe Val Bluegrass Fest on Feb 14

Blue HighwayBoston, MA -- Bluegrass superstars Blue Highway kick off their 20th year as a working band with a brand-new album, The Game, and a headlining slot at the 29th annual Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, New England’s premier wintertime roots music festival.

Blue Highways “The Game” Reflects 20 Years of Bluegrass Excellence

The Game“The Game,” the title cut of Blue Highway’s new album, is the tale of a rollicking gambler, stylistically kin to songs like the venerable “Wild Bill Jones,” and other bad man ballads. It is rife with recklessness, immoral behavior, and gunplay. It is the kind of stuff that abounds in the earliest bluegrass, yet is a new original song. It was written by Blue Highway’s Shawn Lane and Alison Krauss’ bass player Barry Bales, and sung by Lane with all the fierceness in his wild tenor voice.

Blue Highway’s The Game Marks Band’s 20th Anniversary

The GameBlue Highway will release their new album, The Game, on January 21, 2014. This will mark their twentieth anniversary as a working bluegrass band. During their twenty years together, Blue Highway has maintained an unusually high level of excellence in their music, consistently turning out bluegrass that’s characteristically true to the principles of the genre while remaining both memorable and original. Amazingly, the original personnel from the band (which formed in 1994) remains intact, a remarkable achievement in itself, given the frequent mixing and matching of personnel that is more the norm.

The Game is on with Blue Highway Jan 21,2014

The Game“The Game,” the title cut of Blue Highway’s new album, is the tale of a rollicking gambler, stylistically kin to songs like the venerable “Wild Bill Jones,” and other bad man ballads. It is rife with recklessness, immoral behavior, and gunplay. It is the kind of stuff that abounds in the earliest bluegrass, yet is a new original song. It was written by Blue Highway’s Shawn Lane and Alison Krauss’ bass player Barry Bales, and sung by Lane with all the fierceness in his wild tenor voice.

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