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About Highway 101

During that era in the 1980s when uneducated hair-farmers roamed Sunset Strip in ass-less pants, there was a band in the hills of Los Angeles breathing new life into a sound that found home in the canyons just over a decade earlier. Highway 101 played cosmic American music with beautiful high-lonesome harmonies a la Gram and Emmylou. Although Minnesotan Paulette Carlson's heavenly rasp graced their melodic Country Rock with inflections similar to a twangy Stevie Nicks, the band had their own pastoral sound. It was a cocktail of rural Roots Rock mixed with warm and slick 1980s production techniques and song melodies that floated above the instrumentation.

Listen toHighway 101on Rhapsody

During that era in the 1980s when uneducated hair-farmers roamed Sunset Strip in ass-less pants, there was a band in the hills of Los Angeles breathing new life into a sound that found home in the canyons just over a decade earlier. Highway 101 played cosmic American music with beautiful high-lonesome harmonies a la Gram and Emmylou. Although Minnesotan Paulette Carlson's heavenly rasp graced their melodic Country Rock with inflections similar to a twangy Stevie Nicks, the band had their own pastoral sound. It was a cocktail of rural Roots Rock mixed with warm and slick 1980s production techniques and song melodies that floated above the instrumentation.

About Highway 101

During that era in the 1980s when uneducated hair-farmers roamed Sunset Strip in ass-less pants, there was a band in the hills of Los Angeles breathing new life into a sound that found home in the canyons just over a decade earlier. Highway 101 played cosmic American music with beautiful high-lonesome harmonies a la Gram and Emmylou. Although Minnesotan Paulette Carlson's heavenly rasp graced their melodic Country Rock with inflections similar to a twangy Stevie Nicks, the band had their own pastoral sound. It was a cocktail of rural Roots Rock mixed with warm and slick 1980s production techniques and song melodies that floated above the instrumentation.

About Highway 101

During that era in the 1980s when uneducated hair-farmers roamed Sunset Strip in ass-less pants, there was a band in the hills of Los Angeles breathing new life into a sound that found home in the canyons just over a decade earlier. Highway 101 played cosmic American music with beautiful high-lonesome harmonies a la Gram and Emmylou. Although Minnesotan Paulette Carlson's heavenly rasp graced their melodic Country Rock with inflections similar to a twangy Stevie Nicks, the band had their own pastoral sound. It was a cocktail of rural Roots Rock mixed with warm and slick 1980s production techniques and song melodies that floated above the instrumentation.