Mountain Highway®

"Mountain Highway"® – Bluegrass Heritage, Family Harmony

Mountain Highway®

"Mountain Highway"® – Bluegrass Heritage, Family Harmony


Mountain Highway®

Mountain Highway® is an authentic young family band steeped in the traditional bluegrass and gospel music that was originally made famous by icons like Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and Ralph Stanley. The band is comprised of four sibling singers who play banjo, fiddle, mandolin, and guitar, with their father playing upright bass. The teens are often heralded for their tight family harmony.

After seeing them perform in Nashville, Debra Jean Wagoner said, “I had chill bumps. Their music transported me back to the days when my father Porter Wagoner took me to hear bluegrass at the Ryman Auditorium.”

Bluegrass icon Jamie Dailey said, “When I heard angelic voices singing harmony to one another from a group called Mountain Highway, I was stunned! I’m a harmony buff and love hearing it done purely.”

Mountain Highway hails from Lynchburg, Virginia, but spends much of its time traveling extensively to perform at popular music venues in several states. A few of their notable appearances have taken place at: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver Fest (NC), HoustonFest/Galax (VA), Jerusalem Ridge Celebration (KY), and the WindGap Bluegrass Festival (PA).

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Song Selection

Mountain Highway prefers to sing traditional bluegrass music that showcases the group’s family harmony. Here are some favorites:

Angel Band (Haskell and Bradbury)

By the Mark (Welch & Raw)

Cherokee Shuffle (Tommy Jackson)

Crying Holy (Martha Carson)

Down the Road (Flatt & Scruggs)

Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Earl Scruggs)

Foggy Mountain Top (The Carter Family)

Get In Line Brother (Lester Flatt)

Get on the Road to Glory (Flatt & Scruggs)

Going to Georgia (Ralph Stanley)

Gonna Be Moving (Randall Hilton)

Greenville Trestle High (James Jett)

I’ll Fly Away (Albert E. Brumley)

In the Jailhouse Now (Jimmie Rodgers)

Just as the Sun Went Down (Lyn Udall)

Man of Constant Sorrow (Ralph Stanley)

Paul and Silas (Washington Phillips)

Ruby (Cousin Emmy)

Sing, Sing, Sing (Hank Williams, Sr.)

Take Me in the Lifeboat (Chris Hillman)

The Old Crossroad (Bill Monroe)

The Old Home Place (Jayne and Webb)

That Little Girl of Mine in Tennessee (Lester Flatt)

Think Of What You’ve Done (Carter Stanley)

When He Reached Down His Hand For Me (Easterling, Thomas and Wright)

When You Say Nothing at All (Overstreet and Schlitz)

Who Will Sing For Me (Carter Stanley)

Wildwood Flower (Irving and Webster)

Will The Circle Be Unbroken (A.P. Carter)

You Can Feel It In Your Soul (Gladys Flatt)