Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway
"I have the cd in my hand right now and I can't stop listening to it. Makes me wanna get on a bike and ride down the highway."
Steve Pappas oWOW Radio Cleveland, OH
The cover photo of the new Righteous Hillbillies record, taken by Kevin Selph, is a beautiful shot of a long, desolate road leading into a tree lined tunnel. More than a perfect complement to the record title, Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway, it is actually an invitation. Pack your bags, leave your inhibitions in the dust, and ride into the rock ‘n’ roll emporium of pleasure, aggression, and avid enlargement of each moment. Rock ‘n’ roll has always pulled off the parlor trick of offering listeners an escape, but not an escape from reality – an escape into a reality larger than the one of the everyday. Rock ‘n’ roll, in its best moments, communicates the intensity of life that is available to those ready for the ride.
Read the full review by David Masciotra at No Depression: http://nodepression.com/album-review/roadmap-rock-n-roll-paradise-new-record-righteous-hillbillies