Blue Water Highway Band

This morning Blue Water Highway dropped a surprise single on us, Eric Church style. The song, called “Evangeline,” was recorded live in their studio, in a single take.
According to the release there are absolutely no overdubs, there is no autotune, and no other studio tric…
Ho Ho Ho
Blue Water Highway Band sing "What Christmas Means to Me" from their van, and we're all in the Christmas spirit. This week the San Marcos-based five piece, who have been garnering thousands of views with songs sung in the van, posted their version of a holiday classic...
A Prison Work Song
We could really get used to these Blue Water Highway Band covers.
Yesterday the San Marcos-based five piece posted their version of "Ain't No More Cane on the Brazos", recorded alongside the Brazos River. The band offers up a beautiful take on the classic prison work song, in f…
Marvin Gaye Cover
Blue Water Highway Band's debut album, Things We Carry, runs the gambit. The six-piece band, based in central Texas, sing songs about love, and joy, struggles and heartbreak, and all in seamless harmony.
Yesterday I was listening to their cover of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's "Ain't No Mounta…
'Q to Cortelyou'
The Blue Water Highway Band has released the second music video off their debut album, "Things We Carry," an album that has been receiving an amazing response from music goers. 
Their folksy "Texikana" sound matched with incredibly strong vocals make this…
'Medicine Man'
We've mentioned these cool cats from San Marcos before, and they are really starting to make a name for themselves. They've recently received recognition from world-reknown musicians and producers, including Lloyd Maines:
I would like to think it is my job as a writer and music advocate to bring fresh new music and faces to your attention — I use the term “underground music” loosely, in the sense that these artists deserve much more attention than they are receiving.