The Highway Women release their single "Shake The Dust" for Pre-Sale
Album Art: Anna Vaus Photography: Gonzalez Media Productions
The Highway Women get ready to shake up more than just "dust" with their latest single, "Shake The Dust" set for pre-sale May 22, 2020. "Shake The Dust" will release on all digital and streaming outlets June 22, 2020. The Highway Women will be releasing a music video before July 2020. Pre-Sale Link
The writers of the song are Amanda Pruitt & Davis Corley. Amanda Pruitt shares "The inspiration for the song "Shake the dust" is a phrase mentioned many times in the bible, speaking on leaving the negative behind and going on to something better. I want people to be inspired by the song and know that no matter what happens in life, if you pick yourself up and carry on forward it will all be alright" The Highway Women, Amanda Pruitt, Kristen Kae, Drew Haley and Heather Harper come together in perfect harmony delivering a soulful and inspiring vocal presentation. The ladies groundbreaking performance in "Shake The Dust" culminates in the chorus: "You'll know when it's the right time, to pack your bags and put the car in drive, race the sun to the horizon line, see if the grass is is greener on the other side...when breaking out and breaking down sounds better than sticking 'round missing out, push the pedal down, hit the clutch, make it count,...Shake The Dust..."
Produced by Larry Beaird - Beaird Music Group Nashville and Heart Songs Records the song features musicians Grady Saxman (Drums), Eli Beaird (Bass), J.T. Corenflos (Electric Guitar), Mike Rojas (Piano), Scotty Sanders (Steel) and Larry Beaird (Acoustic).
Kristen Kae, "I have dreamed all of my life to be where I am right now, making this record and working on this project with my Highway Women Sisters is a dream come true. We have been working so hard for over a year and we are finally starting to find our audience and we all feel so blessed." The Highway Women are making it count, with no regrets, get ready to watch them "Shake The Dust".
Biography: The Highway Women is an all female country music band like no other bringing a musical movement to uplift, inspire women and young girls in the music industry and beyond. The Highway Women fire on all cylinders and never fail to wow their audience and leave them wanting more. Their new single "Shake the Dust" is the last single in their first EP. "Stand Up and Fight" was released on May 24th 2019 and has become the anthem for The Highway Women as it embodies the spirit and passion of their drive to succeed in the music industry. The Highway Women have written their second EP, they will be going into the studio July 2020 to start recording their second project. Heather Harper is an East Texas native with a diverse love of performing all genres of music including Country/Pop/Blues. The girl has no limits when it comes to her music and we love that trait. In 2019 her single "Shouldn't Have Fallen" has been placed in the movie "Insincere Twins" which will be released on Netflix and BET as well as select theaters. She is a force in the East Texas region and she is now a part of our Highway Women Family! Amanda Pruitt is a singer songwriter who hails from East Texas but she calls her home Nashville. Amanda is one of the hardest working women in the music business, Amanda Pruitt, is on the rise to stardom by doing things the old fashion way. With four records and an EP, Amanda is also a creative storyteller and a living gypsy with a sound that will touch your soul. With a fire in her soul, real life lyrics, delivered with authentic southern charm, newcomer Kristen Kae is without question a star-in-the-making. This Kentucky Girl has been working in Nashville, Tennessee pursuing her career in country music. Some of her musical influences are Reba, Miranda & Dolly. Kristen Delivers her music with the spirit of Reba, The confidence of Miranda and she delights her audience with her contagious happy disposition, just like Dolly! Singer-Songwriter Drew Haley has landed cuts on five Independent Artist’s albums in the last three years and was nominated for the Hollywood Music and Media awards in 2014 for "It's Gonna be a Good Day". In addition, Drew has appeared in several episodes of the hit T.V. show, "Nashville". She also co-founded Get It Girl Nashville, an organization that offers business and creative support for female singer/songwriters in a male dominated industry, and also raises money for charitable groups such as Women’s Shelters and Breast Cancer Awareness. Drew has appeared at the legendary Bluebird cafe on numerous occasions and is seen regularly in writer rounds in Music City.