Lovin', Hurtin', Drinkin' and Flirtin'.
Lost Highway Navigators deliver original honkytonk tunes that recall the classic country music of Ernest Tubb, Lefty Frizzell, Jimmy Martin, Wanda Jackson and Hank Williams.
"You'll hear straight-up 4/4 country shuffle tunes, some Harlan Howard classics, a trucking song, one or two tearjerkers, and more than a couple of songs about love gone wrong for all the right reasons."
"An entertaining show with really well-written songs, seasoned musicianship and hilarious banter." - Guy Edlund, Host, CFCR Radio, Saskatoon
"Hot fire from the cold north, high-proof Canadian country. Order up a double." - Alastair Whitehead, The Slocan Ramblers
" Like moonshine by the mason jar."- Robert Greer, Town Mountain
"MacLean's harmonica is amazing ... that's some really great playing." - Charles R. Humphrey III, Songs from the Road Band
"MacLean has got some good tunes. And he blows. The harmonica, I mean." - Jon Stickley, Jon Stickley Trio
"Like the crossroads of North America, they offer a blend of music, which depending on your direction, could lead you straight to hell or your mama's backyard." - Jesse Langlais, Town Mountain
"The Navigators tap into the old-time music veins. Clustered around a single microphone, they sing their hearts out, while the ghosts of the old country greats swirl over their heads."- Devon Leger, KITHFOLK magazine.