DAVES HIGHWAY MAKES COUNTRY MUSIC DEBUT WITH TWO-SONG SELF TITLED EP AVAILABLE TODAY
February 16, 2021
Mississippi-born sibling trio, Daves Highway, make their Country music debut with a two-song offering, “Hate That You Hate Me” (written by Hannah Ellis, Natalie Hemby, Josh Kerr) and “Why Do We Need ‘Em” (written by Hannah Ellis, Natalie Hemby, Josh Kear), available today on all digital music platforms.
GRAMMY Award-winning producer Ron Fair, who’s previous work includes artists Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga and The Black Eyed Peas, produced the pair of songs in Nashville, Tennessee.
Daves Highway is comprised of siblings Delaney, Zachary and Erika Daves. Since posting a home video performance on YouTube in 2009, the trio has topped 20 million video views and toured across the country.
The band is managed by Good Company Entertainment, a partnership between Jake Owen, Keith Gale and Jon Andolina, where Jake Owen serves as head of A&R for the roster.
“I couldn’t be more proud of Daves Highway.. I knew the minute I heard them, they were special,” says Good Company Entertainment’s Jake Owen. “We needed great songs and a great producer. Thanks to this amazing town and the incredible songwriters, we found those songs. Ron Fair took the songs and Daves Highway to a whole new level. I’ve always loved being a cheerleader for others. I love watching the journey and Daves Highway is destined for an incredible one…”
More to come from Daves Highway throughout 2021.