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Pete Abbott, Dave Santos, Gary Goodlow, Mike Brenner and Ed Pettersen are the High Line Riders. New album, their first in 18 years, out Spring of 15 Tracks. 13 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from The High Line Riders on your desktop or mobile device.
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The Lee Riders, serving as the first release on GKL pal Colin Hill's High on the Pyg Track label, is now reissued (in a run of just copies), for the first time ever in an attractive CD wallet, with original artwork and an accompanying 8-page booklet designed by Tony Poole (Starry Eyed And Laughing) with notes by Shagrat's Nigel Cross and a.
The melodic hooks of songwriter Pettersen backed by the tightly toned musical muscle of the Riders makes for some driving country folk rock. They may well be the new kids in town on the Americana charts shortly. [--Jane Hurchalla] Band Members: Ed Pettersen - vocals, guitar Mike Abbott - guitar Deany Blake - guitar John Sheppard - bass.
The word of the month is solid. Six years ago my dearest friend, Pete Abbott (formerly of the Average White Band and Ed Pettersen & the High Line Riders), decamped to Norway after meeting his future wife on tour. We hadn’t seen each other in five years until Pete visited two weeks ago and I was instantly reminded why he’s my best friend.
A series of acoustic guitar duos between Henry Kaiser playing on an string harp guitar, and Ed Pettersen (of The High Line Riders), playing an 8-string Weissenborn guitar, freely improvised and with a psychedelic/cosmic impulse as the two draw on elements of Americana and roots-based folk music in four extended recordings, the camaraderie and mutual intent evident in this fascinating album.
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