Highway 373

Portrait of Highway 373

Highway 373, Country Rock group from Norway House, Manitoba consists of six talented musicians/singers/songwriters with mixed and varied pasts in and out of the Manitoba music industry.


Ancestries: First Nations
Languages: English
Genre: Country, Rock

Albums

Album Cover
No Limits [nominated: 2007, 2006]
mp3 clipLonesome Highway (746.3K)

Awards, Nominations & Submissions

2007Best Rock CDNo LimitsNominee
2007Single of the YearLonesome HighwaySubmission
2007Best Group or DuoMissing AlbumSubmission
2007Aboriginal Entertainer of the YearMissing AlbumSubmission
2006Best Country CDNo LimitsNominee
2006Best New ArtistMissing AlbumSubmission
2006Single of the YearLonesome HighwaySubmission
2006Best Group or DuoMissing AlbumSubmission
2006Best Country CDNo LimitsSubmission

Group Members

  • Clayton D'Aoust
  • Dan Currie
  • Ryan D'Aoust
  • Dan Shorrock
  • AJ Halcrow
  • Ronald Osbourne

Biography

Highway 373, Country Rock group from Norway House, Manitoba consists of six talented musicians/singers/songwriters with mixed and varied pasts in and out of the Manitoba music industry.

Starting with front man Clayton D'Aoust (Acoustic Guitar and Lead Vocals) and co-writing partner Dan Currie (Acoustic Guitar and Lead Vocals), this band incorporates many styles and sounds throughout their music.

The sharp melodic sounds of Dan Shorrock's electric guitar leads and mandolin solos are accompanied by AJ Halcrow (Drums and percussion), Ronald Osborne on Bass and 2005 CBC Galaxie -Rising Star Award winner Ryan D'Aoust on Fiddle, Banjo, Keyboards and Harmony Vocals.

The mixture of experience, talent and success with the engineering and producing of their first CD "No Limits" by country music legend Craig Fotheringham, Highway 373 has produced a solid mixture of hard driving country / coutry-rock tunes and heartfelt ballads on their first release.

The first radio released single is "Lonesome Highway" the first track and the first taste of many solid things to come from this band. At the November 2006 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Toronto, Ontario, Highway 373 took home the "Best Rock CD" award...

Stay tuned and close to your radio as you're bound to hear these up and comers rising to the top of the Aboriginal and mainstream Country Rock Charts.