2013 GeorgiaCMA OUT-WRITE Artist of the year

2013 georgiaCMA band of of the year

2013 IMEA Country Band of the year 

2013 Georgia Music Awards Band of the Year

2012 GeorgiaCMA Band of the Year


"Welcome to the Deep south"


debut album "The Levee Sessions" Available Now!!

 Hailing from Dawson, GA, they have booked some of the most sought after venues and events in the country including The Grizzly Rose in Denver, CO, which was nominated by the CMA Awards and ACM Awards for “Venue of the Year”, The Georgia Throwdown in Albany, GA, Frontier Days in Timpson, TX, the world famous Sturgis Bike Rally in South Dakota, Toby Keith's in Denver, CO, grand openings for companies such as Bass Pro Shops, and The North Dakota State Fair where they played to sold out crowds exceeding 8,000 people singing their original songs back to the band for four consecutive nights. They hold attendance records at several venues in the Southeast and have also shared the stage with, and worked with, some of the biggest names in the business such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Toby Keith, Journey, Gary Allan, Jake Owen, Brantley Gilbert, Big & Rich, Chris Cagle and Tim McGraw. Highway 55 has multiple singles that get nationwide radio play in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Switzerland, such as fan favorites "Little White Lines", "Sundown", "Welcome to The Deep South", “Southern Nights”, “Middle of Nowhere” and “Did You Love Her”. Another single, “A Bottle and My Bible”, was recently publicly recognized by Jim Beam. Two of their original songs, “Southern Nights" and “Country Road", were recently pinned the theme songs of TV hunting show “Southern Trophy Hunters", putting Highway 55‘s music in over 6,000,000 homes every week. After selling thousands of copies of their first album, "The Levee Sessions", Highway 55 released their highly anticipated sophomore album "Welcome To The Deep South" in March of 2014. Highway 55 recently concluded two nationwide tours including a two month tour, playing over forty five shows in sixty days and covering seventeen states.