Plume has long been known for his richly detailed storytelling style and unyielding devotion to rock and roll’s original spirit.
On his new album Lonesome Stretch Of Highway, Mike Plume is reborn. Its nine tracks bear the Edmonton singer/songwriter’s distinctive mark, but with an added crackling energy that’s a byproduct of hard-won experience.
Having first arrived on the scene in the midst of the alt-country insurgency of the early 1990s, Plume and his loyal band have logged countless miles around the globe, touring with the likes of Steve Earle, The Mavericks, John Hiatt and others, while befriending legends such as Levon Helm and Stompin’ Tom Connors. The lessons he’s learned along the way have left an indelible mark on Lonesome Stretch Of Highway, with songs such as “Younger Than We Are Today,” “It’s A Long Way” (featuring The Road Hammers), and “Perfume And Gasoline” destined to take a place among his best-loved tunes.
Plume has long been known for his richly detailed storytelling style and unyielding devotion to rock and roll’s original spirit. That’s all present on Lonesome Stretch Of Highway, powered by Plume’s earthy, uncompromising voice. That combination is proof that one of Canada’s most accomplished singer/songwriters remains at the top of his game and is ready to hit that highway again.