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The Highwaymen

It's easy enough to dismiss the Highwaymen as representatives of a brand of folk music that has gone out of fashion, at least among the media tastemakers. Their kind of harmony singing, coupled with traditional songs and ballads, has seldom been written of in the decades since their heyday. What's more, their late-'50s collegiate origins, as a quintet whose purpose was to foster entertainment more than to raise consciousness, belonged more to the setting of the hootenanny than the anti-war teach-in or the political rally. They stand alongside the Kingston Trio, the Chad Mitchell Trio, the New Christie Minstrels, the Serendipity Singers, and the Brothers Four on the losing side of the early-'60s battle between the folk-pop acts and the more confrontational and politically oriented species of folk singer represented by Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, and Tom Rush. But the Highwaymen did have a major impact on the folk scene of the early '60s. Apart from a couple of major hit singles, and appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, they contributed a couple of future standards to the folk repertory ("Big Rock Candy Mountain," "All My Trials"), played a key role in the unearthing of a major, overlooked Leadbelly song, which later became a major new addition to the repertoire of both Creedence Clearwater Revival and the Beach Boys, and also made the first recordings, or the first American recordings, of seminally important songs by Buffy St. Marie and Ewan MacColl, respectively.

Their origins go back to the late '50s, when, for a time, it seemed as though every college was spawning a folk group or two or three. California's Menlo College led the way as the birthplace of the Kingston Trio, and a year later Connecticut's Wesleyan University was where the Highwaymen were born. In the fall of 1958, Dave Fisher, Steve Butts, Bobby Burnett, and Chan Daniels met through a performance at a college fraternity show, and guitarist Steve Trott came aboard during their rehearsals. Originally named the Clansmen, for their heavily Scottish and Irish repertory (the members being ignorant in the late-'50s northeast of the negative racial and political associations that this name carried), they were popular enough at concerts around Wesleyan that they decided to try and turn professional, and to get a recording contract. The quintet auditioned for several labels without success, although they did make contact with Ken Greengrass, who became their manager. The group cut a demo tape of their entire repertory and, as an afterthought, included a song that they'd added to their shows, called "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore." It was Greengrass who suggested the name change, from the Clansmen to the Highwaymen, after the Alfred Noyes poem (which was also the inspiration for one of Phil Ochs' most popular early songs). They signed with United Artists, then a new record label started up by the movie studio of the same name, in early 1959, and cut a self-titled debut album soon after under producer Don Costa.

That LP, released in the late summer of 1960, barely sold at all, despite the presence of Dave Fisher's "Big Rock Candy Mountain." A similar fate befell the single pulled from the album, "Santiano" b/w "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore," and that seemed to be the end of the story. The group was dropped by United Artists, and the quintet were back where they started. They might never have been heard from again -- the folk boom had spawned dozens of groups eager for a try at recording -- but for the efforts of an independent distributor from Connecticut named "Big Ed" Dinello, who began pushing the single's B-side, "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore," and persuaded other distributors to promote it, and various disc jockeys to play it. The record slowly became popular across the northeast and broke out nationally in 1961, rising to the number one spot that summer. The Highwayman album, forgotten in the UA catalog, suddenly began selling a year after its release, catching everyone off guard when it charted in October of 1961, peaking at number 42. The Highwaymen suddenly found themselves major recording stars as their senior year commenced, with United Artists eager to get them back into the studio. A new album, entitled Standing Room Only, followed, along with appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show and a full schedule of weekend concerts.

The group's single, "The Gypsy Rover," became another success along the lines of their first, however, when its B-side, "Cotton Fields" (also known as "Cottonfields" and "The Cotton Song") proved more popular with disc jockeys. Their choice of "Cotton Fields" was fortuitous for more than the Highwaymen, who got a number 13 single out of it. "Cotton Fields" was a Leadbelly song that even the late blues-folk singer's estate had not recognized or, until then, copyrighted. It proved to be one of the most valuable copyrights owned by the Leadbelly estate and his publisher, discovered in the wake of the Highwaymen by a whole generation of listeners, among them Alan Jardine and John Fogerty, both of whom covered it successfully later in the '60s as members of the Beach Boys and Creedence Clearwater Revival, respectively. The Highwaymen were still undergraduates while all of this success was coming their way. A third album, Encore, followed, but its release seemed to presage a downturn in the group's fortunes. The accompanying single, "I'm on My Way" b/w "Whiskey in the Jar," failed to chart during early 1962. An extended period of lineup shifts began as the members all graduated that June: Steve Trott announced his exit from the lineup in favor of enrolling in law school and was replaced by ex-Cumberland Three and Belafonte Singers member Gil Robbins, and the group was reduced to a quartet when Burnett began a required six months of active duty in the Army Reserve.

A fourth album, March On, Brothers, was issued late in 1962 by the four-man group, but neither it nor a single of "I Know Where I'm Going" sold anywhere near the levels of the Highwaymen's early releases. After graduation, the Highwaymen became much closer to the core of the urban folk music revival. All of them began living in Greenwich Village in late 1962 and started an extended engagement at the Gaslight Cafe. They were competitive with most of their rivals, and if they weren't topping the charts, their records still sold respectably, including a live album, Hootenanny with the Highwaymen, featuring the revived five-man lineup (Burnett having finished his military obligation), cut in front of an audience at in a recording studio and issued in June of 1963, with an October 1963 follow-up, One More Time, which included the first cover of "Universal Soldier" by Buffy St. Marie, whom they'd met at the Gaslight, and the Ewan McColl-Peggy Seeger-authored "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face." Another live LP, Homecoming, cut at Wesleyan, followed in the early spring of 1964.

The Highwaymen evolved during the course of the early '60s. From the relatively innocent era of the late '50s, their awareness of folk music grew. By 1964, they were cutting songs by the Almanac Singers (who were certainly among the most politically motivated of folk groups during the early '40s) and important new material by songwriters such as Tom Paxton ("Rambling Boy"). The group could have continued indefinitely; between the members, especially songwriters Dave Fisher and Gil Robbins, and their manager, they'd shown a knack for composing or choosing good songs, and a respectable ear for songs that would become important, so that their clean-cut early-'60s image (and their association with the early-'60s hit "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore") was not a drag on their audience appeal as they moved into the more confrontational middle of the decade. The Highwaymen might've followed Peter, Paul & Mary and jumped across that chasm separating the folk-pop outfits from the harder, more topical political singers of the era, but for the fact that three of its members, Burnett, Daniels, and Butts had never intended to dedicate their whole lives to music. Rather, the music was fun, and, as it turned out, a means to an end, in the form of relative financial security. They'd never planned on doing it for more than two years, and by 1964 were already passing that time limit.

The group's final UA album, The Spirit and the Flesh, appeared in the fall of 1964, and they disbanded soon after, Dave Fisher and Gil Robbins continuing with music while Burnett, Daniels, and Butts all entered graduate school. As the parting had been amicable, however, there was nothing to stop the occasional get-together of the quintet. With Burnett, Daniels, and Butts fitting it in between courses, the Highwaymen cut two LPs, The Highwaymen on a New Road and Stop, Look, and Listen, for the ABC-Paramount label. Various members reunited over the next few years in different configurations, and Fisher, Trott, and Daniels appeared at a show called The Great Folk Festival which was broadcast by ABC in 1974. Chan Daniels passed away in 1975, but the surviving members played a pair of anniversary concerts at Wesleyan University in 1987. A brief confrontation -- settled amicably -- with the Waylon Jennings-Willie Nelson-Johnny Cash-Kris Kristofferson country outfit using the same name led to a joint concert by the two groups of Highwaymen in October of 1990.

In January of the following year, the original Highwaymen were playing together again, at the annual World Folk Music Association concert in Washington, D.C., and after that resumed concertizing on a semi-regular basis. Each of the surviving members subsequently had a thriving, full-time career, in or outside of music, and the group continued to perform a few weekends out of every year for many years (and, with all of their other "firsts" in terms of cutting certain songs, may have been the only folk group in the history of the United States to boast a sitting Federal appeals court judge, in the person of Steve Trott, in their lineup). Indeed, the group received considerable acclaim for its 2007 live album When the Village Was Green, yet the Highwaymen's latter-day renaissance was dealt a serious blow, to say the least, by the deaths of Dave Fisher in 2010 and Bobby Burnett in 2011. ~ Bruce Eder
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: American Outlaws (Live)

Disc 1

1. Mystery Train (Live)

2. Highwayman (Live)

3. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys (Live)

4. Good Hearted Woman (Live)

5. Trouble Man (Live)

6. Amanda (Live)

7. There Ain't No Good Chain Gang (Live)

8. Ring Of Fire (Live)

9. Folsom Prison Blues (Live)

10. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain (Live)

11. Sunday Morning Coming Down (Live)

12. Help Me Make It Through The Night (Live)

13. The Best Of All Possible Worlds (Live)

14. Loving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again) (Live)

15. City Of New Orleans (Live)

16. Always On My Mind (Live)

17. Me And Bobby McGee (Live)

Disc 2

1. Silver Stallion (Live)

2. The Last Cowboy Song (Live)

3. Two Stories Wide (Live)

4. Living Legend (Live)

5. The Pilgrim: Chapter 33 (Live)

6. They Killed Him (Live)

7. I Still Miss Someone (Live)

8. Ragged Old Flag (Live)

9. (Ghost) Riders In The Sky (Live)

10. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way (Live)

11. Night Life (Live)

12. The King Is Gone (So Are You) [Live]

13. Desperados Waiting For A Train (Live)

14. Big River (Live)

15. A Boy Named Sue (Live)

16. Why Me (Live)

17. Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love) (Live)

18. On The Road Again (Live)

Disc 3

11. One Too Many Mornings


Track List: The Very Best Of

1. Highwayman

2. Silver Stallion

3. Desperados Waiting For A Train

5. Big River (Live)

6. The Last Cowboy Song

8. Born And Raised In Black And White

9. One Too Many Mornings

11. American Remains

12. Against The Wind

13. Living Legend

14. Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos)

15. Welfare Line


Track List: Folk Essentials

1. I Know Where I'm Going

2. Michael (Row The Boat Ashore)

3. Whiskey In The Jar

4. I'll Fly Away

5. Bim Bam

6. Little Boy

7. Eres Alta

8. Mighty Day (Stereo Version)

9. El Rancho Grande

10. Cottonfields

11. Roll On Columbia, Roll On

12. Ballad Of Spring Hill

13. Cindy, Oh Cindy

14. Lonesome Road Blues

15. Die Moorsoldaten

16. Big Rock Candy Mountain

17. Fiesta Linda

18. Mighty Day (Mono Version)

19. Fare Thee O Babe

20. The Sinking Of The Reuben James

21. Marching To Pretoria

22. Railroad Bill

23. Well, Well, Well

24. The Gypsy Rover

25. I'm On My Way


Track List: Folk Hits Collection

1. I'll Fly Away

2. Cotton Fields

3. Marching To Pretoria

4. Cindy, Oh Cindy

5. Michael (Row The Boat Ashore)

6. The Sinking Of The Reuben James

7. Mighty Day

8. Well, Well, Well

9. They Gypsy Rover

10. I Know Where I'm Going

11. Roll On Columbia, Roll On

12. I'm On My Way

13. Ramblin' Boy

14. Red Is The Rose

15. Whiskey In The Jar

16. Big Rock Candy Mountain

17. Good Night Irene

18. No. 1

19. Old Folk Music (With Some Rock 'N' Roll)


Track List: When The Village Was Green

1. Roll On Columbia, Roll On

2. Ramblin' Rover

3. Intro To Daughters & Sons

4. Daughters & Sons

5. The Queen Of Connemara

6. Big Rock Candy Mountain

7. Intro To Ashokan Farewell

8. Ashokan Farewell

9. Intro To Manchester Rambler

10. Manchester Rambler

11. The Jolly Swagman / And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda

12. El Humahuaqueno

13. The Glory Years

14. Roll Turn Spin Instrumental & Intro

15. Green, Green, Rocky Road

16. When The Village Was Green

17. The Water Is Wide / Fair & Tender Ladies

18. Work Of The Weavers

19. Good Night Irene


Track List: The Water Of Life: A Celtic Collection

1. Down By The Lagan Side

2. Ramblin' Rover

3. The Gypsy Rover

4. Nancy Whiskey

5. Paddy's Lamentation

6. Paddy Works On The Railway

7. Red Is The Rose

8. Irish Lamentation Waltz

9. Whiskey In The Jar

10. The Great Silkie

11. Work Of The Weavers

12. Broom Of The Cowdenknowes

13. Finnegan's Wake

14. Parting Glass


Track List: Still Rowing!

1. Goodnight Irene

2. I Know Where I'm Going

3. Whiskey In The Jar

4. The Work Of The Weavers

5. When The Village Was Green

6. La Bamba

7. The Gypsy Rover

8. The Glory Years

9. Michael

10. Number One


Track List: In Concert

1. No. 1 (Live)

2. Santianno (Live)

3. The Gypsy Rover (Live)

4. Irish Work Song (Live)

5. Introductions / Highwaymen Name Story (Live)

6. A Place In The Choir (Live)

7. Red Is The Rose (Live)

8. The River (Live)

9. The Tale Of Michael Flynn (Live)

10. Streets Of Laredo (Live)

11. Sinking Of The Ruben James (Live)

12. The Other Highwaymen Story (Live)

13. Wild Goose (Greenland Fisheries) (Live)

14. Finnegan's Wake (Live)

15. Ramblin' Boy (Talk) (Live)

16. Ramblin' Boy (Live)

17. Guantanamera (Live)

18. La Bamba (Live)

19. Michael (Live)

20. Cotton Fields (Live)

21. The Parting Glass (Live)


Track List: Highwayman Super Hits

1. Highwayman

2. Big River

3. Desperados Waiting For A Train

4. The Last Cowboy Song

5. The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over

6. Angels Love Bad Men

7. Silver Stallion

8. We're All In Your Corner

9. Songs That Make A Difference

10. American Remains


Track List: The Road Goes On Forever

1. The Devil's Right Hand

2. Live Forever

3. Everyone Gets Crazy

4. It Is What It Is

5. I Do Believe

6. The End Of Understanding

7. True Love Travels A Gravel Road

8. Death And Hell

9. Waiting For A Long Time

10. Here Comes That Rainbow Again

11. The Road Goes On Forever


Track List: The Best Of The Highwaymen: 'Michael, Row The Boat Ashore'

1. Michael

2. Santiano

3. Cindy, Oh Cindy

4. Big Rock Candy Mountain

5. The Gypsy Rover

6. Three Jolly Rogues

7. Cotton Fields

9. Whiskey In The Jar

10. I'm On My Way

11. March On Brothers!

12. I Know Where I'm Going

13. (Marching To) Pretoria

14. Well, Well, Well

16. The Tale Of Michael Flynn

17. Universal Soldier

18. Work Of The Weavers

19. So Fare Ye Well

21. There Comes Alibama

22. The Sinking Of The Reuben James

23. Ramblin' Boy

24. Number #1


Track List: Highwayman 2

1. Silver Stallion

2. Born And Raised In Black And White

4. We're All In Your Corner

5. American Remains

7. Angels Love Bad Men

8. Songs That Make A Difference

9. Living Legend


Track List: Homecoming! Recorded Live At Wesleyan University

1. Standing By The Gate

2. The Gypsy Rover

3. There Comes Alibama

4. Shotgun Talking Blues

5. Rhody (Short)

6. Careless Love

7. The Sinking Of The Reuben James

8. Brandy Is My True Lover's Name

9. Riddles (Spoken)

10. Jenny's Gone And I Don't Care

11. Did You Ever See A Wild Goose?

12. Morning Dew

13. Possum Meat

14. Bon Soir


Track List: Standing Room Only!

1. Cotton Fields

2. Black Eyed Suzie

3. Rise Up Shepherd

4. Nostalchis Tucmanas

5. Three Jolly Rogues

6. Pollerita

7. The Gypsy Rover

8. The Calton Weaver

9. Wildwood Flower

10. Johnny With The Bandy Legs

11. The Great Silkie

12. Run Come See Jerusalem


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These old boys throw down
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Love this song ��������
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Kristofetson . . . . g r e a t song writer....a* * h o l e as a person. Ask my sister
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God bless them and the beer
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There's a 5 $ find raising raffle at :

Saint Patrick's Church

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The best of the best
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No but it is how I'm gonna do IT
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So, the bio is for the other Highwaymen group, but they play both them and the Nelson/Jenni n g s / K r i s t o f f e r s o n / C a s h group under it...
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this is not the willy nelson, waylon jennings album!
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The best love them
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These 4 men are true country legends. It's going to be almost impossible to fill their shoes. If not possible at all.
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This bio is not about the Nelson, Kristofferso n Jennings, Cash group called the Highway Men
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Fix please. This is a different highwaymen than described. This is irish folk highwaymen, not the chris christoferso n ones
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Highwaymen Nassau
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This is the wrong Highwaymen. This article is under the Nelson/Krist o f e r s o n / J e n n i n g s / C a s h Highwaymen.
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You can tell how much they enjoyed each other's company watched a huge show on public TV about them they had a lot of fun together the four tour's they did
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One of the best songs ever written.
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When you get all these legends together you can make super songs
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What an awesome group of men. I grew up with their music. Some of the greatest artists ever
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I love this music. It tells a story and reaches the heart.
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Great song
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Thanks guest men peace love dope
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Nice they are truly legends Waylon lives in our hearts forever
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Great song luckenbach tx.
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griffin.ther e s a 6 0
There will never be anyone to fill the Outlaws shoes. God Bless them All
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The best of the Best America #1 second to none
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They are the greatest ever...Ameri c a n Remains is a amazing song
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I can't right now I am about tired of messing with damn comps
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California14 you are going to LOVE Colt Ford - he is the BEST - I have seen him twice - once acoustic, once full band - FANTASTIC both times!!!
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All time favorites!
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My heroes have always been cowboys; as Willie says it. Always against the wind as Bob Seger sings of. "Don't be afraid of opposition;r e m e m b e r , a kite rises against the will our faith in the LORD,amen. God bless and have a good day y'all. :)
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Colt Ford @ the Tulare County Fair! Tulare CA, Check it out...Friday Sept. 16th, 2016 @ 8:00 pm. FREE CONCERT w/fair admission ($8) I can't wait to see him @ our country county fair...hope u all can spread the word & see you there hang'in round the beer booth!
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Merle best. First.legeng a r y . . n e v e r another....t h a n k s and you ll be t t y . . l o r e t t a .
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Kris Kristofferso n didn't have to worry about his next dollar after Sunday Morning Coming was published. It was his greatest money maker of all time.
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Love these guys always
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I love you guys your the best
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David Allan Coe is the best...... Where's he at
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I just love the old county and the high way men are the best
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I like any kind of music that don't sound like Opera and Jazz , besizes those two I like everything else .
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I lived this music. Thankyou for the adventure
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Good music!
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Wilson picture with my family members
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Yeah join my wifi
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Enjoy them while they still play them!
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Silver Stallion - wonderful!!
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