High Road

High Road

 Newport, New Hampshire, USA
BandCountryClassic Rock

Not your Mama's Country! Modern country/classic rock/southern rock and original music. We often rock the stage with established Nashville artists. We are a band that means business. Check us out!


High Road is a five piece band performing the hottest country and most popular classic rock tunes on the charts. Formed and based out of central NH, each member of the band brings at least 20 years experience to the table.

This group takes pride in their music, and their live performances are a tribute to that. With their combined experience and talent, they have created a unique style that sets them apart from other local/regional bands. Their fans lay the foundation upon which they structure their music, and High Road is excited to have the diversity to appeal to all audiences of any age.

High Road is quickly becoming one of the hottest country and classic rock acts in New England. Whether they are opening for established Nashville acts like the legendary George Jones, or well known artists like Chuck Wicks, Mark Wills, and Tracy Byrd; this band has the drive to make it to the next level.

Everywhere High Road appears; they leave the audience wanting more and more. High Road is "Not your mama's country". So buckle up, hold on, and enjoy the ride.


Praying For an Angel

Written By: Ed Leavitt (copyright 2007)

Praying For An Angel

(Verse 1)

She wakes up to another day
She’s way too tired to want to play
With the other kids
The Doctor says that she’ll be fine
It’s going to take a little time
She can’t help it
Sometimes when daddy turns out her light
She hears her mama crying in the night
And she listens close
They beg to God to save her life
They ask for help to get them by
But they don’t really know

And, she prays for an angel
To watch over her tonight
She knows only time will tell
If things will be all right
She’s hoping that an angel
Will see the tears she’s cried
She’s praying that an angel will stay by her side

(Verse 2)

His bat and ball sit on the shelf
Cause lately he’s not feeling well
Enough to play
He used to dig holes in the dirt
Now most days his tummy hurts
He’ll stay inside today
He dreams of trains and railroad tracks
And for the day his hair grows back
He hopes it will
For now he’ll do the best he can
He’ll be his mama’s little man
It’s all uphill

(Chorus-substituting he/him)


Their little hearts need hope to stay alive
Their little arms need wings to help them fly

(Repeat Chorus-substituting they/their)

Set List

All Jacked Up
All Summer Long
Bed You Made For Me
Big Green Tractor
Bobby McGee
Bottle Let me Down
Can’t You See
Don’t Do Me No Good
Down in Mississippi
Drift Away
Fast As You
Folsom Prison Blues
Gimme Three Steps
God Love Her
Good Hearted Woman
Gunpowder and Lead
Heaven Heartache
Hit Me W/Best Shot
Honky Tonk Woman
House is Rockin
It Happens
Keep Hands Yourself
Mama Don’t Dance
Mony, Mony
More I Drink
Mustang Sally
Old Time Rock and Roll
Pour Me
Red Neck Woman
Some Kind Wonderful
Squeeze Box
Stand By Me
Sweet Home Alabama
The Fireman
Travelin Band
Two More Bottles Wine
Walk Softly
White Liar
Workin Man Blues
You Shook Me All Night Long
Cowboy Casanova
Only Prettier