Lost Highway Records was formed by Luke Lewis in , Lost Highway Records operates as a music label, based out of , but the label also issues music by and artists such as Morrissey and Ryan Adams. The company’s name was inspired by the Hank Williams song Lost Highway. Today the label operates in conjunction with The Island Def Jam Music Group and universal music group nashville. Lost Highway has distributed the soundtracks for O’ Brother, Where Art Thou?, Deadwood, and Open Season by Paul Westerberg. They have also acted as distributor for albums from Johnny Cash and Hank Williams.

Edited by jaknudsen on 28 Oct 2010, 07:25

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