Lost Highway Records was formed by Luke Lewis in 2000, Lost Highway Records operates as a country music label, based out of Nashville. The company named was inspired by a Hank Williams song. Today the label operates in conjunction with The Island Def Jam Music Group.
Notable artists include Ryan Adams, Hayes Carll, Elvis Costello, Eagles, Bernard Fanning, Donavon Frankenreiter, Mary Gauthier, Golden Smog, The Jayhawks, Tift Merritt, Van Morrison, Willie Nelson, and Lucinda Williams.
Additionally Lost Highway 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 Lyle Lovett.
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