Maybe you felt the ground shift beneath you. Maybe the rumblings occurred from within. Either way, you had to deal with the consequences. You had to make choices. And as you observed friends, acquaintances, lovers, and strangers who seemed to have it all together, you felt utterly alone.
Highways and Hiking Shoes is the soundtrack to a life in transition. From "Quicksand," about remaining entrenched in an existence that no longer works, to "Moving On," about accepting the end of a relationship, to "Moths in Search of the Moon," about finding the courage to chase your dreams, these songs touch on the decisions we confront as we stand at the crossroads.
Whole world rocking and rolling? Rock and roll.
Cinder Bridge is a little indie band with a big sound. Based in Tucson, Arizona, the group outplays 85 percent of all cappuccino machines.
"Cinder Bridge delivers a unique sound with a captivating, bluesy style. Wenger's bold vocals truly make Cinder Bridge's music and are perfectly complemented by the engaging, minimalist arrangements and universal themes addressed in the lyrics." -- Whitney Vass, Local Radio Host for NPR affiliate WPSU-FM
"Wenger's voice is like bootstrap molasses, sweet-salty and powerful but more husky than smooth. Her lyrics map the heart of a woman both wise and fragile, whose search for life's touchstone recounts both bumps and smooth rides in a style poetic and true ... Drum work is very good, matching Wenger's style so perfectly that it seems to disappear, enhancing rather than bringing attention to itself." -- Kessel Day, Bound for Sound, issue #166
"Highways and Hiking Shoes offers the listener a wonderful musical journey." -- Drew Raison, Producer, Big Sky Audio