ArtistRack brings to you Texarkana by Amarillo Junction taken from Better Than Never:
The ‘Amarillo Junction’ is the spot where Interstate 40 intersects Interstate 44 near the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Central Oklahoma City. This path is the intersection point that gives highway access from Chicago, Illinois all the way to Los Angeles, California, roughly following the path of Old Route 66. The members of the band all came together in OKC from different birthplaces, states, backgrounds, and upbringings, so it was the perfect name for this band that signifies the unity of its members. With their upbeat rockin’ original songs, the band has created their own form of “country meets rock” that has positioned themselves quite uniquely in the local and regional music scenes, and have been compared to and similarly lie in the vein of bands and artists like Old Dominion, Brothers Osborne, Eric Church, JT Hodges, Dustin Lynch, High Valley, Love & Theft, Montgomery Gentry, Big and Rich, Jason Aldean, and Brantley Gilbert, while keeping that rockin’ country style that is all their own.