"Highway 101" is an American country music band.
The band was formed by Jack Daniels, Cactus Moser, Curtis Stone and Paulette Carlson, drawing on their diverse musical interests and experience. These experiences all figured into the group's first recording session, which took place at Amigo Studios in Los Angeles.
The band's sound was established after recording “The Bed You Made For Me”, which prompted Warner Brothers Records to turn their single's recording contract into an album deal. By 1986, the group was in Nashville finishing up with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's producer Paul Worley on their self-titled debut. The album also yielded four top 5 hits, including two number ones: "Somewhere Tonight” and “Cry, Cry, Cry”. As the group's popularity grew, their appearances on both stage and TV increased, including a North American tours with Randy Travis and George Strait, as well as a debut television appearance at the 1987 Country Music Association awards with Hank Williams Jr.