"Eader sings each song as if he’s been singing them forever, as if they were passed down like precious heirlooms, or discovered on one of A.P. Carter’s song expeditions"
"A traditionalist with a taste for Willie Nelson and early Bob Dylan, handles both ballads and barn-stormers with charm"
”John Prine and Townes Van Zandt, along with artists such as Guy Clark are idolized by many (including me) and justifiably so. I'm sure that if Wesley progresses from this album and is actually able to continue making albums of this quality he could very well be added to that esteemed list. Only time and longevity will tell but this is one hell of an excellent start.”
-American Roots U.K.
"I see visions of that lost highway again when I listen to Wesley Randolph Eader’s new record, Highway Winds. I see Woody Guthrie riding a boxcar. I hear Townes Van Zandt singing stories in an old saloon. I see mountain ranges in the far distance and desert stretched out all around. I find saints and sinners, and I see redemption somewhere on the distant rise. I hear and see and feel it all again. I am swept up in the mystery of the road."
-Let Us Make A Record