Burnin' Up the Road McBride and the Ride take their inspiration from the kind of California country rock practiced by Southern Pacific. Lead singer-songwriter Terry McBride did a stint… Burnin' Up the Road McBride and the Ride take their inspiration from the kind of California country rock practiced by Southern Pacific. Lead singer-songwriter Terry McBride did a stint… McBride and the Ride Country
Music Review

Burnin' Up the Road (1990)

EW's GRADE
C+

Details Lead Performance: McBride and the Ride; Genre: Country

McBride and the Ride take their inspiration from the kind of California country rock practiced by Southern Pacific. Lead singer-songwriter Terry McBride did a stint with Delbert McClinton, guitarist Ray Herndon formerly played with Lyle Lovett, and drummer Billy Thomas once backed Emmylou Harris. But with its songs of hot cars and fast women, this offering is as shallow and cliche-ridden as it is tuneful.

Originally posted Jun 01, 2001 Published in issue #29 Aug 31, 1990 Order article reprints