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Established in 2014 to release the work 'The Boundary Riders' it currently holds the works of artist Rachel Dawick.

Off the Forgotten World Highway Ltd is an Independent creative agency designed to support work based around discovery (lost stories) and innovation (breaking boundaries) with its roots lying in the land of Aotearoa/New Zealand and its connections to the world beyond. Set within a concept of conservation and innovation to encourage greater awareness of the world we have come from (History - our social & natural environment) and how that impacts on us today and in the future.

The agency houses the record label & publishing company 'Forgotten World Highway Records', as well as specific support services including - touring agency, artist management, workshops , design and project management.

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Ed's Bar and Grill EP Cover _edited

The Boundary Riders

Released in NZ 19th Sept 2014

Due release date UK 19th Sept 2017

Finalist for Best NZ Folk Album 2015. 52 page book/programme filled with the research, stories and lyrics of the songs of the six women who left the UK in the 1800s to see a better life in NZ - fraudster, missionary wife, magician, gold miner, washer woman, and prostitute.

Dirty Linen

Released in NZ 2013 (touring only

Released in NZ in 2013 as part of a pre-release album tour for the coming "Boundary Riders". Full album of originals including a few songs from the yet to be released BR album. Mix of folk genres - country, traditional, blues, theatrical.

Ed's Bar and Grill

Released in the UK  August 2009

@ Edinburugh Festival Fringe

Six track EP or mini album. Country Blues Album featuring the wonderful talents of Roy Dodds (Percussion), Kevin McGuire (Double Bass), Andy May (Piano), Nick Lewis (Guitar and backing vocals ) with songs all written by Rachel Dawick (lead vocals and guitar). Recorded at Kyoti Studios with engineer Mark Freeguard.


Released in the UK 2003

Released in the UK - official launch at the Kirkcaldy Folk Club in Fife, Scotland.

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