THE CADILLAC THREE BRING LEGACY TO LIFE AT GRIMEY’S 8/29
Pictured (L-R): Neil Mason, Jaren Johnston and Kelby Ray
Poster Courtesy of Big Machine Records
Live Stream Acoustic Performance Worldwide Via Trio’s Facebook at 6:00P CT
WHO: Nashville natives THE CADILLAC THREE celebrate their rich musical heritage, international appeal and anticipations for the future throughout their forthcoming album LEGACY. Out worldwide August 25 on Big Machine Records, trio crafted the 11 tracks as sole producers and musicians – save for one song featuring Lori McKenna background vocals. Collaborators since high school, Jaren Johnston, (Guitar & Lead Vocals), Kelby Ray (Lap Steel Guitar) and Neil Mason (Drums, Percussion & Vocals) were destined to leave a mark even beyond their Music City roots. From their boundary-pushing albums, GRAMMY®-nominated songwriting, sold-out club shows, massive festival gigs alongside acts like Aerosmith to tours with Eric Church and Florida Georgia Line, TC3 continues to soak up diverse influences and learn from the iconic voices across genres and the globe.
WHAT: The raucous trio will perform a stripped-down – but turned-up – acoustic set of selections from LEGACY during an in-store event at Grimey’s that will be simultaneously live streamed for fans throughout the world. TC3 will sign autographs for local attendees and take questions from fans onsite and online. Indie retailers will offer a limited-edition poster with all album purchases.
The in-store event is an intimate preview of TC3’s first-ever headline show at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on August 31. The performances are a reminder of not only the musical icons that have graced esteemed local haunts but that TC3’s hometown has helped create the history of music across the world and generations.
WHERE: Grimey’s (1604 8th Ave. South, Nashville, TN) or live stream via www.facebook.com/TheCadillacThree/
WHEN: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 6:00PM CT
WHY: Entertainment Weekly surmises, “The Southern-rock maestros […] broaden the scope on their new album [with] a shift toward more grown-up themes, while ‘American Slang’ glistens with Kings of Leon-esque grandeur.” TC3’s instinctual and organic approach has established not only critics’ approval, but a rapidly-growing fanbase that finds them returning to Europe this fall for their headline LONG HAIR DON’T CARE TOUR with Brothers Osborne and Broken Witt Rebels opening. For tour dates and more, visit TheCadillacThree.com.
Pre-order LEGACY: http://smarturl.it/TC3Legacy