The Cadillac Three return home
Monday, February 8, 2016
– The Cadillac Three wrapped their headline Night Life Religion UK Tour on Saturday, selling out six of the nine shows.
The trio played Leeds on Jan. 28, Newcastle on Jan. 29, Glasgow, Scotland on Jan. 30, Manchester on Jan. 1, Norwich on Feb. 2, Brighton on Feb. 3, Birmingham on Feb. 4, London on Feb. 5 and Cardiff, Wales on Feb. 6.
As the tour started , the band released a new song "Graffiti," penned by Mason, and recorded at London's Abbey Road Studios. TC3 filmed the music video for their "Graffiti" while in the midst of headline dates. The raw sounding trio - Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason - are expected to release a live vinyl recorded at Abbey Road later this year.
TC3 heads out with Kip Moore's Wild Ones Tour this weekend starting in Denver on Friday and Canada next week, in addition to joining Florida Georgia Line's Dig Your Roots Tour.
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