The Cadillac Three livestream hometown gig
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
– The Cadillac Three will livestream a sold-out, hometown show in Nasvhille next month.
The trio will play The Cannery Ballroom on Saturday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. central and stream it through Big Machine's iHeart Radio Channel.
Jaren Johnston (guitar and lead vocals), Neil Mason (drums, Percussion and vocals) and Kelby Ray (bass steel guitar, Dobro, acoustic and vocals) comprise the trio.
"Damn, we started playing music to grow out our hair and meet chicks," Johnston joked. "We've seen some of our favorite bands here. So, it's cool to sell out The Cannery. Hopefully our fans will make similar memories."
"We haven't really played a headline date in Nashville since 2013 so we're pretty excited for this show," said Mason. "Plus, it'll be nice to see our family and sleep in our own beds."
"Our fans always come out in full force," said Ray. "It just makes sense to offer them all a chance to catch the show and join the party from wherever they are."
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