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The Cadillac Three releases Abbey Road tracks

Thursday, March 23, 2017 – The Cadillac Three will exclusively release a special, limited-edition vinyl, "Live at Abbey Road," for Record Store Day on April 22 in the U.S. and England.

TC3 cut live versions of songs at the famed North London studio from the debut album, "Bury Me in My Boots."

"We're three guys from Music City, where some of the coolest grooves and talented players from any genre have recorded," said singer Jaren Johnston. "So many of those influences are on what we do today, and I think fans will feel it in the energy from these live tracks."

Drummer Neil Mason added, "It's still pretty surreal that we've gone from high school days of rehearsing in my parents' basement to selling out shows in the UK and being invited to record at Abbey Road. We wanted this Record Store Day exclusive to be a special way for our fans to enjoy these bucket-list moments too."

The track list is;
Side A
1. "Peace, Love & Dixie" | Written by Jaren Johnston, Neil Mason, Ryan Hurd
2. "Graffiti" | Written by Neil Mason, Corey Crowder, Luke Dick
3. "White Lightning" | Written by Jaren Johnston

Side B
1. "Running Red Lights" | Written by Jaren Johnston, Neil Mason
2. "The South" | Written by Jaren Johnston



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