The Cadillac Three brought their Southern Rock anthems and gritty Country roots to local indie store Grimey’s earlier this week (8/29). The Nashville natives performed for lucky fans in celebration of their new album LEGACY, available now globally on Big Machine Records. With amps buzzing just a few decibels lower than their typical live show, the energy was full-throttle as the trio offered up songs from the aptly titled project that reflects their full circle moment as one of Music City’s most revered bands. Singing “Cadillacin,” “Take Me to the Bottom,” “Tennessee,” “American Slang,” “Legacy” and “Dang If We Didn’t,” TC3 set the room ablaze with tunes from their “most cohesive and distinct album yet” (The Tennessean) plus an old fan favorite in “Tennessee Mojo.” Sole producers and musicians on across the 11-track project, the three friends have created a sound based on instinctual talents since making music together in high school. NPR Music proclaimed, “The lyrics of the trio’s sturdy songs tend to unfurl descriptions of unruly good times, inherited blue-collar pride and reluctant domestication, and often feel like they’re written in defiance of elitist attitudes toward perceptions of southernness.”
This intimate show served as a preview to the pinnacle event this week when the rugged crew hits the Ryman Auditorium stage for their first headline date at the sold-out famed Mother Church. “…The Cadillac Three is a rare breed in today’s music” (CMT) as they continue thrive as “one of the best live acts in Country music” (Taste of Country).
As crowds continue to grow and LEGACY escalates up the sales charts, TC3 return will return to Europe this fall for their headline LONG HAIR DON’T CARE TOUR with Brothers Osborne and Broken Witt Rebels opening. For more information and dates, visit TheCadillacThree.com.