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The Cadillac Three (Big Machine)
9/26/17

WHAT IT IS: Leaving a lasting impression on fans across the globe with their high-octane live show and chart-topping songwriting skills, The Cadillac Three continue to make their mark with new album Legacy, which hovers between radio-ready country anthems, hard-and-heavy rock ballads and traditional Southern folk. The band—fronted by Grammy-nominated Jaren Johnston and named Best New Band by the Classic Rock Awards—are sole producers and musicians on the 11 new tracks. Touring has been on fire for the group, selling out venues across the U.S. They’ve also sold out tours in the U.K. two years running; stops included Sheperds Bush London, O2 Academy Birmingham and Bristol).
ALBUM: Legacy
RELEASE DATE: 9/25
SINGLE: “Dang If We Didn’t”
LIVE: Served as support on Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots Tour; headlining shows across the U.S.; recent sold-out show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium; festivals including Stagecoach, Download Festival (U.K. and Paris); support on Dallas Smith’s Side Effects Tour in October; fall headlining run across U.K./Europe for the Long Hair Don’t Care Tour
INTERNET: 60m+ Spotify streams; 20m+ YouTube views; 80k Instagram; 130k Facebook
RADIO: “American Slang” BBC Radio 2 playlist; “Dang If We Didn’t” Planet Rock A List
PRESS: HuffPost (“Nashville’s best kept secret...”), Taste of Country (“Once again the trio turn brute concepts into something worth marveling …”), The Tennessean (“They’ve ended up with what may be their most cohesive and distinct album yet. After years of country songwriting, they’ve found quick and direct routes to sharp hooks.”)
BOOKING: Jay Williams/WME
MANAGEMENT: Bruce Kalmick/Triple 8 Management