The Cadillac Three Bring Sold-Out ‘Legacy’ Show To Country Music’s Mother Church

Pictured (L-R): Neil Mason, Jaren Johnson, Kelby Ray. Photo: Jeremy Polzel for Big Machine Records

The Cadillac Three brought their hard-rocking show to their hometown last night (Aug. 31) with a sold-out performance at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

TC3 opened their first headlining show at the Mother Church with the title track from their last album “Bury Me in My Boots” before launching into other hits including “Party Like You,” “Tennessee Mojo,” “Graffiti” and “Drunk Like You.” The 90-minute set also encompassed new tunes from their current album Legacy—which released Aug. 25 on Big Machine Records—including the lead single “Dang If We Didn’t,” “American Slang” and “Cadillacin.” An encore kept fans on their feet with the emotional “Legacy” and “Take Me to the Bottom,” both of which are penned about lead vocalist Jaren Johnson‘s wife.

“This is by far the best night of these three long haired’s lives,” he said before launching into the last song of the night, “The South.”

TC3 return will return to Europe this fall for their headline Long Hair Don’t Care Tour with Brothers Osborne and Broken Witt Rebels.

Pictured (L-R): Kelby Ray, BMLG’s Scott Borchetta, Jaren Johnson, Triple 8’s Bruce Kalmick, Neil Mason. Photo: Jeremy Polzel for Big Machine Records


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