The Cadillac Three returned to their hometown of Nashville last night (Sept. 1) for the first of a two-night stint at the Ryman Auditorium.
Singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, drummer Neil Mason and lap-steel guitarist Kelby Ray have been performing together for a decade, and are celebrating the feat with a 10th anniversary tour.
Last night the country-rock trio entertained with their signature “I’m Southern,” “Tennessee Mojo,” “Bury Me In My Boots,” “American Slang,” “The Jam” and more. Hey Steve opened for the band last night, and Boy Named Banjo will heat up the crowd tonight.
“We’re grateful to be here with you all tonight in our hometown of Nashville, Tennessee! This past year has been hard on fans, families and independent venues so we’ve tried to help highlight these special rooms where so many memories – and for some of you, a few babies – are made,” joked Jaren. “It’s been a hell of ride with Neil and Kelby, but being back at the Ryman to play you all songs from over a decade of life is pretty badass!”
- Brenda Lee Gets Her Flowers For Her Enduring Christmas Classic [Interview] - December 8, 2023
- Industry Ink: Ian Munsick, Marty Stuart, Average Joes, TLACC - December 8, 2023
- Cody Johnson Tops MusicRow Radio Chart With ‘The Painter’ - December 8, 2023