Live at the Ryman
The Cadillac Three
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Due to COVID-19 concerns, we are sad to announce The Cadillac Three is being postponed. The new show date is scheduled for Saturday, August 29. All previously purchased tickets will be honored at the new date. Ticketmaster has also created a Help Center to provide fans additional guidance. Please check back regularly for additional information. The health and safety of our fans, artists, employees and community are our top priorities. We thank you for your patience as we work through this unprecedented time and look forward to seeing everyone back in the pews very soon.
It may be a ballsy move for The Cadillac Three to name their new album LEGACY, but if any country band has the shared history to lay claim to such a weighty title, it’s the longhaired trio of Nashville natives.
Singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, drummer Neil Mason and lap-steel player Kelby Ray have known one another since they were teens and have been sharing stages together for nearly 15 years. This summer, they’ll headline their hometown’s most famous venue, Ryman Auditorium, just a few blocks from where Johnston and Ray sat in high-school math class daydreaming about one day playing the legendary hall. Johnston’s connection to the Ryman goes back even further: his father has been a drummer at the Grand Ole Opry since Jaren was a child. And now he has a son of his own, who, like his old man, will be well-versed in all the sounds that make up both Music City and The Cadillac Three, from country and blues to rock & roll.
“We’re trying to build something and do it our way, which is always harder,” says Johnston. “If you’re going to leave something that people are actually going to remember, you can’t take the easy way. So we took all of our history, mixed it with the energy of The Cadillac Three and put it into a record that makes sense of where we’ve been and where we’re going.”
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