Debut album, 'TENNESSEE MOJO', set to be re-issued via Spinefarm Records with bonus material & extra packaging
The Cadillac Three - the three-piece band, born an' raised in Nashville, who have been described as the noisy progeny of "Metallica & Hank Williams" - have confirmed two co-headline UK shows with heavy blues rock 'n' rollers, the Graveltones, with Welsh rockers Buffalo Summer opening the bill on both occasions.
These shows see The Cadillac Three returning to the UK following their debut appearance here at a sold-out Barfly in London last December.
The co-headline dates with the Graveltones are as follows:-
February 26 - The Temple @ The Institute, Birmingham
February 28 - The Live Rooms, Chester
Furthermore, The Cadillac Three will be main support to Eric Church on his forthcoming European tour; this run of dates takes in five shows in the UK & Ireland, including an appearance at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on March 2nd.
Eric Church / The Cadillac Three UK / Irish tour dates:-
February 24 - Olympia Theatre, Dublin
February 25 - Ulster Hall, Belfast
Feb 27 - O2 ABC, Glasgow
Mar 1 - The Ritz, Manchester
Mar 2 - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
Following these dates, the tour heads off into Europe, taking in shows in Holland, Germany, Sweden & Norway.
TC3's debut album, 'Tennessee Mojo', is available now via Spinefarm Records complete with two bonus tracks (including 'The South', recently performed on US TV show 'Nashville') and extra packaging; a new single / video from the album, 'I'm Southern', will be released to coincide with the dates.
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