THUR. NOV 15, 2018 – CALEB CAUDLE /BRODY PRICE

  • By mrsmusic40
  • August 21, 2018
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CALEB CAUDLE

Growing up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, singer-songwriter Caleb Caudle was raised on rock n’ roll and Southern hospitality. Influenced by bands like The Clash and Velvet Underground, Caudle was playing North Carolina’s punk rock circuit by the age of 15. Naturally, his music matured with his age and he became more lyrically driven, adopting a love for collecting vinyl. In 2012, he decided to quit his day job and focus solely on music — five years and four albums later, Caudle is gaining the traction he deserves. He was recently dubbed “the musical equivalent of high-proof bourbon – rich in flavor, with a subtle, satisfying bite,” by Rolling Stone editors for their list of “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know”. He’s played Nashville’s famed AmericanaFest multiple times and his song, “Borrowed Smiles” was featured on last season’s dramatic season finale of CMT’s Nashville. And as 2018 approaches, he’s not slowly down; he’s on the lineup for the 11th Annual Cayamo, the musical cruise that travels from New Orleans to Cozumel, Mexico, and Belize, next to icons like John Prine, Buddy Miller, Brandi Carlile, Patty Griffin, and Lee Ann Womack. And most importantly, he’s gearing up to release his eighth and most refined album yet, Crushed Coins.

 

BRODY PRICE

Brody Price is a songwriter to the core, delivering stripped down country music in which the lyrics take center stage, proving that volume isn’t the only thing capable of turning heads.

As a teenager, Price fell in love with lyricists such as Todd Snider, John Prine and Guy Clark, and discovered that country music has always had a special place reserved for the outcast.Price’s sophomore effort, ‘What’s the Point in Trying,’ is a full-length collection of lo-fi country songs written and recorded last winter. 

Laced with pedal steel and sparse fingerpicking, ‘What’s the Point in Trying’ features songs that are just as raw emotionally as they are musically. ‘I’m not doing anything new… and I’m not trying to. 

All that I want to do is write about ordinary things in an extraordinary way… I think honest music can make people feel less alone. I hope that my records and live shows make people feel that way.’”

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