43 likes. The Cadillac Cowbo Home page of Cadillac Cowboys, a country, rock, rockabilly group from Centennial, Colorado. This 1976 song by country icon Johnny Cash tells the story of a Cadillac assembly line worker’s clever scheme to smuggle an entire car out of the plant “one piece at a time” in his lunchbox. Nor would the band’s fans, who make pilgrimages to see The Cadillac Three and will often catch an entire weekend’s worth of gigs. A fiery salute to a lady who’s as combustible as “in a bar fight with gasoline,” it slinks along on Neil’s rhythmic beat before exploding in a noisy breakdown that blends Kelby’s steel with Jaren’s guitar. It’s Medeski Martin & Wood and Prince. When Kelby adds subtle slide in the stunning closer “After Last Call” to accentuate Jaren’s delivery, Neil instinctively knows to pull back and give the notes room to breathe. “When I think of Southern rock, I think of Lynyrd Skynyrd. On the Nashville trio’s long-awaited fourth album, they push their country, hard rock and southern rock bona fides to the limit while also introducing elements of funk and soul. The result is a dirty, greasy and hard-hitting sound that can only belong to The Cadillac Three — one they've christened COUNTRY FUZZ. "Tabasco & Sweet Tea" explores hybrid sounds throughout the 11 modern-meets-nostalgia tracks. “That’s the true test of what is or isn’t a Cadillac Three song.”, “The story was so good and the syncopation of the lyrics flowed so well that I knew we could make it work,'“ says Jaren. “Heat” is equally hard-hitting. Their new video (as well as the video for Wide Open) is now airing in rotation on TNN s - Nashville Network! For never before seen content, exclusive merch, presale codes, & more…. Co-written by Craig Wiseman, James McNair and Chris Tompkins, the tune is a straight-ahead blast of country-rock nostalgia and proved irresistible to The Cadillac Three. The trio wrote much of COUNTRY FUZZ, which they also produced, with their live show in mind. I care more about playing guitar now than I ever have, and I’ve been honing that. COUNTRY FUZZ is anything from a stripped-down country ballad to a sludgy, riff-heavy rock song. “It’s a cool new sound for us”, “The funkier aspects of this record is where we’re wanting to go, but with big ol’ country hooks,” adds Jaren, “because that is what we’re addicted to from growing up in Nashville. Our hope is that everyone who wants 'Tabasco & Sweet Tea' can get it without breaking the bank.". “That song is a hit, but it’s still very much us.”. The trio is even launching a clothing line under the Country Fuzz name. “Our sound is second nature to us and that only comes from playing together for as long as we have.”. Let’s turn the “might” into a “can’t wait to” . Without a doubt, The Cadillac Three know exactly who they are — and they say the same is true of their fans. It’s also their aesthetic, the phrase that best sums up both the music and lifestyle of singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, drummer Neil Mason and lap-steel alchemist Kelby Ray, three guys who have become closer than brothers while growing up and playing in bands together in America’s most buzzed-about music city. “When we started playing “The Jam” at soundcheck, I used the lap steel to build a bass line and glue together Jaren’s funky guitar,” says Kelby. To reward that devotion, the group was adamant about giving their fans as many songs as they could on COUNTRY FUZZ. It’s grueling, committed work, but Jaren, Neil and Kelby wouldn’t have it any other way. “I couldn’t imagine anyone doing “Back Home” more than I could us doing it,” says Neil. Name another band that can play a country festival with Florida Georgia Line or Keith Urban one day and then jet off to the U.K. to share the stage with Metallica or Slayer the next. But it’s also ZZ Top and Jerry Reed. “The Cadillac Three are at a place now where we’re not scared to take chances and see what we can actually become,” says Jaren. On Oct. 27, TC3 will debut songs from "Tabasco & Sweet Tea" with a livestream for audiences in North America at 7 p.m. central. Band Media Welcome Home Fan Club Tour Country Fuzz Merch CF Radio News Band Media Welcome Tour. “It works for us in any direction that we’re going. We kind of have this innate thing going after all these years so it's was cool to kind of stretch into some new musical spaces with elements of a DJ set that flows from track to track, but mixed with 80's funk vibes and jam-band flow over hardcore country lyrics.". "We've always had a lot of influences, but ultimately found ourselves thinking about what we were listening to in high school - The Meters, Stevie Wonder, Medeski Martin & Wood and John Scofield. We are a country band. Even so, Neil calls it more of a vocal song.”It’s a chance for Jaren to show off his voice and the way that it’s matured,” he says. “We’ve been COUNTRY FUZZ forever,” says Jaren. “I wrote that riff and was like, ‘How the hell didn’t we write ‘Slow Rollin’ yet?’ It’s such an obvious TC3 song.”. “I had the amp in the back of the bus, and when you turn it to 11, it’s loud as fuck,” he laughs. Sign up with your email address to receive news and updates. Arriving Friday, Tabasco & Sweet Tea furthers the inspired jams the … “The path we’re on is the natural way we do things, making each album and idea bigger than the last one,” Kelby says. “We’ve always been pretty good at that,” says Jaren. Their awesome country rock tunes are getting rave reviews from fans, radio and television program directors across the US, Canada and Europe! With its serpentine lick and Jaren’s thick-as-syrup delivery, “Slow Rollin” echoes the band’s most-played live song, the fan favorite “Tennessee Mojo.” The group wrote “Slow Rollin” on the bus before a show in Las Vegas, with Jaren plugging in and rattling the back lounge. “This album has a little bit of everything, and you can see where we started and where we’re going,” Jaren says. And it’s also country-funk.”, “We’ve matured as musicians and as a band,” says Kelby, whose lap steel lays down the bass line for The Cadillac Three and is largely responsible for the trio’s one-of-a-kind vibe. "Tabasco & Sweet Tea" will be out on Big Machine Records. Along with the heavy-funk explorations, Country Fuzz marks a first for the group: “Back Home” is the only song the group has ever recorded that at least one of its members didn’t write. And Kelby is figuring out different ways to make his lap steel work in the songs, especially with the funkier stuff.”, That new funky direction is readily apparent in the devil disco of “The Jam” and on the swerving “Blue El Camino,” two tracks on COUNTRY FUZZ that point to the future of The Cadillac Three. And COUNTRY FUZZ provides the soundtrack for that ride. "We wouldn't be where we are without our fans," said bassist Kelby Ray. 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