Leaving a lasting impression on fans across the globe with multiple headline treks, The Cadillac Three have officially announced their Long Hair Don’t Care Tour. The raucous trio will bring their masterful live show and chart-topping songwriting back to Europe in November for a fourth time with Brothers Osborne and Broken Witt Rebels joining as special guests. Poised to become international stars, a large chunk of the schedule finds TC3 returning to their second home of the UK, playing nine dates across the country, including a highly-anticipated show in the capital at O2 Kentish Town Forum.
“It’s really cool to see European crowds embrace The Cadillac Three’s sound and hear our influences fuel each show. We cut our teeth on everything from the greats at The Opry to Widespread Panic because we love lyrics with depth just as much as shredding guitars, epic anthems and those for your lady,” shared Grammy-nominated frontman Jaren Johnston. “We keep coming back and they keep showing up for us … it’s a really special thing for us to sing along together with our pals across the pond!”
Ahead of the new tour dates, TC3 is taking “Dang If We Didn’t” and “American Slang” to radio as official singles for the US (7/10) and UK (impacting now) respectively. The songs lead the arrival of Legacy, due August 25 on Big Machine Records. The trio collectively produced the 11-track project and collaborated with fellow songwriters Lori McKenna, Jonathan Singleton, Laura Veltz and more on their follow up to Bury Me In My Boots. Preorder here.
Jaren, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason each grew up seeing their favorite artists across genres perform at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. On August 31, the crew born and raised in Music City’s melting pot of sonic inspirations will mark their forthcoming album with a hometown show at the venue. While it may be TC3’s first time to headline, they have certainly earned the billing, proving how fiercely proud they are of their Southern roots. Tickets are on sale now at: Ryman.com/events/The-Cadillac-Three.
TC3 also have a full summer of festival dates and will wrap up the second leg of The Black Roses Tour in the coming months. For tour dates and album updates, visit TheCadillacThree.com.