Masters in blending the weight of heavy music with the swagger of southern rock and the true grit of country, The Cadillac Three’s 2016 nine-date tour will be in support of their eagerly anticipated upcoming album – the follow-up to 2014’s critically acclaimedTennessee Mojo, released via Spinefarm Records in the UK – with more details to be announced soon.

Special Guests on all shows will be Southern rockers Whiskey Myers, visiting the UK for the first time; the East Texan band’s most recent albums – Early Morning Shakes andFirewater – have been re-issued by Spinefarm in the UK.


Thursday 28th January – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Friday 29th January – Newcastle, University
Saturday 30th January – Glasgow, Garage
Sunday 31st January – Manchester, Academy 2
Tuesday 2nd February – Norwich, The Waterfront
Wednesday 3rd February – Brighton, Concorde 2
Thursday 4th February – Birmingham, O2 Institute
Friday 5th February – London, Electric Ballroom
Saturday 6th February – Cardiff, Tramshed

Vocalist / guitarist Jaren Johnston comments, “The UK has become like a second home to us, so it’s always a pleasure to come over. We've been working hard on new music for y'all, too, and we’re looking forward to sharing some of it! See y'all soon!"

Since the release of Tennessee Mojo featuring the radio hit ‘Party Like You’, The Cadillac Three have won Classic Rock Magazine’s award for ‘Best New Band’ and been on a non-stop rollercoaster of touring, including a sold-out UK run in March supporting the release of latest EP, Peace, Love & Dixie with their single ‘White Lightning’ a staple on the Radio 2 playlist this summer.The band have taken the US by storm with ‘White Lightning’, and have appeared on ABC’s hit drama Nashville as well as having their music featured on CSI Miami, Vampire Diariesand Hart Of Dixie. With a raw sound like no other, the buzz-worthy outfit organically builds around Neil Mason’s thundering, melodic percussion and the sinewy inter-play of Johnston’s gruff vocals and guitars with Kelby Ray’s lap steel and bass, all ready to explode at a moment’s notice.