The Cadillac Three provides upbeat rhythms

The Cadillac Three provides upbeat rhythms

With bright stage lights and a relaxed atmosphere, The Cadillac Three took center stage during the Soybean Festival Sept. 2 at 8 :45 p.m. in Martin.

From the first chord released by the lead guitarist, Jaren Johnston, the crowd knew that it was in for a great concert.

“They sounded like Kid Rock, who got a hold of a six string,” one concert attendee said.

The entire crowd was captivated by The Cadillac Three’s music, which was almost familiar with upbeat rhythms and catchy lyrics.

“They sounded like Florida Georgia Line,” another concert attendee said.

Drummer Neil Mason kept the beat fast with some heavy drumming and lap steeler Kelby Ray filled in the music with his catchy backdrop sound. Their concert lasted nearly an hour, which more than pleased the anticipating music lovers in the audience, who were looking for a relief from their hectic lives.

The Cadillac Three are based out of Nashville, Tennessee, where they have worked with some of the largest names in country music, including Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley and Sara Evans. They have also worked with ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd as opening acts. Their music is becoming more popular, as they perform more with some of the largest names in the music and entertainment industry, and has been picked up for various shows by ABC, CW, FOX, MTV and VH1.

Lead guitarist Jaren Johnston is constantly writing songs for the country music industry, which means The Cadillac Three has a bright future in the music industry as an innovative sound and emerging talent.

For more information about The Cadillac Three’s tour dates and songs released visit their website at or follow them on twitter @thecadillac3.

Featured Photo Credit: (Aerin Langlois)

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