The Cadillac Three - the three-piece band, born an' raised in Nashville, who have been described as "blending distorted lap-steel with Pantera riffs and outlaw song-writing" - have confirmed an intimate one-off headline show at The Lexington, London, on July 7th, following their scheduled appearance at the Sonisphere festival (UK).
The band have recently been in the studio recording a full-blooded cover of Mötley Crüe's 'Live Wire' for the forthcoming 'Nashville Outlaws' album - a tribute to Mötley Crüe involving TC3's US Big Machine label, plus The Crüe camp itself.
In addition, TC3 are confirmed to play Planet Rockstock '14; this three-day festival takes place from December 5 - 7 at Park Dean Holiday Park, Trecco Bay, Porthcawl, Wales.
Says TC3 vocalist/guitarist Jaren Johnston: "We can't wait to get back across the pond! The first two trips were some of the best times of our lives. We look forward to playing Planet Rockstock, as well as Sonisphere and our upcoming headline tour. Hide your women and your cold beer... The Cadillac Three are coming back to the UK!"
Meanwhile, TC3 have re-issued their debut album, 'Tennessee Mojo', via Spinefarm Records.
This new 14-song version comes complete with two bonus tracks (including 'The South', performed on US TV show 'Nashville') and extra packaging; a new double A-side single from the album, 'White Lightning' / 'Back It Up', will be released to coincide with the Sonisphere appearance (July 6th).
Other dates to be announced soon.
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