Caleb Caudle, Roseland, John Moreland
3227 N. Davidson St.
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Caleb Caudle’s last album, Tobacco Town brought him national exposure upon its release in 2012. With Blurt Magazine noting “…jaw-droppingly fine songs steeped in classic Earle, Clark, McMurtry and Van Zandt,” Caudle decided to take his Americana-rich songs out on the road.
In just a year, Caudle has played over 300 shows in 30 plus states, performed on the web-radio sensation Daytrotter, and even found time to pack up all of his belongings to make the move from North Carolina to New Orleans.
For the new album, which was all written during his time on the road, Caudle decided to record at Echo Mountain studios in Asheville, NC. Along with his producer and engineer, Jon Ashley (Dawes, Band Of Horses, The Avett Brothers), Caleb manages to craft a beautiful composition of his road-worn songs with some help from Lydia Loveless (harmony vocals), Whit Wright (pedal steel), Jordan Powers (bass), Greg Herndon (piano), Tommy Scifres (guitar), and Jack Foster (drums).
Paint Another Layer On My Heart is a fully realized vision consisting of classic songs, instrumentation, and production.
"I just want to connect with folks," says Caudle. "This album is about love and distance. That's something I feel like most people have had to go through, something that was very much a part of my life this past year."
“A record rich with immaculately constructed roots rock”
-Josh Neas, Aquariumdrunkard.com
“It sounds like he stepped straight outta Lone Star territory, with jaw-droppingly fine songs steeped in classic Earle, Ely, Clark, McMurtry and Van Zandt.”
- Fred Mills, BLURT
“…when Caudle sings his sweet ode to his late grandmother, you’ll be excused if your eyes well up. Catch him before he becomes NC’s next Americana dream.”
-Mark Kemp, Shuffle Magazine
“There is not a bad song, not a misstep, anywhere to be found.”
- Ed Bumgardner, Relish Magazine
“The sweet spot between alt.country and roots pop.”
-Spencer Griffith, Independent Weekly
“However, as always, the true standout instrument is Caleb’s voice. It’s as singularly Americana as Jay Farrar, but his range is that of a soul singer.”
-Eli Petersen, Twangville.com
Roseland is an Americana Rock band comprised of members of Greensboro, North Carolina music veterans House of Fools and Hot Politics. Paying homage to classic rock and country artists like CSNY, Gram Parsons and Tom Petty as well as alternative staples such as The Jayhawks and Teenage Fanclub, Roseland's self-titled debut offers 13 songs in which clever hooks and rich melodies are married to memorable guitar lines and rhythms. Joined on the record by Whit Wright (American Aquarium) on Pedal Steel, the band presents a compelling first album that is sure to turn heads and stick with music lovers far and wide.
The members of Roseland are no strangers to the trials, tribulations and fruits of labor found in a life on the road. Having toured for years nationally in previous projects with several stops at SXSW, CMJ and Bamboozle festivals, Roseland has picked up the banner of its predecessors and is establishing a touring regimen in the southeast with dates booked throughout the end of the year.
Terrifically talented singer/songwriter out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Not to be missed live!
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