Nashville musician Cale Tyson performs live in Milton Keynes
Taxas born and Nashville based musician Cale Tyson is coming to the Stables in Milton Keynes on Tuesday May 10 .
It is to promote his new album released earlier this month.
Careless Soul is the follow up to Tyson’s 2015 debut ‘Introducing Cale Tyson’ and was recorded in Muscle Shoals, AL at the legendary Fame Studios.
Drawing from the vast musical history that drips from the walls of the famed studios Careless Soul is unapologetically a true no holds barred country soul record, recorded in the heart of soul music country and featuring one of the key figures on the scene Dave Hood.
The album contains 11 self-penned tracks that include classic themes from love found to love lost, to ‘who am I?’ and ‘what am I doing here?’ P
Produced by Michael Rinne, who currently plays bass with Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell, the album features a vase array of Nashville’s finest musicians - Jeremy Fetzer (Steelism, Andrew Combs) played lead guitar, Pete Lindberg played rhythm guitar, Brett Resnick played pedal steel, Skylar Wilson (Caitlin Rose) played keys, David Hood (from Fame house band The Swampers) played bass, Jon Radford (Steelism, Lilly Hiatt) played drums, and Jordan Lehning composed all the strings and horns arrangements.
Tyson was recently in the UK performing at the inaugural Americana Music Association UK Awards where he was nominated for Best International Album along side Jason Isbell, Gretchen Peters and Kacey Musgraves.
Cale Tyson and the band will then be hitting the road for a full tour of the UK, Eire and Holland to promote the album from the end April. Excited for a return visit, building on the success of his first trip in 2015.
Cale said: “For the tour, the band will be Smokin’ Brett Resnick on pedal steel, Pete Lindberg on drums, and Andrew Hunt on bass. You can expect a much fuller, dynamic sound, as well as more three-piece vocal harmonies. It’s also guaranteed to be a bit more rowdy than our last acoustic tour!”
To book tickets for the show visit www.stables.org.