New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Country rockers The Cadillac
Three, who have toured with the likes of ZZ Top, The Eli Young Band
and Eric Church, have signed on to perform at the upcoming "District Country" concert at the National
Press Club in downtown Washington, D.C. Saturday, February 21, 2015. The band, perhaps best known for their hit single "The South", will join an already impressive lineup featuring Love and Theft and Trailer Choir.
Three is among country music's finest up and coming artists," said Christopher
Hamrick for District Country. "With Love and Theft, The Cadillac
Three, Trailer Choir, and Tom Dixon, this night of country music at the Press Club is truly going to be one for the ages."
The high-energy trio's sound has been described as a hovering between radio-ready country anthems, hard-and-heavy rock and traditional Southern folk. Composed of three Nashville natives - Jaren Johnston (Guitar & Lead Vocals), Kelby Ray (Bass Steel Guitar, Dobro, Acoustic & Vocals) and Neil Mason
(Drums, Percussion & Vocals), The Cadillac
Three have weathered wild adventures as a Country group with a rockin' edge. Johnston is known for penning Keith Urban's #1 smash "You Gonna Fly," two new cuts on Tim McGraw's latest record TWO LANES OF FREEDOM and several other tunes for acts like Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Sara Evans
and Dierks Bentley.
Tickets to this show are not only a great value, but are sure to make a great stocking stuffer this holiday season! Grab your passes now at www.press.org/districtcountry. A portion of the proceeds from the concert will go to The National
Press Club Journalism Institute
scholarship fund, which helps students pursuing journalism and communications as a career.
General Admission tickets for this triple-header performance are just $55. VIP Tickets, which include exclusive meet & greets with the artists backstage, and an acoustic pre-show performance, are $100. With a capacity of less than 800 in the National
Press Club Ballroom, tickets are expected to sell out quickly.
Concert goers must be 21 or older to attend. The National
Press Club is located at 529 14th Street, NW (14th & F Streets), one block from Metro Center.