Luella & The Sun plus The Black Cadillacs
: Nashville Sunday Night presented by Lightning 100 & Yuengling
Sunday, Mar 31, 2013 8:00 PM CDT
(6:00 PM Doors)
3rd and Lindsley, Nashville, TN
Luella and the Sun, one of Nashville, TN’s must see emerging acts defies any singular description. Music Connection Magazine described them in geographic terms as “feverish, bluesy jungle territory.” Regardless of how they are characterized, one certain thing is that their sound ignites a soulful blend of blues-hop, gospel and rock, merging a fearless sense of abandon and equal parts restraint. The band deftly works as a unit and every note has purpose, combining minimalist attitude with raw emotion - and even in their most unguarded moments, there's a smoldering vulnerability that's unquestionably mesmerizing. Quickly capturing the attention of the music community, Luella and the Sun is a band that you do not want to miss.
THE BLACK CADILLACS
The Black Cadillacs have a certain quality to their sound that resists simple categorization, but entices the listener with tracks that span from contemplative subtle ballads, to riffy blues-rock, to neo-psychedelic jams. The band lists a diverse array of influences from classic bands like the Rolling Stones, The Who, and Pink Floyd, to more modern bands like Jack White, Wilco, and My Morning Jacket. 2012 saw the Cadillacs’ first label release “Run,” described as a “…veritable tapestry of lush blues and Southern soul….” (Mike Gibson, Metropulse). While touring extensively in support of “Run”, the band has developed a hard hitting, but well-polished live set.