The Cadillac Three Release New Album “Bury Me In My Boots” Available Today


The Cadillac Three is back with a brand new album. The new release is a Southern Rock flavored, country party called “Bury Me In My Boots“. It has been four years since the group’s debut and there newest release is full of potential.

Bury Me In My BootsThe release includes some of the songs that put them on the Country Music map. It includes the award winning, star studded hit “The South.” Their latest also include the hit singles “Party Like You” and “White Lightning.”  That is just the appetizers for this album. Their current song “Drunk Like You” could be their next hit. Anyone who listens to current Country Music radio has heard songs penned by Johnston including Keith Urban’s “I’m Gonna Fly” or Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl.”

Joining Johnston is Neil Mason. The duo wrote “Days of Old” for Jake Owens. Completing the three is Kelby Ray. The songwriting for stardom is present with The Cadillac Three.

The party starts with the driving title track. The drinks flow with “Slide” and “Drunk Like You.” Wouldn’t be surprised if you have heard “Drunk Like You” on the radio real soon, if you haven’t already. “Graffiti” is one of my favorite songs on the album. The finely crafted song tells of small town life and could do well on the charts.

Party themes highlight this album as the next song is “Buzzin’” followed by the hit “Party Like You.” You have to be careful not to get “Ship Faced!” Their music creates “A Soundtrack to a Six Pack” Then the album brings you back with two strong hits with “White Lightning” and “The South” just to show they are the real deal.

The album finishes strong with the catchy “Peace, Love and Dixie.” If you give it a listen you might find yourself singing along. It ends with “Hot Damn” which is a way some fans might feel about this release.

The new release is out now and it is a good time, southern party that you don’t want to miss!

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on TC3, visit their website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Written for Country Music Pride by Mike Spain


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