Texas-born Cale Tyson will play a handful of UK shows kicking off on Tuesday.
Alongside his full band, these dates will feature his biggest London headline show to date at The Moth Club on 30th May. The dates are in support of Tyson’s latest album Careless Soul, which was released last year on Clubhouse Records.
Careless Soul was the follow-up to 2015’s Introducing Cale Tyson and it was recorded in Muscle Shoals, AL at the legendary Fame Studios. The album is described as ‘a true no holds barred country soul record’ and was produced by Michael Rinne.
The album features a vast 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.
The dates follow Tyson’s recently performance at the inaugural Americana Music Association UK Awards where he was nominated for Best International Album.
The full dates are:
30th May – Moth Club, London
31st May – Hebden Bridge Trades Club
1st June – Hare And Hounds, Birmingham
2nd June – Red Rooster Festival, Suffolk
3rd June – Con Club, Lewes
Watch Cale Tyson perform Somebody Save Me below: