Please view our most up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines before entering the show: http://www.tractortavern.com/tractor-covid-guidelines Spending their formative years playing music together in basements and garages laid the foundation for THE CADILLAC THREE to put their own spin on each new record. They open a time capsule of their musical history together and expand on some of the grooves from COUNTRY FUZZ release with a new offering titled TABASCO & SWEET TEA via Big Machine Records. Dropping the sonic swirl with little warning, the new album is a welcome interruption to the mundane and stress felt around the globe. As we finished the last record, we knew we were only tapping the surface with songs like The Jam for where we could go next musically and found ourselves inspired to dive into these sounds that we had never explored before as a band, explains drummer Neil Mason. Weve always had a lot of influences, but ultimately found ourselves thinking about what we were listening to in high school -- The Meters, Stevie Wonder, Medeski Martin Lead singer and guitarist Jaren Johnston continues, this album is a science project constantly moving in different directions but keeping one cohesive feel throughout. We kind of have this innate thing going after all these years so its cool to kind of stretch into some new musical spaces with elements of a DJ set that flows from track to track, but mixed with 80s Funk vibes and jam-band flow over hardcore Country lyrics.Known across the globe for their unpredictable concerts equally impressive and amped in a sweaty club or festival main stage TC3 delivers.