It's the band's second album of the year, following February's acclaimed 'Country Fuzz,' and it explores some of the grooves in that release.
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The shows will also benefit kids who rely on school for one or two meals per day during the coronavirus pandemic.
At 73, Hubbard has landed a major label deal and made an album featuring Ringo Starr, Joe Walsh, the Cadillac Three and many others.
Support for the virtual show on 18 July comes from American singer Michael Ray, Canadian singer-songwriter Tenille Townes, and Yorkshire-born country star Twinnie.
Originally a highlight of the band’s Country Fuzz album, the song has been significantly amped up for fans' listening pleasure.
The band's latest album 'Country Fuzz' was released in February, with Classic Rock describing it as, "made entirely for boozy barbecues and bloke-y banter."
The Cadillac Three sound the part, look the part – and, hell, they take audiences apart. If you’re not instantly converted, check your pulse.
The new track also features on the band's new album, 'Country Fuzz', set for release through Big Machine on 7 February.
The album follows in February 2020, just after the start of the trio's next US and international tour.
To mark the news, the country-rock trio have unveiled not one but two new tracks, 'Long After Last Call’ and ‘Back Home.'
The song was written by the group's Grammy-nominated frontman Jaren Johnston and drummer Neil Mason with Josh Dunne.
The new festival is set to debut on 11-13 October at the Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee.
The track is described by Rolling Stone as a "loose, party-ready jam that celebrates the camaraderie of the road."
The track comes from their acclaimed sophomore album 'Port Saint Joe.'