Twang Nation debuts Caleb Caudle’s “The Reddest Rose”

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“The Reddest Rose” is a dobro-dusted cut that has Caudle’s country heroes’ influences branded all over it. A little Gram Parsons melancholy, a shade Merle Haggard roughness with an ear for melody reminiscent of Lyle Lovett.

There’s a river I see that runs beside me, and I long to feel it’s water start to cool. Seems like what I run to the quickest, only leaves me blue.” Caudle sings in his road weary baritone in a away you know there’s truth in it. READ MORE…

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