UTG PREMIERE: Caleb Caudle – “Tuscaloosa”

Caleb Caudle

This morning, we’re excited to bring you “Tuscaloosa,” a charming new single from fast-rising singer-songwriter Caleb Caudle. The track is taken from the country crooner’s upcoming full-length album, Carolina Ghost, which is slated to arrive next Friday, February 26. Give it a spin after the break, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

Speaking on his latest offering, Caudle shared:

“‘Tuscaloosa’ was the first song I wrote for ‘Carolina Ghost.’ Me and my fiancé had just started dating at the time. I left for tour, and all I could think about for the next three weeks was how much I wanted to be home with her. I was staying at a friend’s house in Birmingham and I woke up before anyone and made myself a pot of coffee. I had driven through Tuscaloosa the day before, where my fiancé went to school for awhile. The line ‘Tuscaloosa, I could use what you’re used to’ came to me. I finished the song by the time I got up to pour my second cup. When I’m playing this song in Alabama, I always have to make sure everyone knows that it has absolutely nothing to do with SEC football.”

Pre-order Carolina Ghost here, and catch Caudle on tour throughout the month of March (dates below).

Upcoming Tour Dates:

Feb 19 – Eddie’s Attic – Atlanta, GA
Feb 25 – The Garage – Winston-Salem, NC (*Carolina Ghost Release Party*)
Feb 26 – Slim’s – Raleigh, NC
Feb 27 – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC
Mar 02 – House Show – Richmond, VA
Mar 03 – Club 603 – Baltimore, MD
Mar 04 – Rockwood Music Hall – New York, NY
Mar 05 – Maybelle’s – Washington, D.C.
Mar 10 – Venkman’s – Atlanta, GA
Mar 12 – Standard Deluxe – Waverly, AL
Mar 13 – Callaghan’s – Mobile, AL
Mar 14 – House Show – Baton Rouge, LA
Mar 15 – The Mucky Duck – Houston, TX
Mar 20 – The Basement – Nashville, TN
Apr 01 – Jammin’ Java – Washington, DC
Apr 09 – The V club – Huntington, WV

Kyle Florence

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