When WATERLOO REVIVAL’s Cody Cooper met his bandmate George Birge in middle school, he inspired his new friend to express himself through music — a path that drastically affected both their lives. "By seventh grade I was hooked and Cody and I were writing songs together,” George admits. "We were so heavily influenced by the Austin music scene growing up," George adds, "we decided on the name Waterloo Revival in order to bring Austin music heritage to the rest of the world." In June of 2016 WATERLOO REVIVAL signed to Toby Keith’s record label, Show Dog Nashville, and joined him on tour where they continued to push their music out to the world, developing a dedicated fan base along the way. Leading off 2017 touring behind their brand new single, “What Guy Wouldn’t,” WATERLOO REVIVAL continues their forward momentum.
Austin Jenckes was born and raised outside of Seattle in the small town of Duvall, Washington and moved to Nashville in early 2012 to pursue his songwriting and artist career. After having cuts as a songwriter with Lee Brice, Colt Ford & more he released his first single “Same Beer Different Day” in August 2017 reaching 1 million streams on Spotify. Rolling Stone Country named him one of their “10 Artists You Need To Know” in January 2018 saying “he sounds like a gnarly, but vul-nerable, country-blues singer with the introspective songwriting chops Nashville thankfully continues to reward.”
Grammy-nominated songwriter and singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, drummer Neil Mason and lap-steel player Kelby Ray have known one another since they were teens and have been sharing stages together for nearly 15 years. This summer, they'll headline their hometown of Nashville's most famous venue, the Ryman Auditorium, just a few blocks from where Johnston and Ray sat in high-school math class daydreaming about one day playing the legendary hall. Johnston's connection to the Ryman goes back even further: his father has been a drummer at the Grand Ole Opry since Jaren was a child. And now he has a son of his own, who, like his old man, will be well-versed in all the sounds that make up both Music City and The Cadillac Three, from country and blues to rock & roll.
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