The Cadillac Three have released a new video for ‘Long After Last Call’.
The ACM-nominated trio has partnered with NIVA and #SaveOurStages campaign for the release.
They began filming the video back in 2019 at the Iron Horse Saloon in Sturgis, South Dakota.
The original plan was for the entire band to feature, but the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted their plans.
Neil, the bands drummer explains, “Kelby and I were going to be the bartenders closing down the bar, while Jaren played in the empty room at the end of the night.
But then the holidays happened, we started the Country Fuzz Tour and COVID hit. We uncovered what we had recorded recently and really loved how it felt. It took us right back to being on tour, but also seems to have foreshadowed all the empty venues around the world currently.
Without independent clubs like these, The Cadillac Three wouldn’t exist.
If you can, we hope you’ll help us support them too through the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund.”
2020 was still a busy year for the trio, who were born and raised in music city.
Despite cancelled tour plans, they made the most of the time off by writing and releasing two very different projects: Country Fuzz and Tabasco and Sweet Tea.
They are nominated for Group of the Year at this year’s ACM Awards.
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