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Music You Can Groove To
Let me take a moment to introduce two very skilled and talented singer-song writers.
Their names are Haley Dreis and Caleb Caudle. You may have heard of them because they have been in the music business for some time now, at least seven years and going strong. If you like Michelle Branch, Sarah Barellis, or Jewel then you will love Haley Dreis. And if you are more of a Waylon Jennings type of person, then you will love Caleb Caudle.
This year they will be touring across the United States spreading their passion for song writing that tells deep relatable stories and has a groovy style that catches everyone's attention, while giving a fresh and upbeat feeling. For the first time ever in their performing careers, they will make a stop here in Savannah. This is huge, because many times Haley and her family have taken vacations here, and now she wants to return to sing her heart out for a city that has hospitably hosted her and her family for many years.
“The branches became lonesome as the blackbirds flew, the feathers fell down on this Tobacco Town for you,” Caleb Caudle's new album Tobacco Town, is following his successful trend of making strong lyrics, that will have music lovers seeing the strong imagery intended, while speaking of a deeper story. Caleb, is an Americana artist that has been making music solo and with bands, he has even worked with Ryan Monroe from Band of Horses and even with a highly known producer, Neilson Hubbard.
Music has always run in Haley's veins and it wasn't until her freshman year at University of South Carolina Honors College that Haley decided to take her talents a step further and make an album."Perched up on the tree you will comfort me, bed of leaves and dirt closer to the earth I will spread my wings, to new and glorious things," Not Alone, one of Haley Dreis' many songs that tell of a fall from grace, but soon a rise like the Phoenix that is always never too far behind.
So, come on out, sit back, sip on a hot mug of cocoa and listen to their tales, at the Foxy Loxy Café, on March 5, 2013 at 8:00 p.m.
Written by: Amber Dyson