Music You Don't Know You Like Yet
Cale Tyson sets himself apart from the
current state of country music, by going back to his Texas roots. Currently
based in Nashville, Tennessee, the singer songwriter and guitar players
nostalgic heart and ear for melodies from long ago are made apart on his latest
EP High On Longesome. To aid him in
recording the record, Tyson worked with some of Nashville's finest players:
guitarist Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart), keys player Tyson Rogers (Don
Williams), John McTigue (Brazilbilly) on drums, and Mike Rinne (Caitlin Rose
and Andrew Combs) on bass. The EP opens with "Honky Tonk Moan," with Tyson's
tangy vocals over classic country guitar riffs and piano. "Lonesome In Tennessee" is the EPs
first single, telling of a longing for the one you love. Tyson's "whiskey soaked"
baritone dips and climbs around the organ keys, guitar, and heavy hi-hat. "Long
Gone Girl" features a darker sound than the rest of the EP and, at points, has
- Richard Martin
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