The Cadillac Three Leave Their Mark at Abbey Road

Film Live Performance Series at the Beatles' Recording Home

The Cadillac Three left their mark on Abbey Road Studios after filming a series of live performance videos at the Beatles’ famous recording home. The performances are of select tracks from their upcoming album Bury Me in My Boots, out Aug. 5.

“Graffiti” is the first Abbey Road video to be released, and additional renditions of “White Lightning,” “The South,” “Runnin’ Red Lights” and “Peace Love & Dixie” will be out by Aug. 12.

In “Graffiti,” TC3’s Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason face each other and rock out in a dimmed Studio 3 while Johnston sings of taking it too far and becoming small town famous with their names in graffiti.

TC3’s work at Abbey Road follows a long line of legendary sessions tracked at iconic facility. The Beatles’ Revolver, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, Radiohead’s The Bends, Florence + the Machine’s Ceremonials and Kanye West’s Homecoming are just a few of the albums recorded at Studio 3.

The band’s next trip to the U.K. and Europe starts Nov. 5 in Manchester, England, with stops in Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain.

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