NC Music Celebration Concert Series: Caleb Caudle

February 2, 2019 – Caleb Caudle

The Stokes County Arts Council continues their 2019 Come Hear North Carolina Music Celebration with Caleb Caudle appearing at The Arts Place of Stokes on Saturday, February 9th at 7:00 p.m.

Caleb Caudle is a native of Stokes County and one of Winston-Salem’s favorite singer songwriters. He was recently dubbed the musical equivalent of high-proof bourbon rich in flavor, with a subtle, satisfying bite, by Rolling Stone editors for their list of 10 New Country Artists You Need To Know.

Caudle’s two most recent albums, Carolina Ghost and Crushed Coins, drew widespread critical acclaim from the likes of NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Huffington Post, Paste, Bitter Southerner, and American Songwriter.  

With over 150 dates on the calendar, just this past year Caudle was featured on the the Cayamo cruise where heplayed alongside John Prine, Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale, Brandi Carlile, Margo Price and many more. Since then, Caleb has toured relentlessly, sharing the stage with John Paul White, Lera Lynn, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Elizabeth Cook, Drivin’ N Cryin’, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Paul Thorn, ShinyRibs, JD McPherson, and The War & Treaty.

He was asked to play at Willie Nelson’s ranch for Luck Reunion where he swapped songs in the round with Courtney Marie Andrews and Kevn Kinney. After Wildwood Revival, and headlining his six-week full band US tour this summer, he showcased to a packed house at AmericanaFest in Nashville, and played NPR’s World Cafe Live. C

Caleb has just wrapped his UK Tour, including his official showcase at AmericanaFest UK and will be playing his first show in Stokes County in over a decade.

Caleb hits the stage at The Arts Place of Stokes on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 7pm. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of show.

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This concert is part of our “Come Hear North Carolina” at The Arts Place this 2019 as we celebrate the “Year of Music”.

Come Hear NC is a promotional campaign of the North Carolina Department of Natural & Cultural Resources and the North Carolina Arts Council designed to celebrate North Carolinians’ groundbreaking contributions to many of America’s most important musical genres — blues, bluegrass, jazz, gospel, funk, rock and everything in-between.

For more information on our 2019 Come Hear NC Music Series and full list of concerts CLICK HERE