Mixing gasoline and nitro would make a pretty impressive explosion, though nothing like the high powered alt-country performance from these blue collar boys from Birmingham.


Mixing gasoline and nitro would make a pretty impressive explosion, though nothing like the high-powered alt-country performance from these blue-collar boys from Birmingham. They’ve been called the bastard sons of Southern Rock and they have the pedigree to prove it: claiming influences as far-flung as classic rock and alt-country, not to mention classic country, punk and R&B. They use it all to make a sort of turbo-tonk stew of equal parts rock-n-roll and southern-fried raucous country.

This five member blue-collar band from Birmingham, Alabama is not trying to change the world just provide an escape from the daily grind with some Southern humor, hospitality and a hell raising stage show that makes music lovers everywhere stand-up and take notice. One taking notice is Billy Block of Western Beat Entertainment who said, "I have seen over 4,000 bands in the past ten plus years here on Western Beat and Caddle is without a doubt in my top three." Another taking notice is Sirius Radio’s channel 63 Outlaw Country station, which recently added three cuts from Caddle’s newly released album, “Raise ‘em High.”

Caddle has opened shows for artists such as Billy Joe Shaver, David Allan Coe, Hayseed Dixie, Molly Hatchet, the Reverend Horton Heat, Supersuckers, Burden Brothers, Dale Watson, Webb Wilder, The Exies, El Pus, Bobby Bare, Jr…as well as many other committed musicians with the dedication of breaking new markets one at a time. With music to record and tours to book, the band is trailblazing in high volume and a magnetic sing along style.

Caddle is hitting the road and sharing their music in hopes that you will jump in the van and join them on the ride.

Points of Interest

*Caddle’s Work, Raise ‘em High and Mississippi Doublewide is added to Sirius Radio’s regular rotation on channel 63 Outlaw Country.
*Caddle wins the Birmingham Music Awards (3/8/2007) Album of the Year.
*Caddle’s “Afternoon Lies” played on’s Pop Candy Podast with Whitney Matheson. All music! No interviews! Whitney plays a mix of her favorite new tunes from six
bands on the rise (Week 12/4/06 Podcast).
*Performing 2006 Festivals (to date): Buck Creek Festival (5/2007), Mucklewain Festival (8/2006), City Stages (6/2007), Do Dah Day (5/2006), Stokin’ the Fire BBQ Festival (8/2006), Legacy Fine Arts Festival (9/2006) and the Southside Festival (9/2006), Bayfest (10/2006).
Selected showcasing performers for the Atlantis Music Conference (10/2006) and the Midpoint Music Festival (9/2006).
*Winner of the WTAK FM Rock N Roll Demo Demolition (10/23/2005).

Additional Data

*Caddle’s “Mississippi Doublewide” was selected to be included in the MPMF “Midpoint Music Festival’s 2006 compilation CD which is fully funded and distributed by the conference.
*Caddle’s “Work” is the top requested song on The Creamy Goodness an Arizona based internet radio station.
*Caddle’s “Darlin Cory” selected for Durango Boots 40th anniversary compilation CD. Including artists such as Willie Nelson, Tift Merritt and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (2005).
*Caddle has played with such artists as Kid Rock, The Black Crowes, Lynyrd Skynyd, Blackberry Smoke, American Minor, Tishamingo, Chris Knight, Billy Joe Shaver and more.
*Radio Play on WQNR 99.9 FM (Auburn) 106.5 The Pirate (Mobile), WVRU 89.9 FM (Radford), WJSU 92J FM (Jacksonville), WRAX 107.7 X FM (Birmingham), Creamy Radio, Western Beat Live Radio Broadcast (Nationally Syndicated).

James Fee, Bobby Roberts Company
Phone: 615-859-8899

Joe Hooper, N8 Management
Phone: 615-361-8300

Mike Farley, Michael J. Media
Phone: 615-885-3652


"Raise 'em High" Full Length CD 2007

"Cuz Beer Don't Grow on Trees" EP 2005 (7 songs)

DURANGO BOOTS 40th Anniversary Compliation CD, 2005

RADIO PLAY: WVRU - Redford, WRAX - Birmingham, WLJS - Jacksonville, Creamy Radio - Arizona Internet Radio, Western Beat Radio - Nationally Syndicated, WBHM FM, RFB Musician's Radio

mp3 files on Myspace - 3 mp3 files on

Set List

Caddle typically plays 15 to 20 original songs in a set. Set times vary depending on the occassion.