Singers with local roots to perform at The Garage
Singer/songwriters Haley Dreis and Caleb Caudle will kick-off a more than 40-city tour on March 1 in Winston-Salem, their hometown.
The pair will perform at The Garage, 110 W 7th St., at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.
Dreis, a 23-year-old Nashville-based artist and multi-instrumentalist, has recorded and toured throughout the southeast with Jay Clifford (of Jump Little Children) and Josh Kaler (of Slow Runner) and has performed alongside national acts such as We The Kings, Tonic, Edwin McCain and Toby Lightman. Recently, she graced the stage of the Grande Ole Opry, playing the violin in the orchestra for Kirk Franklin at the Stellar Music Awards. Dreis’ most recent CD, “Lady With A Rocket,” was released in September.
Blurt Magazine critic Fred Mills has noted that Caudle’s “potential as a singer-songwriter was obvious from the get-go.” Opening for artists like Jason Isbell, Lucero, Dawes and the Felice Brothers and receiving critical acclaim from prominent publications like NME, Twangville and Indyweek.com, Caudle, 26, has received much attention for his fifth CD, “Tobacco Town.”