The Cadillac Three fans, take note: Just before the Southern roots trio releases its brand-new album, the band will take the stage at Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium.

The Cadillac Three will take the Ryman stage on Aug. 31, just days after releasing their new album Legacy, which is set to debut on Big Machine Records on Aug. 25. It’s the band’s first appearance at the Ryman, coming after a massive year, following the release of 2016’s Bury Me in My Boots and an intense touring schedule.

"We started the Legacy album the day Bury Me in My Boots came out last August because there were some songs we were excited about and we wanted to jump in the studio and do what we do live for a minute – to see what would happen,” the Cadillac Three drummer Neil Mason says in a statement. “We didn't really tell anyone what was up and by the end of the year we had cut the whole album and produced it ourselves. We can't wait for everyone to hear what we've been up to in between all the shows the last year and a half!"

Tickets for the Cadillac Three’s Ryman Auditorium performance in Nashville go on sale Friday (June 16) at 10AM CT. Fans can score tickets via the Ryman Auditorium website.

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