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Our good pals CALEB have been road warriors the last few weeks playing a string of dates throughout the Southeast and Midwest, and we’re excited to welcome them back home to Nashville this Sunday night for 3rd & Lindsley’s “Nashville Sunday Night” presented by Lightning 100. If the show is anything like the one we did with them last November at 12th & Porter, it will 1) be packed and 2) be an absolute blast! As luck would have it, Cause A Scene has 2 FREE TICKETS to give away to one lucky fan. Here’s two ways you can win:

1) Leave a comment on what your favorite CALEB song is.

2) Tweet “@causeascenenash loves @calebtheband and so do I!! #freeticketgiveaway” with a link to this post.

A winner will be selected at random on Sunday afternoon and notified via Twitter.

And to get yourself extra excited for CALEB’s show Sunday night, take a few minutes and check out their recently recorded AudioTree session here. The single, “Learning How To Love” can be watched below:

CALEB: CAS Preview

LarryKloess —  November 15, 2012 — Leave a comment

As a sound engineer, I went to college and was trained to listen for the best sounds possible.  Sometimes it doesn’t matter how much I try to EQ a drum kit or a guitar; I just have to realize that it’s never going to sound any better.  However, the band CALEB sits on an entirely different level.  Their sounds are some of the most tasteful that I have ever had a chance to work with.  From their profound, inspiring lyrics to their giant guitar tones it never gets old mixing a set.

The front man Caleb Chapman and brother/drummer Will Chapman started the band as a duo in 2010 and quickly added guitarist Scottie Mills.  Together as a three-piece,  they have released 2 excellent EPs “Trouble” and “To the Ends of the World,” and have some exciting future plans in the works that you’ll be hearing about soon.

As a friend of the dudes, it has been a great experience to see them grow as individuals and as a band.  Each of their efforts comes together and creates so much passion that is exuded from their music.  When they’re on stage and when we’re driving ten hours cross-country to play a show, it is always apparent that they love doing what they do.  I’m pumped, to say the least, to see what happens to these guys in 2013.

We had our first show with Seryn, Julia Sinclair, and Foreign Fields Tuesday night at the Bottletree in Birmingham.  Those dudes (and ladies) are a blast and we’re so excited to be sharing a few shows with them this week.

We are particularly excited about playing in our hometown of Nashville, Tennessee at 12th and Porter this Saturday 11/17 . We really couldn’t be more eager to be back home playing in front of so many people we love!  It’s a real joy seeing our friends and family and hope to even see some new faces in the crowd as well.

-Riley Vasquez

Today marks a very exciting moment in the history of Cause A Scene. We were graciously asked to present our first show outside the confines of a house in Nashville, and we could not be more thrilled with this show and the insanely talented lineup on board. Today also marks a jumping off point for Cause A Scene, as we are in the process of planning out a full-scale production company with the specific aim of promoting shows around Nashville with the best new talent that we can offer.

On the night of Saturday, November 17, at 12th & Porter, we will be hosting one of our all-time favorites, Seryn, fresh off their performance in front of 225+ people at our most recent house show and local legends CALEB who if you haven’t seen live, you’re severely missing out. It is very fitting to be hosting Seryn for this show, as they’re the band that really launched Cause A Scene in the first place. We couldn’t be happier to promote these wonderful folks. CALEB (Caleb and Will Chapman, Scott Mills) released the fantastic “To The Ends of the World” EP last fall and are poised to breakout in a huge way in the coming year. These guys might be young, but they possess the musical chops of artists twice their age.

As if that wasn’t enough musical goodness for you already, we’ll have the brilliant Levi Weaver and Julia Sinclair gracing the 12th & Porter stage as well. We had the chance to catch Levi close out the SofarSounds Nashville launch in early September are were left nearly speechless at the his sonically and stylistically rich songs that carried the weight and depth of an artist far beyond his years. And as for Julia? Well, we were lucky to have her open the Seryn house show and we could have listened to her play the rest of the night. A true gem of an artist.

Tickets are available on 12th & Porter’s website for $8 in advance and will be available for $10 at the door. Hurry and get yours before they’re gone. If Cause A Scene has anything to do with it (and we will), this show will sell out quickly. See you on November 17th!