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“Nashville hooked me right away,” remembers recording artist Cale Dodds, reflecting on his decision to pursue a career in Music City. “Even though I was balancing touring with school in Georgia, I always felt like Nashville was where I was ultimately going to land. The creative energy and the collaborations that were happening all around me made me hungry for that, whatever ‘that’ was!” Cale is now immersed in his own collaborations, co-writing with some of Nashville’s most prestigious and prolific Country songwriters and, most recently, recording an EP with producers Kyle Jacobs and Matt McClure (Lee Brice). In addition to laying tracks in Nashville, Cale Dodds is making tracks on the road, opening for the likes of Corey Smith, Billy Currington, and Kellie Pickler. This spring, Cale is headed on a solo tour as one of Wild Wing Café’s “Featured Artists of 2014” as well as touring in support of Brett Eldredge. Cale has partnered with Justin Boots as a “JustinAmerica Country Artist” and with AT&T U-verse for the Country Deep Tour with David Nail.
“It captures that ‘us against the world,’ concept,” Cale Dodds says of his debut EP, Wild and Reckless. “The title Wild and Reckless is about that desire for freedom and that endless ambition to fight for something more,” Cale says, while the album as a whole speaks to young love and its possibilities. “There’s no map…but there is that fire to chase it and try to find it.” Produced by Kyle Jacobs and Matt McClure (Lee Brice), Wild and Reckless was recorded at the renowned Ocean Way Recording Studios.
In addition to laying tracks in Music City, Cale Dodds is making tracks on the road, opening for the likes of Brett Eldredge, Billy Currington, and Sam Hunt. Cale has recently partnered with JustinBoots as “JustinAmerica Country Artist” and with AT&T U-verse for the Country Deep Tour with David Nail. Fans can check out Cale’s upcoming tour dates on caledodds.com and can hear Cale’s music, described by him as a rooted in Country, Classic Rock, and Pop, on iTunes.