Caleb Caudle & the Bayonets: Valentine's Duet W/Caitlin Cary

CALEB CAUDLE & THE BAYONETS RELEASE NEW DUET FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

Caleb Caudle & The Bayonets
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Caleb Caudle & the Bayonets have released “I Don't Think Heaven Would Take Us (If It Couldn't Have Us Both),” a brand new duet featuring special guest Caitlin Cary (Small Ponds, Tres Chicas, Whiskeytown) on vocals. Listen to it here.

Recorded at Desolation Row Studio in Raleigh, NC in August 2010, “I Don't Think Heaven Would Take Us (If It Couldn't Have Us Both)” finds Caudle and company – bassist Kyle Caudle, guitarist Philip Pledger, drummer Chad Newsom and new Bayonet multi-instrumentalist Sam Kossler - tapping into the same airy, spacious feel of tracks like “Weightless” and “Skeleton Tree” off Snake River Canyon, their critically acclaimed album released in May 2010.

“I Don't Think Heaven Would Take Us (If It Couldn't Have Us Both)” is the first release in what will be a busy month for the Bayonets. Last week, the band unveiled their new website, www.thebayonetwork.com. Designed by Pledger, the new site provides fans a direct link to the band as well as instant access to the group’s tour dates, music, short films and lyrics.

On Saturday, February 19, the band will release WestSalemSession, a four-track acoustic EP, at their show at The Green Bean in Greensboro, NC. Like the duet, WestSalemSession spotlights the band’s mellower side, featuring songs from across their three-album catalog. The group will begin recording a brand new album in the Spring.

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[Published on: 2/10/11]

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