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Caleb Stine Album Release with Spectator Bird
Spring Creek Town Hall
Bridgewater, VA
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Jul 12, 2024 7:00 PM



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Caleb Stine Album Release with Spectator Bird
Please join us for the release of Caleb Stine's 14th album, "When I Was A Cowboy" at Spring Creek Town Hall! Spectator Bird will play a short opening set.

When: Friday, July 12th
Doors/Hors D'oeuvres Potluck at 7pm
Music around 7:30

Where: Spring Creek Town Hall
7764 Thomas Spring Road
Bridgewater, VA 22812

$12 presale, $15 day of

How could you know something so small could crack you open like a cannonball? Crack you open, open so wide that Ill meet you on the other side?

- 14 Miles

Caleb Stine's 14th album, When I Was A Cowboy, is about crossing thresholds. Stine recorded and produced the the album himself while waiting on the birth of his first child. Over the ten tracks, he turns a clear eye both forward and back with depth, humor, wisdom, and poetry. 'Daniel Boone' and 'Ragged and Real' are fresh reworkings of previously recorded Stine songs, while 'No Way Out (You Ain't Already Heard Of)' and 'Cold Glass Of Water' feel like they could be a hundred years old. 'Silver Fox' celebrates a beloved mentor while providing a welcome take on aging: 'The older you get,' he sings over a fuzzy groove, 'the more you do.' The laid-back drive of 'Have Guitar, Will Travel' elicits JJ Cale-comparisons and highlights Stine's sense of playfulness and humor. The vibrantly produced 'Cowboy, Part 1' completes the trilogy of archetypes from his previous two albums (Handyman, Outlaw, Cowboy) while the film-like 'Cowboy, Part 2' highlights the sensibilities that made Stine so successful at soundtrack composition. The album ends with 'If I Could Catch Moonlight,' a love song featuring lush strings and some of Stine's finest writing to date. The singer has taken on the rocky terrain of life and the listener has traveled the sonic landscape. Both are rewarded with the love that, Stine has us believing, waits for all of us on the other side.

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Spring Creek Town Hall (View)
7764 Thomas Spring Road
Bridgewater, VA 22812
United States

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Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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Wheelchair accessible through the rear entrance

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