Caleb Lee Hutchinson
For as long as Caleb Lee Hutchinson has been making music, he has rooted his creative process in the brutal honesty and rich storytelling tradition of country music’s roots. Hutchinson’s voice and wit inspired important collaborations on his 2019 self-titled debut EP, produced by Grammy winner Kristian Bush, and 2021 follow-up, “Slot Machine Syndrome,” produced by Grammy-nominated Americana stalwart, Brent Cobb. In 2022, Caleb self-produced the darkly themed EP, “Songs I’ll Never Sing Again,” and wrote and starred in the accompanying short film. With his new project, “Southern Galactic,”—produced by multi-genre artist and creator Titanic Sinclair—Hutchinson explores new territory while maintaining his reverence for the honesty and storytelling that seeded his love for country music as a Georgia boy listening to Mississippi John Hurt and Waylon Jennings cassettes with his dad.
White Pines Music Festival 2024
“the Brent Cobb-produced project sees Hutchinson breaking down barriers” “if there is anyone who has been authentic from the get-go, it's Hutchinson” “The project’s title track shows a more grown-up,…Read More