The Cadillac Three has definitely been causing a lot of buzz this year, with singles such as “The South” and “White Lightning.” On Saturday night (Sept. 19), the Big Machine group played a sold-out show at the Cannery Ballroom in Nashville.
Among the industry movers, shakers and fans that were in attendance was Steven Tyler. The Aerosmith frontman joined the band on stage during their encore for a version of “Sweet Emotion.” Take a look at that exclusive footage above.
Tyler — working on his country debut album for Dot Records — told the audience after the performance that he was joining the band and that they would then be changing their name to The Cadillac Four.
Tyler’s debut single, “Love Is Your Name,” recently made it to the top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. However, it’s not his first exposure to the format. He collaborated with Keith Anderson in 2006 on Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll, and adds harmonies to “Bullet,” a track from Jana Kramer’s thirty one disc — which will be released on Oct. 9.