Multi Instrumentalist Cado Releases Incredible Vintage EP

Having been born half a century too late in 1990, Cado is a modern rock and roll artist with an obsession for music of the past! After stealing a Beatles album from a record shop aged 10, he was inspired to make music that will make people smile, dance and enjoy themselves!

Cado, who grew up in County Kildare, Ireland, was mesmerised at an early age by the sound of The Beatles and Chuck Berry and from then commenced a lifelong obsession with music! His father would perform Johnny B. Goode to him, and when he heard the hard hitting opening riff featured in back to the future at age 11, he did not hesitate to pick up a guitar and has rarely put it down since!

The multi instrumentalist has toured the UK and Ireland with The Shades and in early 2016 he began recording a collection of songs inspired by the music he adores. The singer-songwriter takes a completely DIY approach, self recording and mixing everything in his home studio. Every instrument on the EP was performed by him allowing him make music that he truly loves.

Listen to/download the EP here: https://cadomusic.bandcamp.com/

The retro sounding EP has strong nods towards classic artists such as Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis. The EP is out on 12th August.

Links

Facebook – www.facebook.com/cadomusic

EP Download – www.cadomusic.bandcamp.com

Spotify – https://play.spotify.com/album/3SlafrQsP2ixHRjhy0yTtf

Soundcloud – www.soundcloud.com/cado_music

YouTube – www.youtube.com/CadoOfficial

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