"We know it says “no country” right there in our name but, truth be told, we’re suckers for quality, throwback country artists (it’s that overexposed, top 40 country that we think Nashville’s got more than enough of). Cale Tyson’s Nashville by way of Texas, whiskey-soaked, 1970′s golden age retro country sound is genuine enough to make us converts."
"Tyson sings about the woes of lost love, accompanied by a crying pedal steel and reverb-soaked harmonies."
"In the time I’ve known him and watched his writing grow, I can say with full certainty that Cale Tyson is a front-runner in the up-and-coming generation of Texan Troubadours. Us Nashville kids are proud to call him our own. I am proud to call Cale Tyson a friend and fellow writer."
"The reason you should listen to Cale Tyson is because in no way does he try to appear as anything more than he is. He loves whiskey and wild women. He sings the praises of the outlaw country movement; the combination of a pedal steel guitar and wailing voice stands as a quality tribute to Waylon and Merle. His sense of humor is part self-deprecating and part-narcissistic; in other words, he is relatable."
"A true 'Young Country Spotlight' songwriter. The audience loved him, and I did too."
"I've had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing hundreds of new artists over the years. Every once in awhile someone comes along that's the complete package. Cale Tyson is certainly one of them. His music is fresh while still singing about the traditional fare of country music. I hope Nashville see and appreciates the diamond that is this young artist."