Caleb Fletcher is a singer/songwriter from The South. With a sound that blends folk, Americana, and a little country, Caleb Fletcher produces a vibe that truly reflects his southern roots and laid-back attitude. “A new-age Paul Simon,” with “a story-telling style of writing and finger-picking like that of James Taylor,” Fletcher creates original music and lyrics that show a mature and soulful outlook beyond his years. He recently released a new EP, Where It Comes From, an organic, grassroots group of songs with rich acoustic layers, sweet harmonies, and even a little grit here and there.
Caleb has played festivals in the Carolinas, including the Reedy River Concert Series and Artisphere, as well as popular venues like The Handlebar and Smiley’s Acoustic Café. He now resides in Nashville, TN, and has begun to make some waves within Music City. He was a resident player in a few venues off of Broadway, including Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, and also played the Hard Rock Café. He has toured throughout the region, making stops in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, The Carolinas, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Caleb is currently promoting the new record and working on plans for a more extensive tour in the new year.