Cagle & Nash's new but classic sounding Holiday duet features Greg Cagle and the very talented Robyn Springer on vocals. The strings and oboes and french horns and trombones are from the same arranging genius that you heard on “Soul Complete” - David Floyd of Floyd’s Produce. The smooth Wes Montgomery-style guitar solo is by French guitarist Daniel Domenge.
About Cagle & Nash -
Greg Cagle and Rick Nash both grew up in the town of Concord back when it was hip to listen to cats like James Brown and Otis Reading and Wilson Picket. They actually crossed paths for the first time at the young ages of 15 &16 respectively. Back then they called them “basement” bands. Doug & the Soul Review, the Tamrons, Then there were the serious bands like Sugarcreek where both Greg & Rick worked on a couple of different occasions. Sometime along the way Cagle lured Nash to UNC-Charlotte where Cagle went for Theater stuff and Nash was chasing that Music Composition dream
Cagle continued to build his catalog of original material and honing his composing and arranging skills while Nash went on to study studio recording and production under non other than Mark Williams, Engineer on projects of R.E.M, Don Dixon, James Brown fame while pursuing his day gig as Marketing Manager for a B2B manufacturer in the Charlotte area. Cagle and Nash still kept in touch on a close friendship level but were not afforded the opportunity to write and record together until . . .
Fast-forward to Late December 2007 when musical fate has brought Cagle & Nash together again for the best effort yet. Nine months of working on arrangements of 11 songs that are almost each and everyone a “single” release in their own right, has wrought a project of 11 songs about love and love lost and love found entitled “Soul Complete”.
Now with this wonderful Holiday song the Cagle & Nash creative juices continue their flow. We hope you enjoy this Holiday song and encourage you to check out our CD Release "Soul Complete" as well.
Cagle & Nash