If minor chords and harmonies are your thing, then you’re in for a treat today.
Caleb Hacker is a singer-songwriter from Fairfax, Virginia who plays a soulful, slightly bluesy brand of acoustic folk that’s reminiscent of artists like Tracy Chapman and Ed Sheeran. He has a soft yet powerful voice, the kind that could probably sing whatever the hell kind of music it wanted to, and do it quite well.
You can preview and purchase Caleb Hacker’s most recent EP, Parking Lots & Purple Skies, right here.
RIYL: Leon Bridges, soulful bluesy goodness, morning coffee, good music, Ben E. King