“For nearly two decades, Caleb Stine has been a shepherd of the Baltimore music scene, leading listeners toward an appreciation of genuine Americana music long before his genre found itself in the midst of a major revival.” Baltimore Magazine
Stine, the tallest cowboy in Baltimore’s Across the Harbor, is coming to the Stoltz!
If you saw him with Across the Harbor when they played recently in the Avalon, you won’t be surprised to learn that his music has drawn comparisons to Willie Nelson, “the renegade-cowboy-poetry of Townes Van Zandt, and the sweet, rough and tumble sound of Neil Young’s ‘Harvest’.” (AmericanaUK)
But Stine’s songs are uniquely his own.
Flying just below the mainstream radar, he is truly a jack of all performing trades! In addition to self-releasing a dozen albums, he has opened shows for artists like Jason Isbell, Bombino, and Sam Bush, acted Off-Broadway, and drawn story-boards for the legendary Baltimore filmmaker John Waters, while dynamically keeping the live shows rolling for fifteen years.