Unparalleled After-After Party Following CMA Awards Will Feature Special Guests Joining Lucinda Williams, Dr. John, The Cadillac Three and Bonnie Bishop on Stage

NASHVILLE – (October 26, 2016) – Emmy-nominated online music series Skyville Live has announced Lucinda Williams to join Dr. John, The Cadillac Three and Bonnie Bishop as the special guests for a late-night show taking place November 2 after the CMA Awards. The revolutionary series will feature these five talented acts performing with the biggest names in Nashville for a night of memorable musical moments.

“We are thrilled to have the immensely talented Lucinda Williams joining Dr. John, The Cadillac Three and Bonnie Bishop for our after-after party. This is sure to be a night of can’t-miss moments! More fantastic surprise guests to be announced soon,” commented Wally Wilson, Creator of Skyville Live.

Starting at 11:30 PM CT, Skyville Live will welcome to the stage Lucinda Williams, Dr. John with his award winning jazz trombonist Sarah Morrow, The Cadillac Three and Bonnie Bishop to the stage, all of them backed by The McCrary Sisters and the SVL Allstars, a twelve piece band led by Kenny Greenberg and featuring Willie Weeks on bass, Chad Cromwell on drums, Mike Rojas on B3, Justin Schipper slide guitar and a six piece horn section conducted by Roy Agee. Fans will be able to experience this extraordinary show through the Skyville Live Stream on go90, AOL and Rated Red.

Unique, show-stopping pairings will add to the growing list of once-in-a-lifetime collaborations delivered only by Skyville Live. From Lady Antebellum, Jason Isbell, Jewel, Brandy Clark and Amanda Shires bringing down the house with Kris Kristofferson on his classic “Me and Bobby McGee” to a stellar take on “Midnight Train to Georgia” with Gladys Knight, Martina McBride and Estelle to the impassioned performance of Steve Earle’s “Pilgrim” featuring the acclaimed songwriter alongside Emmylou Harris, Brothers Osborne, Margo Price and Colter Wall, Skyville Live continues to create music moments that are unique to its stage.

Three-time Grammy Award winner, Lucinda Williams has been carving her own path for more than three decades now. While not a huge commercial success at the time Lucinda Williams (aka, the Rough Trade album) retained a cult reputation, and finally got the reception it deserved upon its reissue in 2014. For much of the next decade, Williams moved around the country turning out work that won immense respect within the industry. The past decade brought further development, both musically and personally, evidenced on albums like 2007’s “West,” Which All Music Guide called “flawless…” and 2011’s “Blessed,” which LA Times dubbed “a dynamic, human, album, one that’s easy to fall in love with.” All of this work has led to her most current release, “The Ghost of Highway 20,” a 14 track ode to the road.

Cultural icon Dr. John is a six-time GRAMMY Award-winning musician, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and New Orleans' greatest living legend. As a West Coast session musician in the '60s, playing keyboards on records by Sonny and Cher, Van Morrison, Aretha Franklin and The Rolling Stones, he launched his solo career developing the charismatic persona of Dr. John The Nite Tripper. His breakthrough 1968 album “Gris-Gris” introduced his voodoo mysticism, funk, rhythm & blues and psychedelic rock. Additional classic releases include 1971’s “Sun, Moon and Herbs,” which featured Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger; 1973’s “In the Right Place,” with hits “Right Place Wrong Time” and “Such a Night”; GRAMMY Award-winning albums “City That Care Forgot” in 2008 and “Locked Down” in 2012; and 2014’s critically acclaimed Louis Armstrong tribute “Ske-Dat-De-Dat: The Spirit of Satch.” In 2016 he will receive the Jazz Foundation of America's Hank Jones Award at “A Great Night in Harlem,” which has pledged $1 Million to help musicians recovering from the Louisiana flood, and has just released a double live album and DVD, “The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac & His Music,” with performers including Bruce Springsteen, Widespread Panic and many more that is #1 on the Blues charts.

Bold and electric, The Cadillac Three has proven to be a force with high-energy shows and gritty sonic instincts. Grammy nominated and chart-topping frontman Jaren Johnston (Guitar & Lead Vocals) along with musical co-conspirators Kelby Ray (Bass Steel Guitar, Acoustic & Vocals) and Neil Mason (Drums, Percussion & Vocals) have a style all of their own that hovers between radio-ready Country anthems, rock ballads and traditional Southern folk. The Nashville natives, who met in high school, have a raw sound like no other that builds around Neil’s melodic percussion and the intertwining of Jaren’s gruff vocals and guitar with Kelby’s lap steep, all ready to explode at a moment’s notice. Since being named 2015 UK Classic Rock Roll of Honour: Best New Band, TC3 will have grown a rabid fan base across the globe with slots on Superstar tours and sold-out headline stops across Europe at famous venues – O2 Academy Islington, Dingwalls and The Garage – and will return in November for their Don’t Forget The Whiskey Tour to debut tracks from their latest album Bury Me In My Boots (Big Machine Records)

Bonnie Bishop is a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter who recently released her sixth album propelling her into the world of Soul. Before this, however, Bishop cut ties with music and passionately focused on writing and storytelling, marking an end to a decade long Country career. It wasn’t until Producer Dave Cobb reached out that she considered singing Soul leading her to the career she has today. Bonnie is credited with writing “Not Cause I Wanted To” and “Undone” for Bonnie Raitt and has also had songs featured on ABC’s “Nashville”.

The must-watch episode is scheduled to stream live exclusively via AOL.com and go90, a free mobile video platform available across all wireless carriers, November 2 at 11:30 PM CT. To access go90, simply download the app via the App Store or Google Play.