'The Independent Music Show Magazine' September 2021 - Page 12

Two Schmitts and a Cabela, that's how it all started. Two brothers and their best friend looking to rock the world. Like most kids with dreams of fame and fortune, all they really wanted to do was jam out with their buddies. Like all who came before them, they tried everything they could think of to get into the music business.

A MESSAGE FROM CABELA & SCHMITT:

We are a trio of friends who have been collaborating for over 40 years. We come from the heart of the United States and humble beginnings. Our only goal as a group at this stage in our lives is to share with others what we have so freely and abundantly been given.

Every person has the God-given ability to choose how they want to view the world. We are all given a voice, in some way or another, to communicate how we see and experience the world. It is each person's choice how and when to use that voice.

Cabela & Schmitt have chosen to expose our thoughts, beliefs, and feelings in the best way we can....through a song. We have always wanted to share our music without giving up this wonderful life we've been given, and we are so very happy and excited to be able to share with you!

We want to express how grateful we are that you have taken the time to listen to one or more of our songs. We hope they have touched you in one way or another.

~Cabela & Schmitt

“Cabela and Schmitt rock out effortlessly in

What You Say. The rock music Cabela and Schmitt

tend to make will put a smile on your heart! To

me, they are as authentic as it gets when it comes

to making rock music, but at the same time, they

have this level of gentleness to them that is

pretty glaring. In What You Say, their latest single,

Cabela and Schmitt gift us with a soothing rock gem

that features tumultuous drumming, electrifying

guitar-play, wise lyrics, and a vocal performance that is

nothing less than nostalgic! It’s rare that you can find a song

that is for all ages, but in my opinion, What You Say is one of those songs.”

- Andrew Roscoe