With a combination of old time hillbilly and western swing music, Brought to You Via Saddle-ite pays homage to a variety of early American music while maintaining a contemporary appeal. This album travels throughout the 20th Century, visiting landmarks like the light-hearted Bing-Crosby-Turned-Western-Swing tune, "From Monday On", and the Bakersfield honky-tonk sound of "Heaven Only Knows". with sassy rockers like, "It's a Doggone Shame" and moody, depth filled tunes like, "I'm Hoping That You're Hoping", this CD combines a contemporary sound with the history of old-time music without being cliché. Brought to You Via Saddle-ite truly represents a sound and style that is distinctive to Cari Lee And the Saddle-ites. It's a sound that has put the Saddle-ites on the the Grand Ole Opry and stages around the country. Cari Lee And the Saddle-ites' sound transcends time and has music critics saying things like, "Her voice and stage presence are up there with the legends of the genre... in an era when prefab superstars who can't play a note make it big by shaking their asses, it's great to see a talented band who so clearly enjoy what they do." (The San Francisco Bay Guardian) It's music that Cari Lee And the Saddle-ites call "Rural Boogie". The album features guest musicians from Big Sandy And the FlyRite Boys, the Four Charms and backing musicians for Wayne Hancock.