How much is Chris Cagle worth?
|Net Worth:||$18 Million|
|Date of Birth:||November 10, 1968|
|Country:||United States of America|
Who Is Chris Cagle
Christopher Norris Cagle was born November 10, 1968 in DeRidder, LA. He grew up in Baytown, TX playing the piano and guitar. His musical influences are James Taylor, Skynyrd, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, ZZ Top, George Strait, The Eagles and the Doobie brothers.
Anywhere But Here’
Chris Cagle’s Anywhere But Here is full of songs that most people can relate to. From changing emotions to partying with friends, it’s all covered on this album.
Though I’ve enjoyed Chris Cagle’s radio singles, for one reason or another I never purchased any of his previous albums. After listening to Anywhere But Here, I can’t help but wonder what I’ve missed out on. From what I can tell, he’s remained true to his own style while managing to fine-tune different aspects of his music.
Unless you want a fight, you should think twice before messing with the man in “Might Wanna Think About It.” He won’t let anyone tell him how or what to think when it comes to close personal beliefs. This song is full of attitude and has a “Don’t mess with me” feel. “Wal-Mart Parking Lot” is about a group of high school students who would hang out and learn about life and love “on the hoods of Chevys and beds of trucks.” First single, “Miss Me Baby,” finds Chris singing about intimate moments he once shared with a lady in hopes it would make her feel bad, only to switch things around halfway through and have him wanting her forgiveness.
Next song, “Maria,” is rather intimate sounding. Chris describes how her “kisses knock him over. Make him drunk then leave him sober, and make him feel like he’s a man.” “Hey Y’all” is on the other end of the spectrum. It’s more of a feel good partyin’ with your buddies type of tune. There is also a great cover of Bon Jovi’s song “Wanted Dead Or Alive.” Chris really did a wonderful job on that one. “I’d Find You” closes the album on a loving note. No matter where she is, he will see her beautiful face.
This self-titled release is Chris’ sophomore album. Starting out with the upbeat “What a Beautiful Day,” through the reflective “Look At What I’ve Done,” Chris has packed this release with more good music.
Many of the songs on the album are about being in love, and “Look What I Found” is an example of that type. While Chris wrote 9 of the 11 songs on the album, this is one of the two he didn’t write. It talks about how he found love when he didn’t expect it. But all the songs aren’t happy love songs. The last one is an interesting look at a breakup. “Look At What I’ve Done” has him talking about seeing his ex and realizing she’s much stronger without him.