Concert Reviews By Shantel Breen / May 25, 2018 Share Tweet “This album is about love. Love is nothing but a giant wheel and if you wait long enough, eventually it comes full circle.” Caleb Stine proudly shared his reflections on his new album, Moon. Stages Music Arts in Cockeysville, Maryland, hosted two sold out nights welcoming Stine’s latest release. Accompanying the CD was a coloring book designed by local artists. Those who contributed to the coloring book, provided a visual interpretation to each song on Moon. Coloring pencils were placed throughout the theater and a coloring station was set up in the lobby. As guests entered, many stopped to add a little bit of color to the artwork on display. Stine performed Moon in its entirety, taking time to providing a little insight before the delivery of each song. Themes of new love, old love, and missed love flow throughout the lyrics as Stine lets his listeners in on a more intimate side of his songwriting. Stages Music Arts provided the perfect venue for this performance. Stine mentioned that the theater is like a miniature Meyerhoff due to its attention to detail in sound performance. Music surrounded the room, making the audience feel as if they were inside each song. After a short intermission, Caleb Stine returned to the stage and performed a second set of songs with a more upbeat tempo. Stine even welcomed requests from the audience. It was a wonderful evening and the perfect way to introduce this new release, Moon. Enjoy photos by our photographer Shantel Breen of These Subtle Sounds.