In a recent interview with TheBoot.com, Chris Cagle reveals that, after the fallout of his first label with Virgin Records, he lost his manager as well and began "[to drink] and became an angry person," Cagle explains. "Finally, one day I said to myself, 'You're not even the guy that you can respect, you're not a guy you can look up to.'"
However, with belief in second chances and revelations, Cagle soon found himself signing with Bigger Picture and a completely new fan base following.
"What's interesting is I've been asking people, 'How many of y'all have never seen us,' and the majority of the crowds have never seen us live. So we still have the Caglehead fans but I think they're bringing two or three friends who haven't seen me, and 60 to 70 percent of most crowds are new."
Cagle also explains, among two others, the story behind his song "Dance Baby Dance". About the special bond between father and daughter, he explains:
"Being a dad changed me in so many ways. When I saw Stella come out, her head was turned and she looked at me, and it was one of those things where when they put her in to measure her she was just hell-bent, get me out of here, wailing. I walked over and put my finger down in that little hand and she kind of exhaled this peaceful breath, and grabbed my hand, like "Oh, I'm safe." She'll never know how strong she is. That child, she made me want to be better at everything. Including being a human."