Tim Carbone keeps a busy schedule. In addition to touring constantly with Railroad Earth and recording new material with The Contribution, Carbone has produced many up-and-coming as well as veteran artists in the jamband and new grass scene, from Gipsy Moon to Hot Buttered Rum.
The members of Railroad Earth aren’t losing sleep about what “kind” of music they play – they just play it. When they started out in 2001, they were a bunch of guys interested in playing acoustic instruments together. As Railroad Earth violin/vocalist Tim Carbone recalls, “All of us had been playing in various projects for years, and many of us had played together in different projects. But this time, we found ourselves all available at the same time.”
Railroad Earth recently revisited their acclaimed 2014 album, Last of the Outlaws, pulling together a filmed live performance augmented by a string quartet on some of their favorite cuts from the record. The Castle Inn Sessions, as it was to be called, was filmed in an idyllic turn of the century hotel in Delaware Water Gap, PA, and is now a brand new 4-song EP, premiered today with RELIX (see link in header) and is now available for release.
Sitting at the base of the mountains in Placerville, California, High Sierra’s sister festival Hangtown Music Festival covered 4 days of festivities which included beer tasting, meditation, yoga, costumes, but most of all, for the rock solid line up of diverse musicians. El Dorado County Fairgrounds opened its door with a freshly titled, Hangtown Music Festival. They may have dropped the Halloween Ball from their name, but that certainly didn’t slow down the party of twirling costumes under sunny skies and cool mountain air all weekend long.
Fall bluegrass festivals are usually pretty perfect no matter where you are. There's that cool heaviness in the air and the crisp laughter of folks coming together to enjoy the natural sound of bluegrass. This year's Hillberry Music Festival in Eureka Springs, AR was no exception. The stellar lineup and fantastic scenery compelled people from all over the U.S. to travel to Arkansas for a weekend of music and meaningful experiences.
In just a few days, folks will be celebrating music, friends and the making of memories at The Farm in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. At the beginning of a beautiful Arkansas fall, situated within mountains constructed of quartz and limestone, and healing springs…a wonderful small festival will echo through the hillsides. Event organizers, Railroad Earth and Deadhead Productions, will welcome new bands and old friends to another surely great Hillberry Festival.
Railroad Earth, who recently kick started their current fall jaunt with their now-traditional headline play at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, announce another, also traditional, performance over 3 nights around New Years Eve, December 29-31 at the legendary Revolution Hall
Railroad Earth are happy to announce the addition of a two-night consecutive run at Charlottesville, VA’s beloved Jefferson Theater on September 30th and October 1st.
The Jefferson Theater announcement comes in addition to the previously announced fall tour plans, which include a return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre with special guests the Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Anders Osborne, hosting at both Hillberry – The Harvest Moon Festival, and Hangtown Music Festival. Full dates below!
In addition to a return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre with special guests the Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Anders Osborne, hosting at both Hillberry – The Harvest Moon Festival, and Hangtown Music Festival, Railroad Earth has added new shows.
Pre sale ticketing will begin Tuesday 6/21, with general on sale following on Friday 6/24:
9/16 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO
Railroad Earth will return to Red Rocks Amphitheater Friday September 16 along with special guests The Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Anders Osborne, followed by an intimate show at the Boulder Theater on September 17. Tickets to the Boulder show are only available as part of a special two day ticket package.