As the week winds to a close, we are reflecting back with some thoughts about the undoubtedly historic run of musical performances that just occurred this past week at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY: Billy Strings’ “The Deja Vu Experiments,” which saw the bluegrass guitarist and his quartet play six consecutive shows at the rock palace, live-streamed to what was reported as over 30,000 viewers tuning in.
Billy Strings virtual concerts confirmed March 24-26, broadcasting live from iconic venues in New Orleans and Austin
I last reviewed a streamed Billy Strings show in July. A lot has changed since then. Online concerts have grown more sophisticated, with platforms like Twitch taking the tech out of the artist’s hands. Billy’s hair? That too has changed from the oft braided locks of an up and comer to the mullet of someone who has arrived.
GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter and musician Billy Strings will return to the stage March 19-21 for a special, socially-distanced concert series at St. Augustine, FL’s The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre. After performing numerous livestream and drive-in concerts throughout 2020, the newly confirmed dates will be Strings’ first in-person shows in over a year.
Luke Combs and Billy Strings collaborate on a new song, “The Great Divide,” out today—listen/share HERE.
Written by Combs, Strings and Wyatt Durrette, the song was produced, recorded and mixed by Chip Matthews earlier this month in Nashville, TN. In addition to Combs and Strings, the song features Charlie Worsham (acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo), Royal Masat (bass) and Eric Darken (percussion).
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Billy Strings will share a special encore broadcast of his Red Rocks Amphitheatre livestream concert next Saturday, November 28 at 8:00pm ET/7:00pm CT via Nugs. Originally recorded this past September, the special showing will be the final opportunity for fans to watch the landmark headline performance.