Railroad Earth

Railroad Earth bassist Andrew Altman releases EP produced by Tom Hamilton

Railroad Earth bassist Andrew Altman spent some time in the studio with Tom Hamilton (American Babies, JRAD, Phil Lesh) last year and the resulting five song EP is now available in most online outlets.

Railroad Earth | The Pageant | 1/17/2015

Railroad Earth returned after two years to The Pageant on January 17th to open with The Forecast and Tim Carbone on violin. Following a large crowd welcome, the band started up into a soulful Long Walk Home that had us swaying. The band got rolling with an upbeat Lordy, Lordy and got us to jump and stomp to Gold Rush.

RAILROAD EARTH celebrate their Live At Red Rocks DVD with webcast at the eTown Hall

Railroad Earth will be celebrating the release of their DVD, LIVE AT RED ROCKS , by hosting a special webcast of a portion of the film at the eTown Hall in Boulder, CO on Wednesday 1/21 at 7:00 PM MST.

Railroad Earth Announce First Ever DVD

Back on August 2nd of this year, Railroad Earth rolled up on Red Rocks amphitheater, just outside of Denver, for a return performance from a triumphant show in July of 2013. What transpired was nothing short of amazing- a transcendent evening of music with the band giving fans 3 hours worth of RRE classics that not only involved the group’s 6 members, but a horn section, to boot, (dubbed that very night as “the Mile High Horns”)!

Railroad Earth Announce West Coast Winter Tour

It’s been a successful 2014, all around for RAILROAD EARTH, whose latest release, Last Of The Outlaws, seems to have endless legs.

YarmonyGrass 2014 | Review and Photos

For bluegrass fans it doesn’t get much better than YarmonyGrass: picturesque Colorado weather, great friends, and top-notch picking in one of the most beautiful parts of Colorado. From August 15th to the 17th, bluegrass lovers gathered at Rancho Del Rio for the ninth annual YarmonyGrass festival, and the results were more than pleasing.

Rancho Del Rio

Northwest String Summit 2014 | Review and Photos

No single thing makes a festival the “best festival ever.” Sure, one great band can make it really good. Or maybe the campground scene was where it was at. But it’s really when you group those moments with the ones of unbearable laughter, silly dancing, and inspirational people that a festival becomes the “best ever.” And you know what? The Northwest String Summit consistently brings the best.