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.
Tickets for the event are on-sale now with a variety of purchase options including a special bundle with an MP3 download of the full, three-set performance. A portion of all proceeds will benefit Musically Fed, an organization that works with artists and venues across the country to help in the fight against hunger. For all ticket options, visit 2nu.gs/BillyStrings.
Next week’s broadcast is just the latest in a series of unique livestream and socially distanced concerts Strings has performed throughout 2020. Additional recent events include “The Streaming Strings Tour,” where he performed livestream shows from several of Nashville’s most beloved venues, as well as his “Meet Me At The Drive-In Tour,” a series of socially distanced, drive-in concerts.
These events continue a breakout year for Strings following the release of his acclaimed new album, Home, out now on Rounder Records. Produced by Glenn Brown (Greensky Bluegrass), the album furthers his reputation as “one of string music’s most dynamic young stars” (Rolling Stone). Across 14 songs written by Strings, Home combines his high velocity, flat-picking guitar technique with intense, confessional songwriting. The album reached #1 on both Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart and Bluegrass Albums chart and led Strings to debut at #11 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart.
Released to critical acclaim, the Associated Press praised, “it is his creative musical storytelling, paired with solid vocals on Home that should seal the deal, pleasing fans of the genre and creating some new ones…the perfect blend of pure talent and pluck,” while The Wall Street Journal declared, “Billy Strings has clearly emerged as a premier guitar flatpicker of this era.”