Hear How Railroad Earth Was Inspired By Their New Orleans Surroundings On New Album All For The Song

Article Contributed by IVPR | Published on Friday, April 22, 2022

When roots-inspired, jam-scene favorites Railroad Earth were preparing to record their new album All For The Song, the guys all agreed it was time to take a field trip. Their destination? The Big Easy. Joined by producer and notable artist in his own right, Anders Osborne, Railroad Earth let the New Orleans grease seep into their already widely-influenced sound to create an album filled with feel-good musical moments and tales of road-trip rainstorms, Louisiana getaways, and losing their brother too soon. Out today, All For The Song finds the two-decade-and-running band keeping their bluegrass soul and rock and roll spirit alive and well—just with a dash of Crystal hot sauce and a pinch of Filé powder added for good measure. Fans can stream or purchase All For The Song today at this link.

All For The Song Tracklist:
The Great Divide
Blues Highway
It’s So Good
Showers of Rain
Come And Go Moon
Runnin’ Wild
My Favorite Spot
Slippin’ Away
Driftin’ - The Bardo - Driftin’
All For The Song
Catch Railroad Earth On Tour
April 23 - Dale, TX - Old Settler’s Music Festival
May 20 - Kansas City, MO - Bluegrass in the Bottoms
May 21 - Denver, CO - Levitt Pavilion
May 26 - Jersey City, NJ - White Eagle Hall
May 27-28 - Cumberland, MD - DelFest
May 29 - Thornville, OH - Dark Star Jubilee
June 23 - Eau Claire, WI - Blue Ox Music Festival
June 30-July 3 - Quincy, CA - High Sierra Music Festival
July 8 - Jay, VT - Jeezum Crow Festival
July 16 - Seaside Heights, NJ - Live at the Heights
July 21-24 - North Plains, OR - Northwest String Summit
July 29 - Johnstown, PA - Flood City Music Festival
July 31 - Floyd, VA - FloydFest
August 5 - Del Norte, CO - Rhythms on the Rio Festival
August 21 - Wellston, MI - Hoxeyville
December 7-11 - Puerto Morelos, Mexico - Strings & Sol
All tour dates and ticket information can be found at railroad.earth/tour.