GreenSky Bluegrass recently delighted fans at Red Rocks with guests like the California Honeydrops and Joel Cummins from Umphrey’s McGee. Beyond that, the show also featured a big debut and an awesome set from a band that always performs to give their fans the best experience and show possible. If amazing vocals and instrumentals weren’t enough, the band’s live shows feature a full light show with impressive special effects. As the night continued, the show kept getting better at Red Rocks.
To begin the night, GreenSky Bluegrass paired “Bone Digger“ and “Past My Prime”. Not only did they play music from their own catalog, but they also covered some classics like “Shakedown Street” from the Grateful Dead and “Could You Be Love” by Bob Marley. As they were debuting a single off of their upcoming album All For Money “What You Need”, their first guest of the evening Guido Batista joined the stage to add vibraslap to the song. Other sit-ins took place throughout the night as musical favorites kept joining them on stage to the delight of the audience.
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Thanks to the entire crew at @crystalbayclub for showing us so much love and to all of you that helped sell out last night’s show! Download the show at bit.ly/GreenskyCrystalBay. TONIGHT: @thewarfield – doors at 7pm and @thelilsmokies at 8! Full tour dates at greenskybluegrass.com #gsbg18 #falltour
All For Money is set for a much-anticipated release date of January 18 next year but can be purchased through pre-order now. GreenSky Bluegrass announced a winter tour that will accompany the release and promote their newest album. Alongside their new album All For Money, GreenSky Bluegrass also announced that they would be doing a pressing of Tuesday Letter in vinyl that is also available for pre-order.
The 12 songs on the album were recorded in Asheville at Echo Mountain Recording and was co-produced by Glenn Brown and Dominic Davis. Mandolin player for the band spoke about how happy he was to be able to do something that he truly loved as a career while having his dreams come true at the same time. He believes that it’s important for the band to stick to their own values and desires instead of giving in to what others are demanding from them which helps them to continue to enjoy the process.