Additional UPDATE: By executive order of the governor of Oregon, our performance at Subaru WinterFest on April 4th in Bend, Oregon is also unfortunately canceled. We are grateful for your understanding and support. For more info, click here
UPDATE: With sincere regret and an abundance of caution, we're choosing to postpone the last leg of Winter Tour, March 19-28. Please know this decision was not made lightly, and the health and wellbeing of our beloved Hobo family is of the utmost consideration.
The 9:30 Club, where we were set to appear next weekend, is closing their doors for the rest of the month as advised by the mayor of Washington D.C. and it remains unclear what the coming weeks will bring. Until we can fully realize the impact of COVID-19, this is the most responsible course of action to keep our community safe.
We truly apologize for the inconvenience as we understand live music often serves as a necessary refuge from the wild world we live in. More details and information are coming soon.
Stay calm. Wash your hands. Be careful. Love one another. We’ll make it through this together!
We're in the Blue Ridge Mountains to open this round of tour at the Salem Civic Center TONIGHT! Tomorrow we head to North Carolina for a triple header at The Fillmore Charlotte on Thursday, the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh on Friday, and The Orange Peel on Saturday. We'll have Handmade Moments joining us for support all week until we go back up to WV for a SOLD OUT Mountain Stage Radio Show on Sunday.
Next week we take on the South! You can catch Railroad Earth with Kyle Tuttle Band Tues. 2/25 at the Mercury Ballroom in Louisville, KY, Wed. 2/26 at the Mill & Mine in Knoxville, Thurs. 2/27 at Iron City Birmingham, and Fri. 2/28 for an evening with at the Vinyl Music Hall in Penascola, FL. Next week commences at The Caverns in Pelham, TN for an epic SOLD OUT Saturday show in a cave on Leap Day.
Colorado, we can’t get enough of you! We’re honored to return to the iconic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre on Sunday, September 20 with our brothers in Greensky Bluegrass. Tickets on sale now!
Winter Tour 2020 is officially underway and we couldn’t be more excited to make our way across the country with our friends Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra, Handmade Moments, Kyle Tuttle Band, Old Salt Union, Larry Keel Experience, Peter Rowan and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades! We kicked it off with sold out shows at the Felton Music Hall and Crystal Bay Casino, and an incredible weekend at The Fillmore in San Francisco. Now we’re bound for Southern California, Colorado, the Northeast, and just about everywhere in between. Check out the tour page to find a show near you, and keep an eye our for our upcoming album, All For The Song, due out this year.
“It’s So Good”, the brand new single off our upcoming album 'All For The Song', produced by Anders Osborne, is officially available NOW on digital streaming platforms!
Penned by Todd Sheaffer, here’s some stories he shared on the origin of “It’s So Good”...
“Man, the crazy shit we musicians do just to play a little music! With this song I had some fun with the curse of the touring musician (and everyone else in the world, for that matter!) - travel nightmares. First verse is an abbreviated version of an infamous RRE travel day from Steamboat Springs, Colorado to Grand Targhee, Wyoming. Broke down buses, side-of-the-road Sunday, nothing open, borrowed ski shuttles, broken axles, lost tires, vans on fire - it's a long story. Second verse? Anyone who's ever done any significant amount of flying has lived the second verse. Unfortunately. Last verse? At the end of it all I still have to fight traffic and make my way west to get home. All for the song! The payoff, of course . . . the chorus! The joyous faces at the end of the road so happy to see you: the fans, the family, the friends, the things that make it all worthwhile.”