Reminder: The second Red Rockstrospective with nugs.net is tonight at 9 pm ET with a stream of September 16, 2016 at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre!
In June, Railroad Radio and nugs.net are launching Red Rockstrospective to celebrate our past performances at the legendary Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. Tune in this Thursday at 9 pm ET for the first showing of Sept 16, 2016.
You’re invited to collaborate with Railroad Radio on Long Way To Go! We recently got “together” just to play and it put a huge smile on our faces. Now we need your love and energy to complete the picture.
Participating is as easy as recording a horizontal video of yourself singing, playing, dancing, bellowing, whatever you feel moved to do, then sending it in. We’ll turn it into a new video where we are all side by side doing what we do best. If you’re a picker, take a pass at a section. Or sing a chorus with us, write a new verse, shake your groove thing… there’s no rules here, other than to have fun.
We couldn't do any of this without you, and it would be weird to try. Please join us in creating a few minutes together to rejoice as a community again!
We’ll be extending the deadline for Long Way To Go video entries an extra week, until Sunday 6/14. Submit here: HERE
We're excited to be a part of Quarantine Comes Alive, a virtual music festival for a good cause on May 30! Details at quarantinecomesalive.com
We're excited to participate in the online virtual festival Suwannee Spirit Raiser to support Live Oak Music & Arts Foundation, Inc. this weekend! Learn more at www.suwanneespiritraiser.com
For the final segment of Railroad Radio’s Movie Night, we’re excited to premiere 5/26/2019 from DelFest in Cumberland, MD at 9 pm EST tomorrow on our Facebook page!
“Nobody hosts a festival better than the McCoury family, and it’s been an honor to be a part of so many Delfests, especially when we get to follow Del closing a Sunday night like we did last year. The other thing about Delfest is... the weather! Watching the thunderstorms roll through the Cumberland Gap is something to behold and that night was one of those as anyone that was there will attest. They cleared the field more than once due to lightning, and it wasn’t certain we, or Del, were going to get to play. In the end it all worked out and nobody went anywhere! Definitely a place and a stage we look forward to returning to when this storm passes.” -Carey Harmon
Howdy Hobos! The online merch store is now 25% OFF all week for our Spring Sale! Excludes previously discounted items. For every order placed between 4/23-4/30, Railroad Earth will be making a donation to the Sierra Club in honor of Earth Day. Check out our offerings HERE!