Billy Strings has given his fans the chance to revisit his debut performance at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre from last year as the guitarist and singer shared full-show, pro-shot footage of his September 15th, 2019 performance at the famous outdoor venue for free on Friday.
The debut performance back in September was an opening slot on the show’s billing as support for Greensky Bluegrass, as it was the third and final night of the Michigan jamgrass band’s weekend run at the Colorado venue.
Strings’ 10-song set that evening opened with “Dust in a Baggie”, and his Colorado fans were kept on their feet for a solid hour of music with performances of “Taking Water”, “Everything’s The Same”, “Away From The Mire”, “Hollow Heart”, “Pyramid Country”, a cover of “Little Maggie”, and a take on Jeff Austin‘s “Run Down”, to name a few. The set came to a triumphant close with “Turmoil & Tinfoil”. Strings would also go on to join Greensky on stage to help play on “I’d Probably Kill You” during the second set of their headlining performance.
Relive Strings’ 2019 Red Rocks debut in full below.
Billy Strings – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – 9/15/19
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Fans will also get the chance to relive Strings’ 2019 appearance at Atlanta’s SweetWater 420 Festival on Sunday (4/26) afternoon, as the annual event will stream a mix of past performances from select artists throughout the weekend. Tune in to Nugs.net on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. EST to relive the 2019 festival set in full.