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by BWW News Desk
Railroad Earth will kick off their 2013 Winter Tour with a three night run at the Ogden Theater in Denver, CO on January 18th. The first of 21 stops along the national tour, the band is slated to perform headlining dates across the country with stops in Minneapolis, St Louis, Chicago, Asheville, Atlanta, Boston, New York City and San Francisco just to name a few, and all before the end of March. Known for top-shelf musicianship and an unparalleled lyrical prowess, Railroad Earth continues to pick up steam as they head into 2013.
There is something magical about a Railroad Earth performance. Whether it's their impeccable musicianship, their ability to tell a story, or just the energy of the fan base itself, Railroad Earth captures each and every theater they play, with the kind of performances that are made of legends. They sing of our nation's changing landscape and social ills with a commitment reminiscent of Woody Guthrie, while interpolating instrumental timbres that could have been pulled from Celtic or Cajun culture. And as anyone who has caught them live will attest, their concerts are imbued with the fire-in-the-belly passion of straight-ahead, blue collar rock & roll.
In their tenure, the band has packed large theaters and festival's alike, drawing in fans from nearly every walk of life. From devout fans of Americana, bluegrass or just straight up guitar singed rock & roll there is something for everybody at a Railroad Earth show.
The band will kick off their winter tour this January with performances booked near and far. Check out the website for official ticketing and tour information atwww.railroadearth.com.