Greensky Bluegrass Comes to Kentucky

On February 4th Greensky Bluegrass will bring their genre-bending sounds to the Madison Theater in Covington, KY. After closing out 2019 with a Spotify exclusive collection of live recordings from their Courage For The Road tour, they are continuing to do what they do best and have a 2020 filled with tour dates. Their commitment to live performance is one of the things that sets them apart from most bands. From their sets changing nightly to their stunning light shows, Greensky Bluegrass is a band that when experienced live, transcends all description. Catch them in Covington on Feb 4 and you may find yourself following them from show to show.

Denver, CO – January 10, 2019 – Supporting their critically acclaimed 2019 studio release, All For Money, Greensky Bluegrass spent the last year on the road focusing on the very thing that draws their dedicated fanbase to come and see them time and time again: performing live. Today they introduce the first installment of a new series released exclusively on Spotify, titled “Courage For The Road”. The band offers up 14 songs, hand selected from various performances on their Fall 2019 tour, remixed and mastered by their longtime studio engineer Glenn Brown.

Vocalist/mandolinist Paul Hoffman says “We keep it fresh by cycling through a large catalog of music scattering in things we haven’t played in years or only pass twice per year. Much of the material also contains large improvisational sections that take a new life every time we play it. Keeping ourselves on our toes seems to translate to fans. Follow the band for a week and you might hear 90 different songs. Greensky Bluegrass releases soundboard recordings of nearly every live performance. Each show is unique as the band shuffles through a catalog of over two hundred songs and the spirit of improvisation makes each night so different. Here’s a taste of one tour. 21 shows in 31 days featuring over 150 unique songs. “Courage for the Road” is 90 min of music selected by the band from throughout the tour. We hope you enjoy.”


01.29.20 – The Egg / Albany, NY
01.30.20 – Penn’s Peak / Jim Thorpe, PA
02.01.20 – The Anthem / Washington, DC
02.04.20 – Madison Theater / Covington, KY
02.05.20 – The Mill & Mine / Knoxville, TN
02.06.20 – Fillmore Charlotte / Charlotte, NC
02.07.20 – The Tabernacle / Atlanta, GA
02.22.20 – Winterwondergrass: Steamboat / Steamboat, CO
02.27.20 – Schubas / Chicago, IL
02.28.20 – Bell’s Eccentric Cafe / Kalamazoo, MI
02.29.20 – The Parliament Room at Otus Supply / Ferndale, MI
03.01.20 – Thunderbird / Pitsburgh, PA
03.08.20 – M3F Fest / Phoenix, AZ
03.11.20 – Washingtons / Fort Collins, CO
03.12.20 – Ten Mile Music Hall / Frisco, CO
03.13.20 – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom / Denver, CO
03.18.20 – Jannus Live / St. Petersburg, FL
03.20.20 – Suwannee Spring Reunion / Live Oak, FL
03.21.20 – Charleston Bluegrass Festival / Charleston, SC
04.09.20-04.12.20 – Byron Bay Bluesfest / Byron Bay, AU
06.04.20-06.06.20 – Camp Greensky Music Festival / Wellston, MI
06.12.20 – Blue Ox Music Festival / Eau Claire, WI
06.14.20 – Bonnaroo Festival / Manchester, TN
06.18.20-06.21.29 – Tellurude Bluegrass Festival / Telluride, CO
07.09.20-07.11.20 – 4848 Festival / Snowshow, WV
07.16.20-07.19.20 – Northwest String Summit / North Plains, OR

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