Railroad Earth’s Next Chapter Kicks Off With Anders Osborne Produced ‘All For The Song’ LP

On April 22nd, the next chapter of Railroad Earth will unfold with the release of their new album All For The Song; a ten-song collection filled with tales of biblical road-trip rainstorms, Louisiana getaways, and losing their brother too soon. Since the completion of All For The Song, Railroad Earth have trickled out singles like “The Great Divide,” “It’s So Good,” and “Runnin’ Wild,” to the delight of fans and critics alike, slowly giving tastes of what the band refers to as their “destination” album produced in New Orleans by Anders Osborne. Fans can pre-order the All For The Song deluxe vinyl and a very special first pressing of RRE’s debut album The Black Bear Sessions atrrevinyl.com.

The rest of March finds Railroad Earth storming down the East Coast—with stops at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, Washington, D.C.’s famed 9:30 Club, two nights at The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville, Virginia, and more—before they kick into festival season high gear. A full list of tour dates is below and ticket information can be found at railroad.earth/tour.

All For The Song Tracklist:

The Great Divide

Blues Highway

It’s So Good

Showers of Rain

Come And Go Moon

Runnin’ Wild

My Favorite Spot

Slippin’ Away

Driftin’ – The Bardo – Driftin’

All For The Song

Catch Railroad Earth On Tour:

March 18 – Albany, NY – The Egg

March 19 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre

March 20 – Philadelphia, PA – Brooklyn Bowl Philly

March 23 – Harrisburg, PA – X.L. Live

March 24 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club

March 25-26 – Charlottesville, VA – The Jefferson Theater

April 23 – Dale, TX – Old Settler’s Music Festival

May 20 – Kansas City, MO – Bluegrass in the Bottoms

May 26 – Jersey City, NJ – White Eagle Hall

May 27-28 – Cumberland, MD – DelFest

May 29 – Thornville, OH – Dark Star Jubilee

June 23 – Eau Claire, WI – Blue Ox Music Festival

June 30-July 3 – Quincy, CA – High Sierra Music Festival

July 8 – Jay, VT – Jeezum Crow Festival 

July 21-24 – North Plains, OR – Northwest String Summit

July 29 – Johnstown, PA – Flood City Music Festival

July 31 – Floyd, VA – FloydFest

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