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Live at Red Rocks

Railroad Earth

Year: 2014

Runtime: 02:40:21

Watch Railroad Earth LIVE from the sold out world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado (August 2, 2014). Their first ever live video release explores the band’s expansive catalogue for an epic, 3 hour enchanting night in the Rocky Mountains

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Progressive Rock, Jam Bands

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