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Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Day 1)

Sound Tribe Sector 9

Year: 2011

Runtime: 02:24:21

Since forming in Atlanta over a decade ago, instrumental electronic rock band STS9 continues to be at the forefront of the electronic music scene. Ranked #25 on Pollstars list of top grossing touring acts, STS9 truly does it all; from selling out venues across the country, opening for Jay-Z, to owning their own record label, 1320 Records, to using their voice as a platform for change by raising admirable amounts of money towards their activism efforts; pushing boundaries is all in a days work for STS9.

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