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Live from Red Rocks

Darius Rucker

Year: 2013

Runtime: 00:57:00

Filmed on June 6, 2013, Darius Rucker Live From Red Rocks showcases the singer’s unmistakable talent and breathtaking venue situated in Red Rocks Park in Morrison, Colo. The special serves as major professional milestone for Rucker, marking his first year touring as a solo headlining act on his True Believers Tour, which included supporting acts Justin Moore, Rodney Atkins and Jana Kramer. Tune in to this remarkable sold-out performance to see why Rucker and many others herald this venue as the best in the world. Both the open-air venue that seats attendees between beautiful sky-scraping rocks and the three-time Grammy Award winner’s celebrated talent make for a magical performance.

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Country, Alternative

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