Railroad Earth Announces New Album ‘All For The Song,’ Confirms Winter Tour 2020 & Shares Single

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Railroad Earth will release a new album entitled All For The Song in 2020. The band will support the LP with an extensive 2020 winter tour and previewed All For The Song by unveiling the single “The Great Divide.”

Railroad Earth tapped Anders Osborne to produce All For The Song. On Sunday, the band brought their third and final headlining set of this year’s Hangtown Music Festival in Placerville, California to a close with the live debut of “The Great Divide.” Frontman Todd Sheaffer penned the song. “The Great Divide” is a tribute to the late Andy Goessling, a co-founding member of the band who passed away last year. All For The Song will be RRE’s first album without Goessling.

Stream the studio version of “The Great Divide” below:

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Railroad Earth begins their most ambitious tour in years at the Felton Music Hall in Felton, California on January 16. Next up is a two-night stand at The Fillmore in San Francisco January 17 – 18. RRE then hits Crystal Bay, Nevada on January 19 before returning to California for stops in Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo and Solana Beach.

The tour continues in Tucson on January 26 ahead of a run of dates in Colorado that includes concerts in Aspen, Frisco and Denver. Railroad Earth’s show in Denver on February 1 will also feature Peter Rowan for a performance of Old & In The Way. It’s then off to the Northeast for visits to Boston, Port Chester (New York), Salem (Virginia), Charlotte, Raleigh and Asheville. Next, RRE heads south for shows in Louisville, Knoxville, Birmingham, Pensacola (Florida) and Pelham (Tennessee). A swing through the Midwest follows including performances in Grand Rapids, Madison, Minneapolis and Chicago. A two-night stand in Washington D.C. on March 20 -21 leads into a tour-closing run featuring stops in Fayetteville, Tulsa, Kansas City and St. Louis.

A pre-sale is underway via the band’s website. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, November 1 at 10 a.m. local time.

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