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Nathaniel Rateliff releases new live album ‘Red Rocks 2020,’ shares performance video for ‘And It’s Still Alright’

Nathaniel Rateliff has shared a new live album called Red Rocks 2020 via Stax Record.

Rateliff recorded the album in an empty Red Rocks Amphitheatre during his mid-September run of socially distanced concerts. Those shows were limited to just 125 attendees per night in the giant, 9400-person venue. The 90-minute live album offers fans the opportunity to fill their concert void. If you weren’t able to attend one of Rateliff’s live shows last year, this one’s for you.

Alongside the album, Nathaniel Rateliff has shared a live performance video for the title track of his 2020 solo album, And It’s Still Alright. The stunning clip sees Rateliff standing in the centre of the stage, delivering an intimate performance. Rateliff plays an acoustic guitar and comes packed by a 10-piece folk band with a string quartet. The video truly makes you feel as though you’re at Red Rocks, and will get you craving a full concert experience.

Stream Red Rocks 2020 and watch the performance video of “And It’s Still Alright” below.

Red Rocks 2020 boasts a career-spanning set from Nathaniel Rateliff. Not only did he play tracks from his recent album, but he also performed songs from In Memory of Loss, Falling Faster Than You Can Run, and the Shroud EP. On the album, Rateliff performs a duet of Leonard Cohen’s “There Is A War” with Kevin Morby.

Rateliff is returning to live performances this summer with The Night Sweats. Check out the upcoming tour dates below.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Tour Dates:

Charlotte, NC — July 20 — Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre*††
Raleigh, NC — July 21 — Red Hat Amphitheater*††
Bethlehem, PA — July 27 — Levitt Pavilion Steel Stacks (SOLD OUT)*††
Essex Junction, VT — July 28 — Midway Lawn at Champlain Valley Exp (SOLD OUT)*††
Portland, ME — July 30 — Thompson’s Point (SOLD OUT)*††
Highmount, NY — July 31 — Belleayre Mountain*††
Whitefish, MT — August 13 — Big Mountain Ranch**
Missoula, MT — August 14 — Kettlehouse Amphitheatre (SOLD OUT)**
Spokane, WA — August 15 — Spokane Pavilion**
Bend, OR — August 17 — Les Schwab Amphitheatre**
Boise, ID — August 18 — Ford Idaho Center**
Park City, UT — August 20 — Deer Valley (SOLD OUT)**
Grand Junction, CO — August 21 — Amphitheatre at Los Colonias Park**
Morrison, CO — August 23 — Red Rocks Amphitheatre (SOLD OUT)**
Morrison, CO — August 24 — Red Rocks Amphitheatre SOLD OUT)**
Morrison, CO — August 25 — Red Rocks Amphitheatre (SOLD OUT)**
Alpharetta, GA — September 22 — Outlaw Music Festival
Columbia, MD — September 24 — Outlaw Music Festival
Richmond, VA — September 28 — Virginia Credit Union Live‡
Asheville, NC — September 29 — Rabbit Rabbit (SOLD OUT)‡
Franklin, TN — October 1 — Firstbank Amphitheatre‡††
Memphis, TN — October 2 — Mempho Festival
St. Louis, MO — October 9 — Saint Louis Music Park†
Columbus, OH — October 10 — Express Live†
Cincinnati, OH — October 12 — Icon Music Center†
Cleveland, OH — October 13 — Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica†

*w/ The Marcus King Band
†w/ Margo Price
‡w/ Bahamas
**w/ Delta Spirit
††w/ Tré Burt

Lead photo courtesy of Rett Rogers.

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