Greensky Bluegrass has shared a new live album titled Courage For The Road: Winter 2020, as the band, fans, country, and world cope with the lack of live events and socializing while adhering to social distancing and self-quarantine guidelines amid the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

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This release marks the second album in the Courage For The Road series, following January’s release of Courage For The Road: Fall 2019. The album compiles live cuts from the band’s most recent winter tour at venues like Atlanta, GA’s The Tabernacle, Washington, D.C.’s The Anthem, New York City’s The Beacon Theatre, and Albany, NY’s The EggCourage For The Road: Winter 2020 includes fan-favorite tracks, such as “A Letter To Seymour” and “Windshield”, as well as some collaborations.

The band’s most recent tour saw them supported by the Holly Bowling and Tom Hamilton-fronted Ghost Light. Throughout the run of shows, Greensky collaborated with Bowling many times, including on “The Four” and “Don’t Lie” at Jim Thorpe, PA’s Penn’s Peak, which are both included on the album.

Stream Courage For The Road: Winter 2020 below.

Greensky Bluegrass – Courage For The Road: Winter 2020

Recently, Greensky announced a new video series dubbed Live From The Archive, which will see the band combat social distancing fatigue by bringing the live experience to living rooms around the world. Every Wednesday night at 9:00 p.m. ET, Greensky will air live shows, alternate song versions, and behind the scenes video. Be sure to tune in to the Greensky Bluegrass Facebook page for the latest installment of Live From The Archive this Wednesday, April 1st. The videos will later be posted to the band’s YouTube page.