The current landscape of music consumption is changing by the day. As the United States and the world come to grips with the COVID-19 calamity, musicians have developed some creative ways to connect with fans via live streams. On Wednesday, Greensky Bluegrass introduced Live From The Archive, a video series that will combat social distancing fatigue and bring the live experience to living rooms around the world.

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Starting tonight, March 18th, at 9:00 p.m. ET, Greensky will air a series of live shows, alternate song versions, interviews, and behind-the-scenes video.

In a press release, mandolinist/vocalist Paul Hoffman said, “We’ve been looking thru the archives for things to release for you to watch at home. So tonight, set one from the Kalamazoo State Theatre in 2014… let’s get together at 9 pm ET and roll back the years. I’ll join you!” That show, which came at the end of a lengthy fall tour on November 28th, saw Greensky cover Bruce Springsteen‘s “Atlantic City”, as well as the original rarity, “What Happened to Jim?” during the second set, among a host of fan-favorites like “Windshield” and “A Letter to Seymour”.

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Be sure to tune in to the Greensky Bluegrass Facebook page for tonight’s installment of Live From The Archive. The videos will later be posted to the band’s YouTube page.

Photo By Dylan Langille © Greensky Bluegrass All Rights Reserved 2017