On Thursday, the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO paid tribute to the late John Prine, following his passing earlier this week at the age of 73 due to complications from COVID-19.

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In an Instagram post yesterday, the venue wrote: “Since his passing two days ago, it is clear that [John Prine’s] impact on American music & songwriting cannot be understated.” The post continued, “We were lucky enough to witness this firsthand on multiple occasions, with John playing Red Rocks for the first time in 1979 (opening for J.J. Cale) and regularly until his last performance here in 2019 with the [Colorado Symphony],” before closing with “Rest in peace, Mr. Prine.”

Attached to the post was a full, pro-shot video of “Angel from Montgomery” from Prine’s last show at Red Rocks on September 18th, 2019 with the Colorado Symphony. Marking one of his last performances ever, the video shows Prine doing what he does best—sharing the stage with talented musicians and treating fans to his masterfully written songs. Read the full post and watch the video below: