By Randy Harris
Railroad Earth has always been a band that is difficult for me to describe with words. The sheer amount of talent within this group of musicians is simply amazing. The imagery, both lyrical and musical, is breathtaking, and every second of every song is laced with true passion and respect for the art of music. Beholden to no single genre, Railroad Earth blazes new trails with every new song, every live performance and every breath. For over 15 years now, the world has been their canvas, and their story continues on, spreading ever wider through the hearts of their devoted fans.
The band’s two-night run at Washington, DC’s own 9:30 Club has become somewhat of a tradition, celebrating its fourth year in a row on March 10th & 11th this year. Brought to us by the good people of All Good Presents…, the sextet will bring one of the DMV region’s favorites, Cris Jacobs, to open both nights at the seasoned DC venue. Cris Jacobs is perhaps best known for his many years with The Bridge, but his solo career has been making enormous strides over the past few years. His talents are highlighted in his most recent album release, Dust To Gold.
Two day passes are available at 930.com for $50, or you can purchase single night tickets for $28 each. Doors open at 7:00 pm both nights.
March 10 Only: http://www.930.com/event/1378778-railroad-earth-washington/
March 11 Only: http://www.930.com/event/1378779-railroad-earth-washington/