The Avett Brothers certainly have a sweet spot for Red Rocks Amphitheatre — enough to film an entire 14-minute documentary about it.
Chances are slim that any area Avett Brothers fan has much of a voice left this morning. Not after three glorious days of confessional sing-alongs and full-throated shout-alongs at Red Rocks.
Damp yet undaunted, the Red Rocks crowd wore everything from Gore-Tex to plastic trash bags to yoga mats as the Avett Brothers played through a downpour during their second of three nights at the mountain venue.
There they were, the world-famous Avett Brothers, lined up alongside one another in a chorus line of stringed instruments on Friday night at Red Rocks.
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After a few successful years of multiple night runs at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the Avett Brothers will return to the mountain venue for its longest stint yet.
The Avett Brothers performed a full hour-long concert for David Letterman’s “Live on Letterman” series on Wednesday.
Culled from the same recording spell that spawned “The Carpenter,” the Avett Brothers’ “Magpie and the Dandelion” claims most of the session’s plaintive moments.
Confessional, and above all, earnest in their love for their craft, the Avett Brothers ended a two night, sold out run at Red Rocks on Saturday.