Rootsy Michigan Jam Band Greensky Bluegrass Plays Covington Ahead of New Studio Album Release, 'All for Money'

The popular group has a big 2019 planned after its new LP's release, including a three-night headlining stint at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado in mid-September

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Photo: Dylan Langille
Greensky Bluegrass

Just two days after Michigan’s Greensky Bluegrass returns to Greater Cincinnati to perform (this Wednesday, Jan. 16 at Covington, Kentucky's Madison Theater), the Bluegrass/Americana Jam band will release its anticipated seventh full-length studio album, All for Money, on its own Big Blue Zoo Records.

The unique and critically-acclaimed group — featuring Anders Beck (dobro), Michael Arlen Bont (banjo), Dave Bruzza (guitar), Mike Devol (upright bass) and Paul Hoffman (mandolin) — got its start in 2000 and has since taken its mix of rollicking string-band sounds to all corners of the U.S., becoming one of the country’s most beloved acts on the Jam circuit and beyond.

All for Money was produced by Glenn Brown and Jack White bassist Dominic John Davis and kicks off a year that includes more touring, including a three-night headlining stint at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado in mid-September, plus a return to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and appearances at several other music fests, like California’s High Sierra Festival and the band’s own Camp Greensky in Wellston, Michigan.

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