I seen them last night in St. Louis and I'm still riding high off it! I've seen them about a handful of times and the 1/27 show had to be my favorite! The way they play is just like sweet birds filling the air with the most beautiful sounds. It's amazing! And the way they have these musical jams with one another is something I yearn to see! Even know I can't always understand the conversation I can understand the flow of the music! It's wonderful!
Each member is so talented! Especially Andy Goessling. I seen him play so many instruments. His usual was the banjo. But he played two saxes at once, a flute, some other kinds flute but not a pan flute I don't know the name but it was beautiful! He also picked up a guitar and mandolin on a few songs. That guy has some talent! Not only him but a few of the other players were very talented in that area. Love the mandolin and violin! And they kept switching between electric bass and stand up bass which I thought was great! The best I ever heard a stand up bass live! It was speaking to me.
If you get a chance check these guys out! If I had to describe their style I would say they are the best dang progressive bluegrass band out there! I know bluegrass isn't for everyone and I happen to appreciate it very much. But Railroad Earth takes it to a whole other level I think everyone can enjoy! Elko is one of their live releases which I like the most and Amen Corner is my favorite studio album if you wanna check them out!