It's sure to be a special night on Nov. 10 at Denver's Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre when one of Americana's founding fathers teams up with one of its brightest young stars for a special night of music. That's when John Prine and Nathaniel Rateliff will team up for a performance at the venue.
Prine is a name that should be familiar to any fan of Americana music. His list of hits include genre standards like “Sam Stone,” “Hello in There,” and “Paradise.” But for this trip to Denver he's also celebrating his new album, The Tree of Forgiveness, his first album of original material in thirteen years. Every ticket to the show sold will include a copy of the new record.
It's a testament to the strength of Prine's stature in the Americana community that he can pull Nathaniel Rateliff in as an opening act. Rateliff, along with his band The Night Sweats, has been headlining shows himself in the last two years, as well as garnering increasingly high billing at festivals like Coachella and New Orleans Jazzfest. Rateliff's bluesy guitar riffs, blaring horn section, and rowdy stage presence fits hits like “S.O.B.” perfectly. Rateliff is also touring behind new material, having released Tearing at the Seams in March that has already produced a pair of chart hits in “You Worry Me” and “A Little Honey.”
With a pair of artists of this caliber, this all ages show is likely to be a sellout but you can get your tickets now right here at AXS. Don't live in Denver? Not to worry. AXS has tickets to other shows by both John Prine and Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats separately in venues across America.