Cody Jinks Reveals “Live at Red Rocks” Album & Stream

photo: Jason DeRamo

If you’re ready for this whole COVID-19 thing to go kick rocks and are jonesing hard for a live music experience, Cody Jinks will be offering up the next best thing by chiselling his landmark headliner performance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado on July 13th, 2019 into CD and vinyl, AND will be live streaming the whole damn thing in a special event as well.

A pro recording setup was on hand for the Red Rocks performance, and it will now be produced for the 23-track live album that will come on CD, or triple LP versions which are being offered up in translucent orange, translucent red, and black vinyl. The CD will all be available on December 4th directly from Cody Jinks, with the vinyl shipping in January of 2021. Also on December 5th, Jinks will be hosting a live streaming event. It will stream at 7 p.m. Central, and be free for his fan club members.

This is Cody’s first official live album, and will include many of his major hits, including “Loud and Heavy,” “Hippies and Cowboys,” “Cast No Stones,” and Saving Country Music Song of the Year winner, “David” (see full track list below). Cody Jinks sold out the night at Red Rocks, and attendees said it was one for the ages.

Cody Jinks Live At Red Rocks is one of numerous upcoming projects he’s been promising. Along with recently launching his A Couple In podcast, Jinks has said he has an acoustic album, a Lefty Frizzell tribute album, a potential rock EP, as well as proper studio LP’s on the way, along with other goodies.

The live album is now available for pre-order, and you can also sign up for the live stream.

TRACK LISTING

Must be the Whiskey
Mamma Song
David
Vampires
No Words
Been Around
Big Last Name
Headcase
Somewhere in the Middle
Can’t Quit Enough
I’m not the Devil
Somewhere Between I Love You and I’m Leavin’
Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow
What Else Is New
Alone
Fast Hand
Holy Water
No Guarantees
Lifers
Cast no Stones
Hippies and Cowboys
Colorado
Loud and Heavy 

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