Since its formation in the mid-2000s, the Greensky Bluegrass band has had a successful entertainment record. The Michigan-based band continues to entertain locals as well as hold many full light shows across the USA. When the band started, it had only three members. Today, the Greensky Bluegrass band comprises 5 members: Paul Hoffman and Dave Bruzza who have been members since 2000, Mike Devol who joined in 2004, Michael Bont, and Anders Back who teamed up with the rest in 2008. Each of these team members of the Greensky Bluegrass band has a major role to play to the effect of the country band as they call themselves. Living Over, Miss September, and Past My Prime, which were released in 2016, are some of the songs that put the band at the top.
At the eve of 2018, the Greensky Bluegrass had a remarkable performance that took the band across several parts of the U.S. following the success of their shows, the band decided to hold another big concert at the end of the year. The date finally came to be. Before their 2 nights’ high-velocity performance at the Red Rocks theatre in Colorado, the band had ample time to prepare itself. The band made the announcement about the Colorado Red Rocks show in January 2018. For 9 months before the performance, the Greensky Bluegrass took the time to prepare themselves. When the D-day arrived, fans were treated to an exclusive two-night performance they will never forget. Supporters who did not manage to see the Bluegrass band perform live at the Red Rocks theatre in Colorado were not left out. Thanks to Nugs TV and affiliates, thousands of other fans watched the performance from home via webcasts.
According to posters that were circulated to various media houses and pinned on billboards, Greensky Bluegrass were not alone on the Red Rocks stage. Two other artists performed on the same stage. California Honeydrops who performed on Saturday, September 22, 2018, and Turkuaz, who rose to the stage the following day, was also present during the high-level performance. The band performed at Ogden Theatre a day before they appeared on the Red Rocks stage.