61 Days In Church Covers
April 21, 2018
Standard Black VinylLimited Edition- 2,500 units Track Listing & Sequence1)- Better Man- (Live At Tacoma Drive-Tacoma, WA- March 18, 2017)2)- Turn The Page- (Live At CenturyLink Center-Omaha, NE- April 8, 2017)3)- Dixie Chicken- (Live at Pepsi Center- Denver, CO- April 5, 2017- w/Chuck Leavell)4)- Six Days On The Road- (Live at PPG Paints Arena-Pittsburgh, PA- April 21, 2017)5)- Rusty Cage- (Live at Verizon Center-Washington, DC- May 19, 2017)6)- Allentown- (Live at Santander Arena- Reading, PA- May 18, 2017)7)- Midnight Rider- (Live at Bridgestone Arena- Nashville, TN- May 27, 2017)8)- American Woman- (Live at Pepsi Center- Denver, CO- April 5, 2017- w/Glenn Hughes)
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SIDE A- “Mistress Named Music” (Live From Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, NE/January 13,2017 Side B- “Holdin’ My Own” (Live from Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN/May 27, 2017
[3:36] Event: BLACK FRIDAY 2017 Release Date: 11/24/2017Format: 7" VinylLabel: Mercury NashvilleQuantity: 2500Release type: RSD Exclusive Release
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