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John Butler Trio Release Limited Edition Box Set

5 September, 2011

John Butler Trio Release Limited Edition Box Set

Revered for their brilliant live performances and superb musicianship, one of Australia’s most esteemed bands, John Butler Trio, played their biggest ever headline concert on June 4th last year at the famous and spectacular Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, USA.

An incredible atmosphere and an incredible night, the magic was captured on film as well as on disc. The three-disc box set package features two audio CD's and one 140 minute full length DVD including special features such as Native American dances, behind the scenes footage and the official video for ‘Revolution’.

Over the past twelve months John Butler and his new trio members, Nicky Bomba on drums/percussion and Byron Luiters on bass, have been celebrating the release of ‘April Uprising’ with fans as they conducted a grueling tour schedule taking the band to new heights. As they simultaneously released the album in 11 countries and progressively toured each territory, they garnered incredible respect and rave reviews from fans and media along the way and are considered one of Australia’s biggest music exports.

With one of their most impressive performances captured on this must-have box set, take the experience home and pick up the limited edition John Butler Trio: Live At Red Rocks box set from a record store near you from 19 September.

CD 1 - Introduction, Used To Get High, I'd Do Anything, Betterman, Don't Wanna See Your Face, Revolution, Hoe Down, Better Than, Johnny's Gone, Take Me, Treat Yo Mama, Losing You (featuring Mama Kin), Ocea
CD 2 - Ragged Mile, Zebra, Good Excuse, C'Mon Now, Close To You, Peaches & Cream, One Way Road, Funky Tonight


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