Robert Randolph returns to ‘Rockspel’ the

  • Saturday’s concert features Robert Randolph Band, Sweet Tea Trio, Blues Old Stand, T.U.B., and DJ Jeffrey James.
  • Tickets for Saturday’s Red Bluff Music & Arts Festival are $25 in advance until Friday, $30 on day of show.
  • Tickets are available online at
  • A free pre-party is happening there Friday at 6 p.m. with Sam Williams, J.M. Turner, William Barnes, the All Star Band and special guests.
  • Red Bluff Bar at the Silos is at 335 Coosa St. in Riverfront Park.

The sound of pedal steel guitar will be echoing across the Alabama River and off the silos Saturday for the inaugural Red Bluff Music & Arts Festival in Montgomery.

Robert Randolph said it’s going to be a loud and funky. Get ready to dance and sing along.

“I always try to bring that side to my live concerts — a sense of blues, rock and joy,” Randolph said. “John Mayer called it ‘rockspel.’ That’s what he calls my music.”

Robert Randolph is performing Saturday in Montgomery for the Red Bluff Music & Arts Festival.

Along with the Robert Randolph Band, Saturday’s festival at Red Bluff Bar at the Silos, 335 Coosa St. in Riverfront Park, also features country from the Sweet Tea Trio, blues from Blues Old Stand, and Southeastern band T.U.B. (The UnKnamed Band — music from The Grateful Dead, Phish, WSP), plus Montgomery’s DJ Jeffrey James.

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