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Hozier and Madison Cunningham Stun at the Iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is known for its beautiful scenery and the looming rock formations surrounding the venue, making it a magical place to see any artist who steps foot on stage. With a clear night sky overhead, it felt as if Hozier and Madison Cunningham were made to play there.



 

Opener Madison Cunningham is a Grammy award-winning folk singer and songwriter best known for her powerful and atmospheric voice. Beginning her set with All I've Ever Known, Madison took the crowd on a musical journey through life and the changes that come with growing up. Her set list included Hospital, Pin It Down, Broken Harvest, and a song dedicated to her grandmother Raechel with Life According to Raechel, moving some of the crowd to tears. Closing her set, Madison finished In From Japan with the mantra "No one's holding you back now, no one's holding you back now." as the audience cheers echoed through the amphitheatre.


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The moment Hozier stepped on stage, the crowd went wild. Illuminated by a spotlight and a sea of projected stars, Hozier began his set with the haunting De Shelby (pt. 1) before the stage lights lit up the artificial rocky terrain that acted as risers for his eight-person band. The ensemble led the ecstatic crowd through Hozier's award-winning discography, playing fan favorites Francesca, Movement, Cherry Wine, Would That I, Eat Your Young, and, of course, Take Me To Church. To close out the night, Madison Cunningham joined Hozier on stage to sing a haunting duet of Work Song, enrapturing the crowd and commanding their attention through the end.



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