Watch Sturgill Simpson perform at Farm Aid 2016

Sturgill Simpson performing at the 2016 Farm Aid. Photo by Brian Bruner / Bruner Photo
Kentucky native Sturgill Simpson brought along his full ensemble on stage to perform an hour long set at Farm Aid 2016.  Below are videos of his performance, courtesy of Farm Aid.  Each year, Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews host a Farm Aid concert to bring together a wide variety of artists, farmers and fans for one mission: keeping family farmers on the land. Farm Aid is an all-day festival that brings together incredible music, good food and hands-on activities to get folks in touch with the roots of our food. Since 1985, Farm Aid has raised more than $50 million to help family farmers thrive all over the country while inspiring millions of people to take part in the Good Food Movement.  For more info, be sure to check out www.farmaid.org.


Sturgill Simpson performing “Brace For Impact” at Farm Aid 2016
 
Sturgill Simpson performing “Keep It Between the Lines” at Farm Aid 2016
 
Sturgill Simpson performing “Life of Sin” at Farm Aid 2016
 
Sturgill Simpson performing “Railroad of Sin” at Farm Aid 2016


Sturgill Simpson performing “It Ain’t All Flowers” at Farm Aid 2016
 
Sturgill Simpson performing “Long White Line” at Farm Aid 2016
 
Sturgill Simpson performing “I Have to Be Crazy” at Farm Aid 2016
 
Sturgill Simpson performing “Call to Arms” at Farm Aid 2016

Jessica Bray

Jessica Bray is the owner and founder of Kentucky Country Music website. Jessica has been a music journalist and historian for over 20 years. She enjoys providing concert photography, reviews, red carpet event coverage, and exclusive interviews of your favorite country music singers. She is a Kentucky Colonel, as well as a collector of Volkswagen and Gnome items. Most recently, she was named Laurel County's Ten Under 40 Award Recipients for 2018.

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