Infamous Stringdusters tracking live this week

The Infamous Stringdusters will be recording their stage shows this next few days for a live CD expected this Fall on Sugar Hill.

The first show tracked was in Charlottesville, VA on April 29, and they captured audio last night in Burlington, VT. They will also record tonight’s show in Brighton, MA plus Friday’s in New York city, and Saturday’s in Falls Church, VA.

‘Dusters guitarist Andy Falco shared a few details about the project.

“Audio will be engineered by our dude, and seventh Stringduster, Drew Becker, and producer Billy Hume.

Were not sure exactly what songs will be used yet, but it will be a mix of old and new Stringdusters material, including some songs that are faves at the show, but have not been recorded on an album. Be looking for a few surprises as well.”

The guys have been road warriors from their start in 2005, and have developed a loyal fan base from their raucous live performances. Reso man Andy Hall said that they have been wanting to give their fans the live album they have been requesting for the past few years.

“We’re trying to capture the live ‘Duster experience as realistically as we can – the energy, the crowd, the songs, all of it. We’re making up our sets pretty much as we usually would, and changing them up night to night. But we’re doing some new songs that people may not have heard if they haven’t seen us in a while.

We also have a videographer/photographer out with us to help produce bonus content to go along with the audio recording.

The plan is to listen to everything when we’re done, and choose what we like best. We haven’t decided if we’ll use chunks from each night, or maybe just one whole show. Once we listen we’ll decide that; we’ll have 5 shows to choose from.

We are very excited about this project!”

Here’s a look at one of the new songs that may find its way onto the live CD.

If you want to be in the audience for one of these remaining tracking dates, you can find all the show details on the Infamous Stringdusters web site.