Stringdusters video on Bluegrass Today

We posted back in May when a live, in-studio performance by The Infamous Stringdusters showed up on YouTube. The clip was of them at KSUT in Durango, CO, and was part of a mini-documentary of the band then still being filmed by Craig Havighurst of String Theory Media.

Craig traveled with the ‘Dusters in February 2007 on a four day Colorado trip, and shot footage the whole time – in the van, on the stage and everywhere in between. He captured the band live at several CO venues, backstage, in rehearsal, and also interviewed each of them individually.

The 30 minute documentary, Four Days Of Infamy, is now complete and will debut here on Bluegrass Today on Monday, August 27. It will be available for free, online viewing here by noon on Monday, compliments of Sugar Hill Records.

UPDATE 8/27: Here is the link to watch the full length video on Bluegrass Today.

Four Days Of Infamy is narrated by John Cowan, and is sure to appeal to veteran Stringduster fans, and anyone curious about this hot young band. Be sure to swing back by on Monday, to get seat in the van and a VIP pass as these highly skilled six musicians experience the wonders and occasional hang-ups of a winter bluegrass tour through the Rockies.

Here’s a short preview to give you a feel for what will be contained in the full video.

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John Lawless

John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.