• Infamous Stringdusters perform flood benefits

    For those of you in the Nashville area who would like some musical diversion in the wake of the flooding, The Infamous Stringdusters have decided to convert a couple of hometown shows into fundraisers. Returning from the road, the band

  • Things That Fly comment contest ends today

    We have received dozens of clever and entertaining comments in our Things That Fly comment competition. Later today, Sugar Hill Records and The Infamous Stringdusters will choose their five favorite comments to this earlier post, and each commenter chosen will receive

  • Win a pre-release copy of Things That Fly

    How would you like to get an autographed copy of the new Infamous Strigdusters CD, Things That Fly, before it's available anywhere else? How about getting a free 'Dusters show poster in the bargain? Five lucky readers of Bluegrass Today will

  • Ed Helms and the L.A. Bluegrass Situation

    We've  written before about Ed Helms (of The Office) and his love for bluegrass music. Not content merely to be a lone banjo player in L.A., Helms decided it was time to put together a bluegrass music event in Hollywood. Partnering

  • Things That Fly promo video

    Chris Pandolfi, the multi-talented banjo picker with The Infamous Stringdusters, has added yet another clever stop action video to his oeuvre. This one is plugging the band's next CD, Things That Fly, set for an April 20 release on Sugar Hill.

  • Travis Book and Sarah Siskind on tour in CO

    Just back from The Infamous Stringdusters' 2010 Ski Tour in the Rockies, bass man Travis Book is heading back on the road for a brief tour with his wife, the talented singer/songwriter Sarah Siskind. In addition to her own critically-acclaimed

  • Things That Fly from The Dusters

    Sugar Hill has announced, perhaps with a touch of irony, that the new CD from The Infamous Stringdusters will be released on 4/20. Things That Fly marks something of a departure for the band, as they chose to work Gary Paczosa