• 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

  • Merlefest Day 4

    Here's a day 4 report on Merlefest 2011 from Georgia Lowrance, delayed by poor connectivity on Sunday. She provided us daily updates, with photos, from her position on the ground in Wilkesboro last weekend. The bulk of the photos

  • Infamous Stringdusters Ski Tour 2011

    The Infamous Stringdusters have begun a lengthy tour of the west coast and upper midwest, scheduled to run though the month of January and much of February as well. They have dubbed this jaunt the Ski Tour, the second time

  • PopMatters Best of Bluegrass 2010

    Once again PopMatters, the webzine of popular culture, has included bluegrass in their lists of the Best Music of 2010. And as you might expect from a more mainstream publication, their picks are heavy on the edgier, contemporary side of

  • Bluegrass Grammy news

    The nominees for the 53rd Grammy Awards were announced last night, with a number of bluegrass artists prominent on the list, even outside the bluegrass category. Dierks Bentley received a Best Country Album nomination for his Up On The Ridge CD,

  • Photos from the Festy Experience

    Milo Farineau took in the debut Festy Experience, the recently-concluded three day music event headlined by The Infamous Stringdusters adjacentent to the Devils Backbone Brewing Company in Nelson County, Virginia. The entertainment featured a who's who of modern bluegrass and jam

  • IBMA Showcase: The Infamous Stringdusters

    This post is a contribution from Mike Reed, one of our 2010 IBMA correspondents. Photos for this post come from Roy Swann. The Infamous Stringdusters (Chris Pandolfi - banjo, Andy Hall - dobro, Andy Falco - guitar, Jeremy Garrett - fiddle,

  • New Infamous Stringdusters road video

    Chris Pandolfi, resident videographer and banjo picker with The Infamous Stringdusters, has created another of his 'Dusters on the road videos, combining footage from a number of recent tours. In this one, he focuses on the fellows enjoying the great outdoors,

  • That’s a lot of Dusters on a boat

    So sayeth Chris Pandolfi in another of his "day in the life" videos of The Infamous Stringdusters on the road. This time our heroes are in Seattle to perform at the Tractor Music Club - but first a bit of wake