Infamous Stringdusters

I like to refer to Andy Hall as the silver fox of the Infamous Stringdusters. His wisdom shines through with that full head of wisdom whites and as he said, COVID-19 cannot take away music. That's some wisdom right there. October 16th 2020 he will release his new solo album, 12 Bluegrass Classics for Resophonic Guitar.

Andy Hall, dobro and vocalist for the GRAMMY-award winning bluegrass band the Infamous Stringdusters, has released the first single of his forthcoming solo record, 12 Bluegrass Classics for Resophonic Guitar.

The song, “Leather Britches,” is the opening track for the album, set to be released on October 16, 2020 on Tape Time Records via Regime Music Group.

Andy Hall, dobro and vocalist for the GRAMMY-award winning bluegrass band the Infamous Stringdusters, is announcing his new solo record, 12 Bluegrass Classics for Resophonic Guitar. The album is to be released on October 16, 2020 on Tape Time Records via Regime Music Group.

The Infamous Stringdusters last week announced a fresh batch of livestream shows, taking place at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO on October 2-4, 2020. In solidarity with the hard hit independents have taken due to the impact of COVID-19 on the industry, the band is very pleased to announce a direct partnership with 60 venues and promoters in part of the aforementioned livestream event.

The Infamous Stringdusters are back! The band is so excited to announce a 3-night residency at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO, October 2-4, 2020. Viewers can expect fully immersive sets each night of the livestream event, with production at the same level of all Stringdusters shows. Friday and Saturday will each begin at 8:00 PM MST, followed by a special 1:00 PM MST matinee on Sunday. In order to view the matinee on Sunday, you must purchase a Friday and Saturday Combo ticket, as well as at least one evening of VIP.

Join us on the high plains under the stars for a socially distant evening with The Infamous Stringdusters LIVE from The Chinook Drive-In at Terry Bison Ranch. You must be 18 years or older to attend.

June 19, 2020: In light of our nation’s current events, a supergroup composed of some of Denver’s best bluegrass pickers has been formed to back a newly announced fund created by the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Foundation, whose vision is to support diversity and inclusion as essential to the well-being and continued growth of bluegrass music.

The Infamous Stringdusters released a cover of G. Love’s 1994 debut single, 'Cold Beverage,' in collaboration with G. Love himself. The song was recorded in Philadelphia back in October 2019 at Rittenhouse Soundworks over the course of a single-day session.

For the first time since the infamous lockdown, the Infamous Stringdusters are proud to be joining together this evening at 6p MT / 8p ET to present "Peace of Mind: Conversations and More." This hour-ish long segment will bring the band together as the 5-piece for open-ended chatter and music on the band's Facebook page.

While the music world turns to live streams and fresh content, Borderland Festival has shared unreleased footage of Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass featuring Oteil Burbridge and the Infamous Stringdusters rehearsing “Eyes of the World” in the historic equestrian stables at Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora, NY, just outside of Buffalo.

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