Infamous Stringdusters

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Last year I wrote a preview for a festival I had never attended. This year I write a demand for anyone who considers themselves fans of bluegrass. Go to Grey Fox!For 37 years, this festival has been doing it right. It’s the total package.

Today, Grammy-nominated The Infamous Stringdusters announce their 2013 American Rivers Tour, an epic summer music adventure stopping through, and winding down, some of America’s wildest and most beloved rivers and surrounding communities. Check out the announcement video here.

Get on the Bus! Pickin’ on the Poudre is the quintessential Mishawaka BOOMshakalaka! Awkward as that may seem to describe the Fort Collins bluegrass quartet Head for the Hills composed of Adam Kinghorn (Guitar), Michael Chappell (Mandolin), Joe Lessard (Fiddle), and Matt Loewen (Bass), it’s appropriate. For nine years, H4TH has blown away Cache la Poudre patrons with their acrobatic backwoods antics.

The Great South Bay Music Festival is the largest three day, “American Themed” music, art & cultural family event on Long Island. Featuring over 50 musical artists on 4 stages, and presenting top name, as well as local emerging artists in contemporary & classic rock, jazz, jam-band, country, folk, zydeco, funk and all types of American music.The Great South Bay Music Festival is committed to excellence in “Fun Education”!

Infamous Stringdusters | WOW Hall | 5/10/2013 - Set 2
Infamous Stringdusters | WOW Hall | 5/10/2013 - Set 1
Welcome! The Grateful Web will be providing a live video webcast for The Infamous Stringdusters show at the WOW Hall, in Eugene OR, Friday 5/10/13, 9pm PDT.

Come back to this page around 9pm PDT, on 5/10/2013. Opening act, Big E starts at 9pm, and the webcast will come online at some point during that set. You can open the player to full screen once it starts!

Jam Cruise 12 revealed its 2014 artist lineup last night on SiriusXM’s Jam_ON. Watch the Jam Cruise 12 announcement video illustrated by resident artist David “LEBO” Le Batard.

It’s not rare to walk into Macky Auditorium and feel overwhelmed by its elegance, but walking in to School of Rock playing ‘Black Magic Woman’ in all its sultry splendor on April 6th for the Nomad Theater’s benefit show added a whole new element of allure. These kids could rock it, and seeing such young folk on the stage of an old-time auditorium was a pleasing contrast to the senses.