Andy Falco, GRAMMY Award-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and one fifth of the Infamous Stringdusters, is pleased to release The Will of the Way, his first full-length solo album since 2007. The album is available exclusively on Americana Vibes.
"The album stems from a number of songs that I've had for a while, but much of it was written during what I refer to as 'the great pause' of 2020," shared Falco.
Travis Book, founding member of the GRAMMY award-winning band The Infamous Stringdusters has announced a set of final tapings for the pilot season of The Travis Book Happy Hour, a musical variety show, at The Grey Eagle in Asheville. Spanning four dates during July and August, Book’s musical contemporaries will join him for an evening of collaboration and conversation presented in front of a live studio audience and broadcast online.
For the first time in its 49-year history, the celebrated RockyGrass bluegrass festival will offer a dynamic livestream. Produced by award-winning NOCOAST TV, the high-definition stream, which features 8 cameras and stereo audio will be available July 23rd to 25th, 2021.
Travis Book, songwriter and bass player for Grammy Award-winning bluegrass quintet the Infamous Stringdusters, is pleased to roll out the first full season of The Travis Book Happy Hour Podcast, powered by Americana Vibes. This podcast is a collection of interviews that were recorded live over the course of summer 2020 while the music industry at large came to a pause due to Covid-19.
Andy Falco, GRAMMY Award-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and one fifth of the Infamous Stringdusters, has announced "The Edge," the follow-up single to "Stones Unturned" of his forthcoming solo record, The Will of the Way, his first solo album since 2007. The album is due out on July 16 exclusively on Americana Vibes.
Borderland Festival Announced Lineup Feat. Jason Isbell, Infamous Stringdusters & Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
Borderland Festival is returning to Knox Farm State Park, September 18th-19th for 2 days of music, food, beer, crafts and more. The festival was cancelled in 2020 and is looking forward to it’s grand return to celebrate summer, community and of course music. Borderland will host more than 20 bands on three stages with a diverse mix of national and regional, rock, country, Americana and roots artists.