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I've been a fan of The Stringdusters for a few years now, and I'm always eager to hear whatever they've cooked up, and never miss a live show when they come to my area. With Silver Sky, The Stringdusters once again show off their superior chops. Among other 'similar' bands in their generation such as Yonder Mountain String Band, Trampled by Turtles, and many of the other bands you can find making the yearly festival circuit, I've always found The Infamous Stringdusters are vastly superior when it comes to musicianship, vocal skill, and song writing. Sadly though, I think the departure of mando player Jesse Cobb leaves a major void in The Stringdusters sound, and it shows in Silver Sky. To the newcomer Stringdusters fan, this may not matter, but for someone who has been listening to them for a while, most of the tracks on Silver Sky seem to have a fair amount of empty space that should be filled by the sound of the mandolin. Certainly, the departure of Cobb serves as an opportunity for all the other amazing musicians in the band to take a bigger piece of the musical pie, but texture and background provided by Cobbs mando are irreplaceable. For someone who is a Phish fan, to me it's almost like listening to Phish without Page McConnells baby grand. I'll still remain a fan of the band, and I'm sure their live jams will be just as impressive, but without Cobb (or someone of equal skill to replace him), The Stringdusters have definitely lost a step.


This is certainly one of THE best bands EVER!


This cd is a good one. I think it might could have been better but changing the sound is new and good all at the same time. Buy this cd not just to enjoy and listen to but to support awesome music. Bluegrass rules!!!


Formed: 2006 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2006, and drawing on the talents of then up-and-coming Nashvillians Andy Hall, Chris Eldridge, Chris Pandolfi, Jeremy Garrett, Jesse Cobb, and Travis Book, the Infamous Stringdusters managed to balance a fluency in old-timey bluegrass with indie jamgrass sensibilities. They released their first album, Fork in the Road, on Sugar Hill in early 2007, which resulted in three awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association later that year. An eponymous sophomore effort arrived in 2008,...
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