13 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings
14 Ratings
samkirpatrick

This IS Fresh

Dear jepjoker,
I have never written a review or commented on Amazon, but I just had to reply to you when I saw your comment. PLEASE do your research before posting negative comments like this. It would be one thing if you were just being hateful, going around giving artists 1 star (because you must know it affects their average rating), but you actually don't know what you're talking about. This is NOT THE JOHN MAYER SONG. So, no you did not hear it 8 years ago. Next time you project your negativy on an artist, please do your research first.

PamCraven

Excellence. Again

It seems as if these guys are incapable of making anything other than fantastic music. Just such a pleasure to listen to, perfect for helping one to forget and tune out all the bad news of today's world.

jrwhale

Dusters FTW!

Over the years, the stringdusters have perfected a brand of modern bluegrass that is true to their deep tradition roots and that also manages to stay interesting to all types of different fans. They are really at their best live and this album is as close to that as it gets in a mastered studio record. These songs stay conversational and fresh and perfectly capture the sound of the acoustic instruments and voices. Great instrumental work from all, great tunes, and warm harmonies from the entire group make this album one you should definitely check out.

About The Infamous Stringdusters

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, followed by Things That Fly in 2010. After a few personnel shifts, the band settled on a lineup of Andy Hall (Dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle), and Travis Book (upright bass). A live album, We'll Do It Live, which featured concert performances by the band from shows done in Virginia and New York in the spring of 2011, appeared in the fall of that same year from the band's own imprint, High Country Recordings. A fourth studio album, Silver Sky, also from High Country, arrived early in 2012, with a deluxe edition that added an extra CD of live tracks released later that same year. A fifth studio album, Let It Go, again from the band's own label, was released early in 2014. The Stringdusters struck a deal with Compass Records for their 2016 album, Ladies & Gentlemen, in which they collaborated with an impressive roster of female vocalists, including Joan Osborne, Lee Ann Womack, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Joss Stone, and Claire Lynch. The group quickly returned to the studio, and had another album, Laws of Gravity, ready for release in January 2017. ~ Margaret Reges & Steve Leggett

ORIGIN
Nashville, TN
GENRE
Country
FORMED
2006

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