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Infamous Stringdusters call home in new video

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 – The Infamous Stringdusters' new video of The Place That I Call Home premiered today on CMT Edge.

The song is from the band's soon-to-be-released "Silver Sky-Deluxe Edition." The CD is out Oct. 16 on its own High Country label. The CD includes a previously unreleased bonus track, He's Gone, and the bonus live album, "We'll Do It Live."

Hip-hop producer Billy Hume (Ludacris, Nas) produced "Silver Sky," first released in March. The live disc was culled from four 2011 performances.

The Infamous Stringdusters were featured on CMT's "Concrete Country" series on Monday with an interview and performance filmed earlier this year on the streets of Nashville. On Sept. 27, the band's Chris Pandolfi and Jeremy Garrett return to Nashville to the Ryman Auditorium for the 23rd Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards, where they'll present and perform.

The band is on tour into December. Dates are:
Friday, Oct. 5 - Sunday, Oct. 7 The Festy Experience at Devil's Backbone Roseland VA
Tuesday, Oct. 16 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn NY CMJ Showcase and Album Release Party
Wednesday, Oct. 17 Pearl Street Northampton MA
Thursday, Oct. 18 Port City Music Hall Portland ME
Friday, Oct. 19 Higher Ground South Burlington VT
Saturday, Oct. 20 The Haunt Ithaca NY
Tuesday, Oct. 23 Blind Pig Ann Arbor MI
Wednesday, Oct. 24 Bell's Eccentric Cafe - Backroom Kalamazoo MI
Friday, Oct. 26 Majestic Live Madison WI
Saturday, Oct. 27-Sunday, Oct. 28 Hangtown Halloween Ball Placerville CA
Tuesday, Oct. 30 Emerson Theater Bozeman MT
Wednesday, Oct. 31 Top Hat Lounge Missoula MT
Thursday, Nov. 1 OK Theater Enterprise OR
Friday, Nov. 2 The Domino Room Bend OR
Saturday, Nov. 3 Wonder Ballroom Portland OR
Sunday, Nov. 4 Humboldt Brews Arcata CA
Monday, Nov. 5 Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Big Room Chico CA
Thursday, Nov. 8 The State Room Salt Lake City UT
Friday, Nov. 9 Aggie Theatre Fort Collins CO
Saturday, Nov. 10 Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom Denver CO
Tuesday, Nov. 13 The Bottleneck Lawrence KS
Wednesday, Nov. 14 Old Rock House St. Louis MO
Thursday, Nov. 15 The Basement Columbus OH
Friday, Nov. 16 Growler's Roanoke VA
Saturday, Nov. 17 Cat's Cradle Carrboro NC
Wednesday, Dec. 12 - Sunday, December 16 Strings & Sol Festival - Dreams Resort Tulum Tulum, Quintana Roo Mexico

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