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Friday, January 13, 2017 – The Infamous Stringdusters return with "Laws of Gravity," a 13-song set that follows last year's disc with female singers and a tour with NIcki Bluhm. The quintet produced the release with Billy Hume and recorded it in Nashville and Virginia.

Natalie Hemby, better known as a songwriter, particularly for Miranda Lambert and others, is out with her debut, "Puxico," named for the MIssouri town where her grandfather lived. Mike Wrucke produced the nine-song release. Hemby's cuts include "Automatic," "White Liar" and "Only Prettier" by Lambert, "Pontoon" and "Tornado" by Little Big Town, "Drinks After Work" by Toby Keith and "Downtown" for Lady Antebellum.


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CD review - Rise Sun Like many modern bluegrass bands, the Infamous Stringdusters tend to tap tradition, but only as far as it helps navigate their way towards the mainstream. Granted, the basic accoutrements are there - as evidenced in the confluence of fiddles, banjos, resonator guitar, mandolin and high harmonies - but this band, like such storied contemporaries as the Steep Canyon Rangers, Town Mountain, Punch Brothers, the Sam Bush Band and the like, place more of an emphasis on melody than simply on their ...
CD review - Undercover Vol. 2 The Infamous Stringdusters are keeping busy. Their third release of 2017, "Undercover Vol. 2," the second-half follow-up to 2015's "Vol. 1" is a five-track adventure that pays respect to a few of the band's favorite artists. From Marvin Gaye to The Cure, the 'Dusters once again push the limit of bluegrass. Long considered a progressive bluegrass band, The Infamous Stringdusters may have stumbled into something new, alternative bluegrass perhaps. ...
CD review - Laws of Gravity The Infamous Stringdusters have always been difficult to categorize. That's part of their charm. Part traditional bluegrass (leaning on sound bluegrass instrumentation, namely guitar, Dobro, banjo, fiddle and standup bass), part jam band (extended sets of songs in their live shows in which one song triggers another), and wholly original with a signature sound and energy that goes on without cease. In the last year, The Infamous Stringdusters have released an album of duets with female ...


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