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Published: 2012/03/07

The Infamous Stringdusters Announce New Album, Tour Dates

The Infamous Stringdusters will release a new studio album, Silver Sky, on March 13 via the band’s own High Country Recordings label. The album takes a new direction with the help of hip-hop producer Billy Hume (Nas, David Banner, Ludacris) and also marks the group’s move to a five-piece band following the departure of founding mandolin player, Jesse Cobb.

“Working with Billy has been simply amazing,” says guitarist Andy Falco.”‘Human Being’ (his Stringduster nickname) has been able to bring out yet another dimension to The Infamous Stringdusters’ music in the studio with his endless creative ideas, outside the box thinking and powerful mixes.”

The Stringdusters will headline an album release tour in March and April, and will make a slew of festival appearances throughout the spring.

The Infamous Stringdusters Silver Sky Album Release Tour

Mar 13 Burlington, VT—Higher Ground Ballroom
Mar 14 Portland, ME—Empire Dine & Dance
Mar 15 Boston, MA—Paradise Rock Club
Mar 16 New York, NY—The Bowery Ballroom
Mar 17 Washington, DC—9:30 Club
Mar 20 Carrboro, NC—Cat’s Cradle
Mar 21 Wilmington, NC—The Soapbox
Mar 22 Charlotte, NC—Visulite Theatre
Mar 23 Athens, GA—Georgia Theater
Mar 24 Live Oak, FL—Suwannee Springfest
Mar 25 Live Oak, FL—Suwannee Springfest
Apr 12 Lawrence, KS—Liberty Hall (Supporting Leftover Salmon)
Apr 13 Denver, CO—The Bluebird Theater
Apr 14 Fort Collins, CO—The Aggie Theatre
Apr 15 Boulder, CO—eTown @ The Boulder Theater
Apr 17 San Deigo, CA—Winstons
Apr 18 Hermosa Beach, CA—Saint Rocke
Apr 19 Santa Cruz, CA—Moe’s Alley
Apr 20 San Francisco, CA—The Independent
Apr 21 Portland, OR—Wonder Ballroom
Apr 22 Seattle, WA—The Tractor Tavern
Apr 25 Fargo, ND—The Aquarium
Apr 26 Minneapolis, MN—The Cabooze
Apr 27 Madison, WI—High Noon Saloon
Apr 28 Chicago, IL—The Double Door
Apr 29 Nashville, TN—3rd & Lindlsey

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