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The Infamous Stringdusters added April 2020 tour dates.
- The Infamous Stringdusters & Yonder Mountain String Band Cover Grateful Dead & Rolling Stones In Seattle
The Infamous Stringdusters & Yonder Mountain String Band teamed up on the Grateful Dead’s “Mister Charlie” and The Rolling Stones’ “No Expectations” to end their Saturday night show at The Showbox in Seattle.
The Infamous Stringdusters will hit the road in Colorado for five nights in March.
The Infamous Stringdusters brought out singer-songwriter and guitarist Cris Jacobs for the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic “Fortunate Son” during their New Year’s Eve show in Richmond, Virginia.
The Blue Ox Music Festival 2020 lineup includes Gov’t Mule, Sam Bush, The Infamous Stringdusters, Yonder Mountain String Band and more.
Greensky Bluegrass closed out the 2019 Strings & Sol destination event in Puerto Morelos, Mexico on Sunday night by welcoming members of the other acts on the lineup to perform the traditional “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.”
Little Feat began an event featuring what might turn out to be their final shows with help from The Midnight Ramble Band, Scott Sharrard and Conor Kennedy.
Wilco & Trampled By Turtles are teaming up for three concerts this September.
Trey Anastasio acknowledged his return to the site of an all-time great Phish show when he teased “Tweezer” and talked about the first “Tweezerfest” at The Bomb Factory in Dallas on Sunday as part of a show that also included a cover that hadn’t been played in nearly five years.
JamBase’s Scott Bernstein caught Goose in concert for the first time on Saturday during their sold-out debut at Brooklyn’s Music Hall Of Williamsburg, where the band fit a debut cover of a Moody Blues classic into the action.
Widespread Panic fit rarities into their penultimate concert of Panic En La Playa 2020 in Mexico on Sunday night.