After performing in Durango and in a sold-out show at Santa Fe’s Meow Wolf, The Infamous Stringdusters are on their merry way to Frisco, Aspen, and Steamboat Springs here in snowy Colorado. A show tonight (Thursday) in Telluride was canceled due to weather.
In May, the Grammy-winning band will be back in Colorado, performing at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison.
If you haven’t taken advantage of the opportunity to watch these guys yet, you’re really missing out.
The Nashville-based folk band, who won a 2018 Grammy for their “Laws of Gravity” bluegrass album, has been selling out many of their shows on their tour, and for good reason.
This fire-breathing five-piece combo’s relentless determination to dust damn near every town in the country helped them hone their live show into one of the most reliably “hot” tickets on the thriving jam-band circuit. “Every set is a high-flying adventure,” wrote Chris Naugle for Grateful Web when the band visited Eugene, Ore. in January.
“They have a freewheeling spirit and tons of fun on that stage that the crowd always taps into,” wrote Joshua Huver for The Bay Bridged about their performance in San Francisco.
Basically, if you have the capability to fight the snow and show up at one of their upcoming shows left in Colorado, you should.