Infamous Stringdusters Announce 2022 Towards Fray Tour


In the wake of the announcement of the new record (Toward the Fray, released February 18) made last month by the Grammy and IBMA winners The infamous Stringdusters, the group is pleased to also announce a Visit from January to April of the same name. Truly Coast to Coast, the band will debut Jan. 20 in Albany, NY with good friends Greensky Bluegrass, touring most of the East Coast and parts of the Midwest and Southeast. Dustbowl Revival will go up in late March to make several stops in California, concluding the 4-month tour in Seattle, Washington on April 9. Presales are on sale today on key dates. General sale begins Thursday, November 4 at 10:00 a.m. PT. Please visit for more information and to purchase tickets.

To the fray, the band’s first original music release since Rise Sun in 2019, will be released on February 18, 2022 on Americana Vibes via Regime Music Group. Fans can now listen to the first single, “Toward The Fray” on the right here and pre-order or pre-register digitally To the fray now to this connect. The Dusters have also designed a plethora of new products to celebrate both the tour and the release of To the fray– including but not limited to a Stringdusters North Face Jacket, limited edition colorful vinyl, and adorable To the fray Teddy bear. Pre-order all of this and more at Infamous Stringdusters online shop.

I want to ring the new year with them ? The Stringdusters will return to the National in Richmond, Va., For a 3-night New Years Eve party. The group will be joined by special guests, Sam Bush on December 30 and Keller Williams on January 1, while the December 31st show is presented as an “Evening With…” in 3 sets. Tickets are currently on sale via

Learn more about the infamous Stringdusters: The Infamous Stringdusters is a progressive acoustic / bluegrass group, which was formed in 2006, consisting of members Andy Hall (dobro), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Andy Falco (guitar), Jeremy Garrett (violin) and Travis Book ( low). The Dusters won three IBMA awards in October 2007 for Emerging Artist of the Year, Album of the Year (for Fork in the road) and Song of the Year for the title track of the album. The group was also nominated at the IBMA in 2017 for the artist of the year. In 2011, “Magic n ° 9” (from The things that fly) was nominated for Best Country Instrumental Performance at the 2011 Grammys, while in 2018 the group won the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album for Laws of gravity.

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