Photo by Jay Strausser
The Infamous Stringdusters have set a pair of weekend runs for this coming April. The band will head down to B-Chord Brewing in Round Hill, Va. for a three-night stand on Apr. 16-18. They wlil then head to Harmony, N.C. on April 23 and 24 for shows at VanHoy Farms.
The shows in Harmony will feature supporting artists in addition to sets from the Dusters. On Apr. 23, they will be joined by Sierra Hull and Justin Moses. The next night, The Travelin’ McCourys will be the supporting act.
“We’ve had a year of communication with each other and our management and what we’re comfortable with, an what we think is responsible in regards to shows,” said dobro player and vocalist Andy Hall. “That is one of the strange parts of the pandemic: planning anything has been so hard. So, having something solid to look forward to is fantastic. You realize as a musician how much the live, in-person connection with fans is motivating. We’ve been missing that!”
“We’ve been at this quite awhile, and I think in some ways we were ready for some home time,” Hall continued. “We all have people in our lives we wanted to spend more time with, and this pandemic did have a silver lining as far as family time goes. All of the Dusters have been really active making music at home during the last year. Both writing and recording. Guys releasing solo records and our band releasing a variety of projects. For us, it’s like breathing. It’s what we do!”
Tickets for the Virginia shows go on sale on Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. ET; N.C. tickets go on sale Feb. 26 at 10 a.m. ET. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.