They are great man, easily one of my favorites!BassBeer said:If you haven't already, I urge you to check out The Infamous Stringdusters! These boys are seriously raising the bar every night they play. It's rooted in bluegrass but with a progressive/jam element and some out-of-this-world improvisation. By far the tightest bluegrass outfit on the scene IMO.
You won't be disappointed!
Hot buttered rum is one of the first I heard about when I started looking for new bluegrass groups. So good!atimmerman88 said:Another big bump for yonder mountain string band and especially my favorite:
The String Cheese Incident
Cornmeal is an up and comer on the jamgrass scene too, oh and can't forget about Hot Buttered Rum too
That's be awesome! I use spotty at work quite a bit, especially when my iPod diescdubbaya said:They are great man, easily one of my favorites!
Hot buttered rum is one of the first I heard about when I started looking for new bluegrass groups. So good!
I've got a pretty big Spotify playlist going if anyone uses that for music. I'll post the link in a bit when I get back to my computer. I'm always adding to it, but its around 1200 songs now.
I just pasted your link into Spotify and it worked just fine.I guess the iPad app does allow me to copy the link. Here it is, like I said I'm always adding to it. Let me know if I'm missing any good groups or some songs by bands I already have.
Nothing negative there, I was thinking the same.arturo7 said:Hate to be negative on such a cool thread, but these guys should tune their instruments before they hit the record button.
Caught this guys at the Station Inn in Nashville last month. The fiddle player is a student at Julliard!
I was there that night!!!squatch said:That is a great little place. I saw Town Mountain at the Station Inn on January 11. It was so relaxed, low-key, and awesome. That's how I like to listen to live music.