The Infamous Stringdusters w/ Dead Horses || Apr. 23rd || Waiting Room Lounge || Omaha

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Rad Kadillac Productions is extremely pleased to present...

The Infamous Stringdusters

w/ Dead Horses

Thursday, April 23rd

The Waiting Room Lounge

Omaha, NE

Doors: 8pm

Show: 9pm

All Ages (under 18 must have notarized permission slip on file at the venue)

Tickets: $15 advance | $18 day of show

On sale Friday, 1/23 via http://radkadillac.com/, http://etix.com/ and locally at all ETIX outlets.

When The Infamous Stringdusters first emerged eight years ago, the band was immediately branded fast-picking Nashville wunderkinds, a new-generation super group built to revive the high lonesome sound. Then came immediate accolades-IBMA awards, a chart-topping self-titled album for Sugar Hill Records and a Grammy nomination for "Best Country Instrumental" (for "Magic No. 9″ from the 2010 album Things That Fly). Incendiary chops, complete with undeniable instrumental virtuosity and heartfelt harmonies, immediately positioned the band to be longstanding bluegrass torchbearers.

But for the five members of The Stringdusters-Andy Hall (Dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle) and Travis Book (upright bass)-reverence for traditionalism has always been only part of the equation. The group has always remained intent on fostering something bigger, more original. It's this desire-and the combined efforts of uniquely creative minds-that has brought the quintet to its current place as multi-dimensional string explorers, mixing tight song craft from a variety of musical styles with a flare for improvisation. Armed with an exhilarating, often-unpredictable live show, the open-minded approach has certainly resonated and allowed the band to easily fit on a diverse set of stages-from Telluride and Grey Fox to Bonnaroo and High Sierra-building crowds along the way that fill some of the country's best rock clubs.


The Waiting Room

402- 884-5353

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