The Infamous Stringdusters Win Best Bluegrass Album at the GRAMMYS

The Infamous Stringdusters

Compass Records congratulates The Infamous Stringdusters for winning Best Bluegrass Album for LAWS OF GRAVITY at the 60th Annual GRAMMY© Awards. The awards were held last night in New York City by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Watch the band on the GRAMMY© red carpet on

The Infamous Stringdusters--Andy Hall (Dobro), Andy Falco (guitar), Chris Pandolfi (banjo), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle), and Travis Book (upright bass)--recorded LAWS OF GRAVITY in Nashville at Compass Sound Studio and co-produced it with Billy Hume (LudacrisYing Yang Twins). Compass Records co-founder Garry West said the win was very well deserved, "The Infamous Stringdusters are a band with a tireless work ethic and tremendous talent. They are making some of the most forward-thinking and accessible music in the genre. It was our pleasure to partner with them on this release." This is the band's third GRAMMY© nomination and first win. The Infamous Stringdusters will share their win with Rhonda Vincent And The Rage as the Best Bluegrass Album category was a tie. 

The band will be back on the road for an extensive tour starting in Louisville, KY on February 7th. Tour dates below.




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This Ol' Building
Soul Searching
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