The Infamous Stringdusters are an incredible bluegrass/acoustic band and come through the Asheville area quite often. Their new single, “Road To Boulder” features Bruce Hornsby and serves to raise money for this Summer’s devastating floods in Colorado.
The Infamous Stringdusters will embark on a winter tour starting in the midwest, leading them to Boulder, Colorado and back east while raising the profile of the devastating floods that took place in Colorado in September. Additionally, the band will release their first new single in nearly two years on November 19, aptly named “Road To Boulder.” Written by the band’s Andy Hall while he was contemplating a move from Nashville, Hall landed in Lyons, Colorado, one of the most deeply affected towns of the September floods, which left an estimated $1 billion in damages in the state.
“Road To Boulder” will be released on the new EP, Road To Boulder, and features Bruce Hornsby on accordion. The EP also includes three live tracks recorded at Bluegrass Underground, showcasing the bands incredible, live energy. Proceeds from Road To Boulder EP sales, as well as a portion of every ticket sold on the tour, go to the Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation for flood relief.