The Infamous Stringdusters at The Vogue


Next Thursday, February 8th, The Vogue is bringing some good old folk and bluegrass to Indy with the help of The Infamous Stringdusters. Joining them at The Vogue will be the Wisconsin based bluegrass band Horseshoes and Hand Grenades.

The Infamous Stringdusters

The Infamous Stringdusters are a bluegrass band that was founded in 2006. The band’s website states that, “Over the past couple of years, they released 2015’s Undercover, a covers EP, followed by 2016’s Ladies & Gentlemen, an album featuring multiple female guest vocalists.” Their most recent album, “Laws of Gravity”, which came out in 2017, won the 60th Annual Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album.

The Infamous Stringdusters are Ravis Book (bass), Andy Falco (guitar), Jeremy Garrett (fiddle), Andy Hall (dobro), and Chris Pandolfi (banjo). To find out more about The Infamous Stringdusters, you can visit their website. You can also find The Infamous Stringdusters on Facebook.

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades is a bluegrass group of five Wisconsinites that formed in 2010. The band released its first album “Another Round” in 2012, and later their second album, “This Old Town” in 2013. 2015 saw two releases from Horseshoes and Hand Grenades. One, their album “Middle Western”, and the other a live Audiotree recording.

The band website’s bio page states that “While strongly rooted in bluegrass, old-time, and folk music, the band produces a sound that draws on the vaults of music collectively and individually enjoyed throughout the course of their lives thus far”. So if you’re expecting straight up bluegrass, you might be surprised by Horseshoes and Hand Grenades’ unique take.

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades consists of Adam Greuel (vocals, guitar), Davey Lynch (vocals, harmonica), Sam Odin (bass), Russell Pedersen (vocals, banjo), and Collin Mettelka (vocals, fiddle). You can find Horseshoes and Hand Grenades on their website and Facebook page.


The show at The Vogue starts at 8:00 pm next Thursday, February 8th. Doors open at 7:00, and tickets range from eighteen to twenty dollars.


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