In the 1970s, bands in all genres of music were challenging stereotypes and breaking new ground with experimentation, even in the world of bluegrass. Today, progressive bluegrass is flourishing with bands like Punch Brothers, Crooked Still and this group, The Infamous Stringdusters. SON talked with Andy Hall, who plays dobro with the band.
Andy Hall, dobro player from the Stringdusters
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