**Note**:Yesterday, I asked my readers to pray for Little William Eschenbach and his safe return. Sadly, the End to that Story was NOT a good one. after 20+ Hours looking for him they found him . So I ask, Today we Pray for the Eschenbach Family , their Community , The Volunteers/S&R teams , Spartanburg Sheriffs Office and Sheriff Chuck Wright. It was a sad Ending and all parties involved need Prayer.
Art Walk Spartanburg returns on Thursday, March 19 from 5 to 9 p.m. Posters and maps are available at all the art venues, and the trolley will be circulating between the exhibitions.
Art Walk Spartanburg returns every third Thursday of the month with all venues open to the public.
Tomorrow Night @ The Showroom
The Infamous Stringdusters
Friday, March 20
Advance tickets are available now for just $10 or $12 at the door, check the ticket section of Hub-Bub.com to get yours now.
The Infamous Stringdusters represent the cream of the crop of young bluegrass musicians.
With Andy Hall on Resonator Guitar
Travis Book on bass
Chris Pandolfi on banjo
Jesse Cobb on mandolin
Jeremy Garrett on fiddle
and Andy Falco on guitar
The band pulls together skill and experience well beyond their years. They boast a combined resume that includes collaborations with artists like Dolly Parton, Leftover Salmon, Earl Scruggs, Bering Strait, Ronnie Bowman and Levon Helm.
Their Sugar Hill debut, Fork In The Road, was one of the most highly acclaimed bluegrass releases of 2007. It has been praised by fans of traditional bluegrass and newgrass alike, proving that the young Nashville-based band offers something for everyone.
The disc features a diverse selection from the Stringdusters' vast repertoire, with hard driving original instrumentals like "40 West" along with more contemporary arrangements like "Tragic Life"... The band has performed at some of the country's biggest acoustic music festivals (including Telluride Bluegrass, Merlefest, Grey Fox, and many more) as well as large concert halls, intimate clubs, and everything in between.