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The Infamous Stringdusters - 3/17/2017: Park West; Chicago, Ill  
Posted: 5 years ago by Jackafunk Photography
The Infamous Stringdusters - 3/17/2017: Park West; Chicago, Ill
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The Infamous Stringdusters joined Chicago on this St. Patrick’s day of 2017 and made the day merrier than it already was with their bluegrass tunes, while people sported their St. Patrick’s Day Hats, beads, stickers and colors of green. They played songs of old and new, with a fantastic light show to back them up, while toasting to their fans in Chicago with shots of Jameson, the classic Irish whiskey. At the closing of the night, Infamous Stringdusters even played some great bluegrass Grateful Dead covers like “Jack Straw” and then during the encore with opening band The Way Down Wanderers they played “Going Down the Road Feeling Bad”. In all it was a very satisfying of bluegrass, jigging and friends and I can’t wait to see them again.