NPR Folk Alley
“Now on its sixth studio album, Let It Go, the group has just returned with more great progressive acoustic music.” Read more.
“On their fifth studio album, Let It Go, they’ve teased out memorable melodies that serve as springboards for their wild, live jams.” Read more.
“The resulting music is expectedly earthy and organic but the lovely multi-part harmonies, the high quality of the songwriting and arrangements that reflect moods shifting from frisky or introspective depending on the lyrics, keep the tunes from falling explicitly into a country, folk, gospel, pop or bluegrass genre. Rather most borrow from all of these, creating an Americana gumbo with plenty of spice.” Read more.
New York Music Daily
“What makes the Stringdusters different from so many of their newgrass brethren is that a lot of their songs, especially on this album, are basically blue-sky rock anthems with acoustic instrumentation. This band doesn’t just recycle a ton of oldtime folk and bluegrass licks: they have their own distinctive style.” Read more.
Live Show Reviews
The New York Times
“What sounds casual and good-timey – handoffs from player to player, solos that turn into intertwined duets – is intricately plotted and arranged, attentive to the textures of each voice and string.” Read more.
“It feels like the Dusters have hit a new peak: fans who know the songs, get into the jams and find unimpeachable evidence that the Stringdusters are one of the best string-influenced bands in the country right now.” Read more.
“The Stringdusters possess enough musical talent for two or three typical bands. Each member is a triple threat: virtuoso player, strong singer, and polished songwriter.” Read more.
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Let It Go (studio release 4/1/2014)
YouTube link- Let It Go (Official Music Video)
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