Weekly Live Stash Vol. XXI, July 29, 2022


Every Friday at 5 pm ET, nugs.net founder Brad Serling hosts “The Weekly Live Stash” on nugs.net radio, SiriusXM channel 716. Tune in to hear his selections of the best new live music, and check out this week’s playlist below featuring soundboard recordings from Widespread Panic’s five-night residency at The Beacon, Goose at Newport Folk Festival, Billy Strings, Phish, Eggy, and more.

  1. Heroes
    Widespread Panic
    7/21/22 New York, NY
  2. Turned Clouds
    Goose
    7/22/22 Newport, RI
  3. Red Daisy
    Billy Strings
    7/24/22 Louisville, KY
  4. It’s A Bunch
    Spafford
    7/23/22 Garretsville, OH
  5. Free
    The Infamous Stringdusters
    7/22/22 Trumansburg, NY
  6. One Stop Shop
    Eggy
    7/14/22 Thornville, OH
  7. Leaves
    Phish
    7/26/22 Wantagh, NY
  8. Arrow
    Goose
    7/22/22 Newport, RI
  9. Heroes
    Widespread Panic
    7/25/22 New York, NY

The Infamous Stringdusters Wake The Dead in San Francisco

By nugs.net Staff Member and fan, Arya Jha
Photos by Kory Thibeault. Check out more of his work at @korythibeaultphot

On Friday, January 24th, The Infamous Stringdusters returned to the legendary Fillmore, bringing a high energy performance to a nearly sold-out crowd in San Francisco. The Grammy Award-winning bluegrass quintet started off the show with a “Shakedown Street” tease, igniting the audience into a roar. Moving quickly into fan-favorite “Carry Me Away” they continued on into “Wake The Dead” which ended in heavy jamming and a battle between the dobro player, Andy Hall, and fiddliest Jeremy Garrett. Set one continued on with ISD classics like “Let Me Know” and “Steam Powered Aeroplane” alongside Shakedown teases which continued on throughout the entire show. “Gravity” brought the audience to a standstill with a soul moving performance and an epic dobro solo. The set ended with the psychedelic, playful yet dark, “Echoes of Goodbye” leaving the audience wanting more.

Set two brought the heat with a “Midnight Moonlight” opener, yet another nod to the legendary Fillmore, which came to little surprise after they mentioned the venue as one of their favorite places to play in the country. Set Two highlights included “Rise Sun”, the title track off the Dusters latest album, and a 13-minute jam of “No More To Leave You Behind”. They kept the audience engaged with covers of the Band’s “Cripple Creek”, Phish’s “2001″, and finally a full rendition of the Grateful Dead’s “Shakedown Street”. Listening closely to the end of set one you’ll even find a “Dark Star” tease! The show continued on with a two-song encore, resting their instrument down after “Sunny Side Of The Mountain” which played well past the venue’s curfew.

Check out this show, and the rest of The Infamous Stringdusters’ live catalog on nugs.net.