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Duster down but not out (video)

March 3, 2011
By PETER CROWLEY, Enterprise Managing Editor

SARANAC LAKE - The Infamous Stringdusters, a young acoustic band with bluegrass instrumentation, performed Tuesday at the Waterhole, a stop on their "Ski Tour" of U.S. ski areas.

Guitarist Andy Falco had to sit on stage with his leg propped up in a brace after a recent accident, but it didn't slow down his playing.

The dozens of people in the audience - most people the Enterprise talked to considered it a good turnout for a Tuesday night - were energetic and generally happy to dance.

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Infamous Stringdusters guitarist Andy Falco, left, has to sit on stage with his leg propped up in a brace after a recent accident, but it doesn’t slow him down a bit on the six-string as the band performs Tuesday night at the Waterhole in Saranac Lake. Onstage with Falco, from left, are Jesse Cobb (mandolin), Travis Book (upright bass), Chris Pandolfi (banjo) and Jeremy Garrett (fiddle).
(Enterprise photo — Peter Crowley)

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