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Andy Falco, Josh Williams & Chris Eldridge

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About the video

Andy Falco, Josh Williams & Chris Eldridge  perform at the Station Inn in
Nashville, TN.  (Introductions at the end of the video)

About the artists

Andy Falco
Flatpicking guitarist Andy Falco started out playing lead guitar and singing with
the Northeast-based Water Street Blues Band; he stayed with them until 1999.
He worked as lead guitarist and singer with Buddy Merriam & Backroads from
2000 to 2004 while basing himself in New York. In 2004, he moved to Nashville
and became a member of Alecia Nugent's band, appearing on her album A Little
Girl...a Big Four-Lane; he also performed with the Greencards. In 2007, he
became a member of the Infamous Stringdusters. He has also worked with artists
including Malibu Storm, the Dixie Bee-Liners, Vanessa Carlton, David Amram,
Levon Helm, Vanessa-Mae, Jimmy Vivino, and Carl Jackson, and appeared on
such albums as Highway of Dreams by Bradley Walker, Darren Nicholson by
Darren Nicholson, Garrett Grass-Gospel 2005 by Jeremy and Glen Garrett, and
Celebration of Life: Musicians Against Childhood Cancer. In the fall of 2007,
FGM Records released his debut solo album, Sentenced to Life with the Blues. ~
William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide

Josh Williams
Josh Williams is a unique and extremely versatile and talented young man.  He is
considered by many to be the most formidable young male vocalist in the
Bluegrass/Acoustic music business.  He is known to some as one of the finest
young guitar players to come along in a long time, having served as the guitar
player for the top ranked “Rhonda Vincent & The Rage” in their grueling 300
days per year touring schedule from December 2003 through September 2007.  
He is also known by some as the excellent mandolin/fiddle player formerly with
“The Special Consensus”.  There are many of us who still think of him as the
hard driving banjo player for the group he fronted during his High School years,
“Josh Williams & High Gear”.  The fact is Josh Williams is all of these.  He is a
super talented multi-instrumentalist, a superb lead and harmony singer, and a
truly gifted songwriter.  He has been writing and performing Bluegrass music for
well over half his life.

Chris Eldridge
Although initially drawn to the electric guitar, by his mid-teens Chris Eldridge had
developed a deep love for bluegrass, thanks in part to his father, a banjo layer
and founding member of the seminal group The Seldom Scene.  Eldridge later
gained in-depth exposure to a variety of different musical styles while studying at
Oberline Conservatory in Ohio, where he earned a degree in Music Performance
in 2004.  During his tyime at Oberlin, Eldridge sutdies with legendary bluegrass
guitarist Tony Rice.  Having performed with many luminaries in th eacoustic
music world including Bill Keith, Emory Lester and numerous others, Eldridge
currently performs with the Infamous Stringdusters, The Seldom Scene and
Punch Brothers..