The Infamous Stringdusters are the latest band to appear on the popular Jam In The Van performance series. The progressive bluegrass outfit made their return to the mobile performance space as they continue to promote the new material from their latest studio effort, 2019’s Rise Sun.Related: The Infamous Stringdusters Share Behind-The-Scenes Video Of Recent Recording SessionTheir recent performance on Jam In The Van marks their first time on the web series since 2016 when they were then joined by guest vocalists Aoife O’Donovan and Nicki Bluhm, with whom they’d been on tour. This time around, they were on their own to play a trio of new originals which appeared on Rise Sun. As for the performance itself, the recording actually took place on site during last year’s Huck Finn Jubilee, just as fellow artists Yonder Mountain String Band and the Kitchen Dwellers had done in their own respective JITV episodes recently.For their return to the series, the band began their performance with a rendition of “Long Time Going” with banjo player Chris Pandolfi leading the way on vocals.The Infamous Stringdusters – “Long Time Going” – Jam In The Van[Video: Jam In The Van]For the next song, the band started the lively performance of “Rise Sun” with some group hand rhythm before tearing into the title track from their new studio album. This time, it was bassist Travis Book‘s turn to lead the way on vocals, and he didn’t disappoint as he belted out the lyrics while Chris Pandolfi furiously plucked away on that banjo of his.The Infamous Stringdusters – “Rise Sun” – Jam In The Van[Video: Jam In The Van]The third song that the band played during their return trip to The Van was the new folk ballad, “Truth and Love”, with guitarist Andy Falco stepping up to lead the charge on vocals before the rest of the band joined during the impressive, harmony-filled chorus.The Infamous Stringdusters – “Truth and Love” – Jam In The Van[Video: Jam In The Van]Rise Sun acted as the band’s first release on their newly-launched record label, Tape Time Records. The business move is the latest in a series of successful career projects which have taken the band to Grammy-winning status within the bluegrass community.The band spent much of the winter and early spring on tour alongside Midnight North, Shook Twins, and John Craigie. Late next month the band will head to Colorado for a show at Red Rocks Amphitheater in support to Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band on May 29th. Fans can head to the band’s website for tickets and info for all of their upcoming performance.