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    Chris Thile on NPR's Live Concert Series

    In the October 26 All Songs Considered podcast (featuring The New Pornographers in concert), Bob Boilen announced the next show in NPR's Live Concert Series: bluegrass masters Nickel Creek—Sean Watkins, Sara Watkins, and Chris Thile—live from their farewell tour, November 2, at the 9:30 Club in Washington. Boilen calls Thile, whose band Punch Brothers recently signed to Nonesuch, "one of the most amazing mandolin players I've ever heard."

    Catch the Nickel Creek concert live on npr.org, November 2, starting at 8:30 PM EST, and on the All Songs Considered podcast coming soon.

    The debut Punch Brothers record is due out next year.

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Chris Thile on NPR's Live Concert Series

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All Songs Considered has announced the next show in NPR's Live Concert Series: bluegrass masters Nickel Creek—Sean Watkins, Sara Watkins, and Chris Thile—live from their farewell tour, November 2, at the 9:30 Club in Washington. Boilen calls Thile, whose band Punch Brothers recently signed to Nonesuch, "one of the most amazing mandolin players I've ever heard."

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In the October 26 All Songs Considered podcast (featuring The New Pornographers in concert), Bob Boilen announced the next show in NPR's Live Concert Series: bluegrass masters Nickel Creek—Sean Watkins, Sara Watkins, and Chris Thile—live from their farewell tour, November 2, at the 9:30 Club in Washington. Boilen calls Thile, whose band Punch Brothers recently signed to Nonesuch, "one of the most amazing mandolin players I've ever heard."

Catch the Nickel Creek concert live on npr.org, November 2, starting at 8:30 PM EST, and on the All Songs Considered podcast coming soon.

The debut Punch Brothers record is due out next year.

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