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    Punch Brothers Bring "Elegently Sculpted Work" to Ann Arbor Tonight
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    Looking forward to tonight's Punch Brothers performance at The Ark in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Detroit Free Press columnist Brian McCollum calls the band's Nonesuch debut, Punch, "one of the best records so far this year, an elegantly sculpted work that doesn't let its high-end chops overshadow its heart."

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Punch Brothers Bring "Elegently Sculpted Work" to Ann Arbor Tonight

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Looking forward to tonight's Punch Brothers performance at The Ark in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Detroit Free Press calls the band's Nonesuch debut, Punch, "one of the best records so far this year, an elegantly sculpted work that doesn't let its high-end chops overshadow its heart."

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Looking forward to tonight's Punch Brothers performance at The Ark in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Detroit Free Press columnist Brian McCollum calls the band's Nonesuch debut, Punch, "one of the best records so far this year, an elegantly sculpted work that doesn't let its high-end chops overshadow its heart."

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