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    Punch Brothers Launch Fall Tour with Paul Simon
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    Punch Brothers kick off their fall tour supporting legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon across the United States South and Midwest. The nearly three-week tour opens at the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans tonight and runs through November 23 at the EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall in Akron, Ohio. While on the road with Simon, Punch Brothers will play a solo show at the High Noon Saloon in Madison, Wisconsin, a week from Saturday. See below for all the scheduled tour dates. For more information, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    Chris Thile spoke with the Austin Chronicle about tomorrow night's concert in Cedar Park, Texas, and about the new album the band has been working on, the follow-up to its 2010 Nonesuch release, Antifogmatic. Read the article at austinchronicle.com.

    As announced earlier this week, Thile will join guitarist Michael Daves—with whom he released their debut duo album, Sleep with One Eye Open, on Nonesuch earlier this year—for a performance at The Allen Room in New York City on January 12 as part of Lincoln Center's American Songbook series. Tickets are on sale to Friends of Lincoln Center now and go on sale to the general public on November 14.

    Also recently announced, Punch Brothers will join label mates Carolina Chocolate Drops for a double bill at the 2012 Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, Scotland, in January. While in the UK, Punch Brothers will be performing in London, headlining at Bush Hall on January 18. The band has several European dates that week supporting Amos Lee, with shows in Amsterdam and Paris, and a return to London to play O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on January 21.

    Back in the States in January, Punch Brothers will join the incomparable Loudon Wainwright III for two shows. Later next year, the band has also been tapped to perform at the 2012 MerleFest, which takes place in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, April 26–29, and the Adelaide International Guitar Festival in August.

    To pick up a copy of the Punch Brothers' latest Nonesuch release, Antifogmatic, and Chris Thile and Michael Daves' Sleep with One Eye Open, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album at checkout.

    PUNCH BROTHERS ON TOUR

    Nov 4 UNO Lakefront Arena* New Orleans, LA
    Nov 5 Cedar Park Center* Cedar Park, TX
    Nov 6 Civic Center Music Hall* Oklahoma City, OK
    Nov 8 The Midland by AMC* Kansas City, MO
    Nov 9 Qwest Center* Omaha, NE
    Nov 11 Riverside Theatre* Milwaukee, WI
    Nov 12 High Noon Saloon Madison, WI
    Nov 15 Fox Theatre* St. Louis, MO
    Nov 16 i wireless Center* Moline, IL
    Nov 18 Fox Theatre* Detroit, MI
    Nov 19 Veteran's Memorial Auditorium* Columbus, OH
    Nov 20 Indiana University Auditorium* Bloomington, IN
    Nov 22 Bank of Kentucky Center* Highland Heights, KY
    Nov 23 EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall* Akron, OH

    Jan 16&17 Paradiso** Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
    Jan 18 Bush Hall London, UK
    Jan 19 La Cigale** Paris, FRANCE
    Jan 20 O2 ABC 1† Glasgow, SCOTLAND
    Jan 21 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire** London, UK

    Jan 27 Manship Theatre†† Baton Rouge, LA
    Jan 28 Alys Stephens Center†† Birmingham, AL
    Feb 18 Brooklyn Arts Center Wilmington, NC
    Feb 19 Jefferson Center Roanoke, VA
    Apr 26 MerleFest Wilkesboro, NC
    Aug 10 Festival Theatre Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

    * w/ Paul Simon
    ** w/ Amos Lee
    † Celtic Connections double bill w/ Carolina Chocolate Drops
    †† w/ Loudon Wainwright III

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Punch Brothers Launch Fall Tour with Paul Simon

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Punch Brothers kick off their fall tour supporting legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon across the US South and Midwest. The nearly three-week tour opens at the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans tonight and runs through November 23 at the EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall in Akron, Ohio. While on the road with Simon, Punch Brothers will play a solo show at the High Noon Saloon in Madison, Wisconsin, a week from Saturday.

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Punch Brothers kick off their fall tour supporting legendary singer-songwriter Paul Simon across the United States South and Midwest. The nearly three-week tour opens at the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans tonight and runs through November 23 at the EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall in Akron, Ohio. While on the road with Simon, Punch Brothers will play a solo show at the High Noon Saloon in Madison, Wisconsin, a week from Saturday. See below for all the scheduled tour dates. For more information, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Chris Thile spoke with the Austin Chronicle about tomorrow night's concert in Cedar Park, Texas, and about the new album the band has been working on, the follow-up to its 2010 Nonesuch release, Antifogmatic. Read the article at austinchronicle.com.

As announced earlier this week, Thile will join guitarist Michael Daves—with whom he released their debut duo album, Sleep with One Eye Open, on Nonesuch earlier this year—for a performance at The Allen Room in New York City on January 12 as part of Lincoln Center's American Songbook series. Tickets are on sale to Friends of Lincoln Center now and go on sale to the general public on November 14.

Also recently announced, Punch Brothers will join label mates Carolina Chocolate Drops for a double bill at the 2012 Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, Scotland, in January. While in the UK, Punch Brothers will be performing in London, headlining at Bush Hall on January 18. The band has several European dates that week supporting Amos Lee, with shows in Amsterdam and Paris, and a return to London to play O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on January 21.

Back in the States in January, Punch Brothers will join the incomparable Loudon Wainwright III for two shows. Later next year, the band has also been tapped to perform at the 2012 MerleFest, which takes place in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, April 26–29, and the Adelaide International Guitar Festival in August.

To pick up a copy of the Punch Brothers' latest Nonesuch release, Antifogmatic, and Chris Thile and Michael Daves' Sleep with One Eye Open, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album at checkout.

PUNCH BROTHERS ON TOUR

Nov 4 UNO Lakefront Arena* New Orleans, LA
Nov 5 Cedar Park Center* Cedar Park, TX
Nov 6 Civic Center Music Hall* Oklahoma City, OK
Nov 8 The Midland by AMC* Kansas City, MO
Nov 9 Qwest Center* Omaha, NE
Nov 11 Riverside Theatre* Milwaukee, WI
Nov 12 High Noon Saloon Madison, WI
Nov 15 Fox Theatre* St. Louis, MO
Nov 16 i wireless Center* Moline, IL
Nov 18 Fox Theatre* Detroit, MI
Nov 19 Veteran's Memorial Auditorium* Columbus, OH
Nov 20 Indiana University Auditorium* Bloomington, IN
Nov 22 Bank of Kentucky Center* Highland Heights, KY
Nov 23 EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall* Akron, OH

Jan 16&17 Paradiso** Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Jan 18 Bush Hall London, UK
Jan 19 La Cigale** Paris, FRANCE
Jan 20 O2 ABC 1† Glasgow, SCOTLAND
Jan 21 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire** London, UK

Jan 27 Manship Theatre†† Baton Rouge, LA
Jan 28 Alys Stephens Center†† Birmingham, AL
Feb 18 Brooklyn Arts Center Wilmington, NC
Feb 19 Jefferson Center Roanoke, VA
Apr 26 MerleFest Wilkesboro, NC
Aug 10 Festival Theatre Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

* w/ Paul Simon
** w/ Amos Lee
† Celtic Connections double bill w/ Carolina Chocolate Drops
†† w/ Loudon Wainwright III

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