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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/hardly-strictly-bluegrass-featuring-several-nonesuch-artists-eclectic-vital-rolling-stone-2010-10-05
    October 05, 2010|0 comments

    San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was teeming with hundreds of thousands of music fans this past weekend for the 10th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival. Among the artists contributing to what Rolling Stone called an "eclectic and vital" event were T Bone Burnett, Punch Brothers, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Randy Newman, and Emmylou Harris. You can see several photos from their performances at nonesuch.com/media.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/nonesuch-artists-head-to-san-franciscos-hardly-strictly-bluegrass-2010-09-30
    September 30, 2010|0 comments

    San Francisco's Golden Gate Park hosts the 10th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival this weekend, and several Nonesuch artists will be there performing: T Bone Burnett and Punch Brothers kick things off on Friday; Carolina Chocolate Drops are up next with a Saturday afternoon set on the Banjo Stage; and Randy Newman and Emmylou Harris close things out on Sunday. The San Francisco Chronicle calls Harris, who has performed every year, "the silver-haired poster girl for San Francisco's favorite annual live music event."

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/punch-brothers-to-join-t-bone-burnett-the-speaking-clock-revue-benefit-concerts-2010-09-14
    September 14, 2010|1 comments

    T Bone Burnett will premiere The Speaking Clock Revue, a multi-artist concert event, in Boston and New York this October. Punch Brothers will perform, as will Elton John & Leon Russell, John Mellencamp, Elvis Costello, Gregg Allman, Ralph Stanley, Jeff Bridges, Karen Elson, The Secret Sisters, Neko Case, and Jim James. The events will benefit The Participant Foundation, supporting music and arts education programming in public schools.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/san-francisco-hardly-strictly-bluegrass-festival-to-feature-several-nonesuch-artists-2010-08-11
    August 11, 2010|0 comments

    Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, the free outdoor music festival held in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year with a stellar line-up of performers that includes a number of Nonesuch artists—Carolina Chocolate Drops, Randy Newman, Emmylou Harris, and T Bone Burnett—along with several artists familiar to fans of Nonesuch. The festival will be held October 1–3.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/chris-thile-edgar-meyer-t-bone-burnett-participate-in-2008-americana-music-fest
    September 17, 2008|0 comments

    Chris Thile, Edgar Meyer, and T Bone Burnett are among the participants at the ninth-annual Americana Music Festival & Conference, getting under way today in Nashville. A highlight of the four-day affair is tomorrow night's Americana Honors & Awards ceremony at Ryman Auditorium, at which Thile, nominated for Instrumentalist of the Year, is scheduled to appear with Edgar Meyer, his partner on a debut duo album and DVD due out on Nonesuch next week. Burnett will participate in the keynote event of the festival's closing day, Saturday.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/chris-thile-nominated-for-2008-americana-award-instrumentalist-of-the-year
    June 12, 2008|0 comments

    Congratulations to Punch Brothers' Chris Thile has been nominated for a 2008 Americana Award by the Americana Music Association. Chris joins an esteemed group of nominees in the Instrumentalist of the Year category, which also includes Sam Bush, Gurf Morlix, and Buddy Miller, who appears on Emmylou Harris's new album, All I Intended to Be.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/listen-to-t-bone-burnett-discuss-new-album-on-wnycs-soundcheck

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    June 10, 2008|0 comments

    T Bone Burnett joins Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, and the Raising Sands band tonight at Madison Square Garden for the first of two nights at the famed New York City venue. He stopped by the WNYC studios yesterday to talk with Soundcheck host John Schaefer about his latest release, Tooth of Crime, and his fight for high-fidelity sound quality. You can listen online anytime at wnyc.org.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/t-bone-burnett-discusses-new-album-today-on-wnycs-soundcheck
    June 09, 2008|0 comments

    T Bone Burnett and the Raising Sand tour with Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have made their way to New York City for two shows at Madison Square Garden. While in New York, T Bone stops by WNYC's Soundcheck to discuss Tooth of Crime, his recent Nonesuch release, and his efforts to improve sound quality in the digital age.

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/boston-phoenix-t-bone-burnetts-new-album-takes-listeners-on-a-sonic-adventure
    May 27, 2008|0 comments

    T Bone Burnett's recently released Tooth of Crime earns 3.5 out of 4 stars in the Boston Phoenix, which calls the album "a sonic adventure thanks to Burnett's current signatures: booming drum kits sans cymbals, knotty guitars, lyrics sung through amplifiers, and an open, airy quality that's the antithesis of modern rock production."

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  • http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/rocky-mountain-news-t-bone-burnetts-new-work-among-his-best
    May 26, 2008|0 comments

    "It's a rich time for Burnett fans," says the Rocky Mountain News, "with new music and new projects among the best work he's done." In its review of T Bone Burnett's Nonesuch debut, Tooth of Crime, it gives the album an A-, calling it "a strong set of songs. Burnett has been at the forefront of reimagining the recording process in the age of digitized sound. He recently made mention of it in an interview with Bob Boilen on NPR's All Songs Considered. As he explains it to Rolling Stone: "We've been fighting the limitations of digital audio since it first came out ... [I]t's just got to the point where the Dude could not abide."

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