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    Watch: Iron and Wine Performs on "Conan"

    Iron and Wine—which made its Nonesuch debut with last month's release of Ghost on Ghost, the fifth release from singer-songwriter Sam Beam under that pen name—was the musical guest on Conan last night on TBS. Beam and his band performed the Ghost on Ghost track "Low Light Buddy of Mine." They also gave a web-exclusive performance of two other album tracks, "Caught in the Briars / Sundown." Watch the performances below. The evening's other guests were Edie Falco and Marc Maron.

    Iron and Wine kicks off an eight-city tour of the United States with a set at the Bottle Rock Napa Valley festival in Napa, California, this Saturday, followed by a run of shows along the East Coast with special guests The Secret Sisters making stops in Pittsburgh, New York City, Philadelphia, Richmond, Boston, Portland, and Port Chester, New York. For additional details and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    To pick up a copy of Ghost on Ghost, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album available at checkout.

    "Low Light Buddy of Mine"

    "Caught in the Briars / Sundown"

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Watch: Iron and Wine Performs on "Conan"

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Iron and Wine was the musical guest on Conan last night. Singer-songwriter Sam Beam and his band performed "Low Light Buddy of Mine" off their Nonesuch Records debut album, Ghost on Ghost. They also gave a web-exclusive performance of two other album tracks, "Caught in the Briars / Sundown." Watch the performances here. Iron and Wine kicks off an eight-city US tour at the Bottle Rock Napa Valley festival in Napa, California, this Saturday, followed by a run of shows along the East Coast with special guests The Secret Sisters.

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Iron and Wine—which made its Nonesuch debut with last month's release of Ghost on Ghost, the fifth release from singer-songwriter Sam Beam under that pen name—was the musical guest on Conan last night on TBS. Beam and his band performed the Ghost on Ghost track "Low Light Buddy of Mine." They also gave a web-exclusive performance of two other album tracks, "Caught in the Briars / Sundown." Watch the performances below. The evening's other guests were Edie Falco and Marc Maron.

Iron and Wine kicks off an eight-city tour of the United States with a set at the Bottle Rock Napa Valley festival in Napa, California, this Saturday, followed by a run of shows along the East Coast with special guests The Secret Sisters making stops in Pittsburgh, New York City, Philadelphia, Richmond, Boston, Portland, and Port Chester, New York. For additional details and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Ghost on Ghost, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album available at checkout.

"Low Light Buddy of Mine"

"Caught in the Briars / Sundown"

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Iron and Wine: "Conan," May 7, 2013

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