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    Nickel Creek Performs on PBS's "Austin City Limits"
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    Nickel Creek helped kick off the second half of the milestone 40th season of Austin City Limits when the band's set aired on PBS stations across the United States this past weekend, on a double bill with The Avett Brothers. You can watch the episode again at video.pbs.org; Nickel Creek's set begins at the 27 minute mark.

    Nickel Creek—Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins—taped its Austin City Limits set in August during the band's 25th anniversary tour, celebrating the release of its Nonesuch Records debut album, A Dotted Line. This was the trio's third appearance on the series. Chris Thile also visited the show with Punch Brothers, and Sara Watkins recently appeared on the show with the Decemberists.

    Punch Brothers' new, the T Bone Burnett–produced album The Phosphorescent Blues, due January 27 on CD and digital and February 24 on vinyl, is available to pre-order in the Nonesuch Store with an instant download of the album tracks "I Blew It Off" and "Julep."

    The Black Keys are set to appear on Austin City Limits on Saturday, January 31.

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Nickel Creek Performs on PBS's "Austin City Limits"

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Nickel Creek helped kick off the second half of the milestone 40th season of Austin City Limits when the band's set aired on PBS this past weekend, on a double bill with The Avett Brothers. You can watch the episode at pbs.org. Nickel Creek—Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins—taped its Austin City Limits set in August during the band's 25th anniversary tour, celebrating the release of its Nonesuch Records debut album, A Dotted Line. This was the trio's third appearance on the series. 

 

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Nickel Creek helped kick off the second half of the milestone 40th season of Austin City Limits when the band's set aired on PBS stations across the United States this past weekend, on a double bill with The Avett Brothers. You can watch the episode again at video.pbs.org; Nickel Creek's set begins at the 27 minute mark.

Nickel Creek—Chris Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins—taped its Austin City Limits set in August during the band's 25th anniversary tour, celebrating the release of its Nonesuch Records debut album, A Dotted Line. This was the trio's third appearance on the series. Chris Thile also visited the show with Punch Brothers, and Sara Watkins recently appeared on the show with the Decemberists.

Punch Brothers' new, the T Bone Burnett–produced album The Phosphorescent Blues, due January 27 on CD and digital and February 24 on vinyl, is available to pre-order in the Nonesuch Store with an instant download of the album tracks "I Blew It Off" and "Julep."

The Black Keys are set to appear on Austin City Limits on Saturday, January 31.

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Nickel Creek: "Austin City Limits," January 3, 2014

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