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    Punch Brothers Perform Live at MTV
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    Punch Brothers recently visited the MTV studios in New York City to take part in the network's new online series, Live at MTV. The band played songs from their latest Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic, and a cover of The White Stripes song "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground." MTV's Buzzworthy Blog features four videos from the performance, including "You Are," "Alex," "Rye Whiskey," and The White Stripes tune.

    "Now, Punch Brothers have played everywhere from New York's Carnegie Hall to Nashville's Ryman Auditorium," Buzzworthy blogs, "so these guys know how to work a room. And that's just what they did at MTV, high above the Times Square traffic and bustle, performing their mesmeric mix of classical, country, pop, jazz and bluegrass."

    Read more and watch the performances at mtv.com.

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Punch Brothers recently visited the MTV studios in New York to take part in the network's new online series, "Live at MTV." The band played songs from their latest album, Antifogmatic, as well as a cover of the White Stripes song "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground." MTV's Buzzworthy Blog features four videos from the performance, including "You Are," "Alex," "Rye Whiskey," and the White Stripes tune.

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Punch Brothers recently visited the MTV studios in New York City to take part in the network's new online series, Live at MTV. The band played songs from their latest Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic, and a cover of The White Stripes song "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground." MTV's Buzzworthy Blog features four videos from the performance, including "You Are," "Alex," "Rye Whiskey," and The White Stripes tune.

"Now, Punch Brothers have played everywhere from New York's Carnegie Hall to Nashville's Ryman Auditorium," Buzzworthy blogs, "so these guys know how to work a room. And that's just what they did at MTV, high above the Times Square traffic and bustle, performing their mesmeric mix of classical, country, pop, jazz and bluegrass."

Read more and watch the performances at mtv.com.

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