Watch: Chris Thile and Billy Strings Perform on 'CBS Saturday Morning'

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Chris Thile returned to CBS Saturday Morning to perform for the first time with guitarist Billy Strings in a Saturday Sessions set of three songs: "Wild Bill Jones," "I Am a Pilgrim," and "I've Been All Around This World." You can watch all three performances here.

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Chris Thile returned to CBS Saturday Morning to perform for the first time with guitarist Billy Strings in a Saturday Sessions set of three songs: "Wild Bill Jones," "I Am a Pilgrim," and "I've Been All Around This World." You can watch all three performances here:

After filming the Saturday Sessions set on Wednesday, the duo performed live at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall on Thursday, part of the 65th Street Session series Thile has curated for the New York Philharmonic as its its 2022–23 Creative Partner. The series has included concerts with his band Punch Brothers, his one-time duo partner Brad Mehldau, and more.

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Chris Thile & Billy Strings: 'CBS Saturday Morning,' February 2024
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    Watch: Chris Thile and Billy Strings Perform on 'CBS Saturday Morning'
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    Chris Thile returned to CBS Saturday Morning to perform for the first time with guitarist Billy Strings in a Saturday Sessions set of three songs: "Wild Bill Jones," "I Am a Pilgrim," and "I've Been All Around This World." You can watch all three performances here:

    After filming the Saturday Sessions set on Wednesday, the duo performed live at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall on Thursday, part of the 65th Street Session series Thile has curated for the New York Philharmonic as its its 2022–23 Creative Partner. The series has included concerts with his band Punch Brothers, his one-time duo partner Brad Mehldau, and more.

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