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    Watch: Chris Thile Performs Punch Brothers' "This Is the Song (Good Luck)" with "Live From Here" Band
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    Chris Thile performed "This Is the Song (Good Luck)"—a song he and his fellow Punch Brothers wrote and recorded for their 2010 Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic—with the band of his public radio show Live From Here for its special #LiveFromHome broadcast on April 11.

    The band members—Thile on mandolin and vocals, fellow Punch Brother Chris Eldridge on guitar and vocals, Madison Cunningham on vocals, Mike Elizondo on bass, Jeremy Kittel on violin and vocals, and Brett Williams on keyboard—perform from their respective homes and are brought together in the video below. Also below are Thile's solo performance of the song from March and, for good measure, Punch Brothers' own performance of the piece during a residency at New York's The Living Room ahead of release of Antifogmatic in 2010.

    You can listen to the complete April 11 Live From Here episode, which also features Rachael Price and Taylor Ashton's #LiveFromHome performance of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and very special birthday solutes to Stephen Sondheim, Bach, and others, at livefromhere.org.

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Watch: Chris Thile Performs Punch Brothers' "This Is the Song (Good Luck)" with "Live From Here" Band

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Chris Thile performed "This Is the Song (Good Luck)"—from Punch Brothers' 2010 album, Antifogmatic—with the band of his public radio show Live From Here, each in their respective homes, for a special #LiveFromHome broadcast on April 11. You can watch it here, as well as Thile's solo performance, and Punch Brothers' own 2010 performance of the song.

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Chris Thile performed "This Is the Song (Good Luck)"—a song he and his fellow Punch Brothers wrote and recorded for their 2010 Nonesuch album, Antifogmatic—with the band of his public radio show Live From Here for its special #LiveFromHome broadcast on April 11.

The band members—Thile on mandolin and vocals, fellow Punch Brother Chris Eldridge on guitar and vocals, Madison Cunningham on vocals, Mike Elizondo on bass, Jeremy Kittel on violin and vocals, and Brett Williams on keyboard—perform from their respective homes and are brought together in the video below. Also below are Thile's solo performance of the song from March and, for good measure, Punch Brothers' own performance of the piece during a residency at New York's The Living Room ahead of release of Antifogmatic in 2010.

You can listen to the complete April 11 Live From Here episode, which also features Rachael Price and Taylor Ashton's #LiveFromHome performance of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and very special birthday solutes to Stephen Sondheim, Bach, and others, at livefromhere.org.

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"This Is the Song (Good Luck)": Live From Here, April 2020

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