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    Watch: "Live From Here with Chris Thile" Launches #LiveFromHome Digital Performance Space

    Live from Here, the public radio show hosted by Chris Thile, has launched #LiveFromHome, a digital space for people to continue to make and experience art while social distancing due to COVID-19 keeps us apart physically. To kick things off, Chris Thile covered Wilco's "Radio Cure," from the band's Nonesuch debut album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, performing it from his brother and sister-in-law's closet, then invited artist friends to record and share their own. Rachael Price, of Lake Street Dive and Rachael & Vilray, did just that, performing Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" from home with her husband Taylor Ashton. You can watch both below. And if you’re making your own art while stuck inside, Live From Here encourages you to share it using the hashtag #LivefromHome.

    Because of tour cancellations and venue closures, many performers' income streams have become unstable. We encourage you to support the artists you love by buying their music and merch, and other means of direct financial support. You can donate to Live From Here at livefromhere.org.

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Watch: "Live From Here with Chris Thile" Launches #LiveFromHome Digital Performance Space

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Live from Here, the public radio show hosted by Chris Thile, has launched #LiveFromHome, a digital space for people to continue to make and experience art while social distancing due to COVID-19 keeps us apart physically. To kick things off, Chris Thile covered Wilco's "Radio Cure" from his brother and sister-in-law's closet, and invited artist friends to record and share their own. Rachael Price, of Lake Street Dive and Rachael & Vilray, did just that, performing Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" from home with her husband Taylor Ashton. You can watch both here.

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Live from Here, the public radio show hosted by Chris Thile, has launched #LiveFromHome, a digital space for people to continue to make and experience art while social distancing due to COVID-19 keeps us apart physically. To kick things off, Chris Thile covered Wilco's "Radio Cure," from the band's Nonesuch debut album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, performing it from his brother and sister-in-law's closet, then invited artist friends to record and share their own. Rachael Price, of Lake Street Dive and Rachael & Vilray, did just that, performing Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" from home with her husband Taylor Ashton. You can watch both below. And if you’re making your own art while stuck inside, Live From Here encourages you to share it using the hashtag #LivefromHome.

Because of tour cancellations and venue closures, many performers' income streams have become unstable. We encourage you to support the artists you love by buying their music and merch, and other means of direct financial support. You can donate to Live From Here at livefromhere.org.

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Chris Thile, Rachael Price, Taylor Ashton: #LiveFromHome, March 2020

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