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    Chris Thile had a few familiar faces—and voices—join him as guests on his public radio show Live From Here broadcast from The Wiltern in Los Angeles over the weekend. Sara Watkins shared vocal duties throughout the show; Thile's fellow Punch Brothers Gabe Witcher and Chris Eldridge were in the house band; and Nickel Creek—Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins—reunited to perform three songs: "21st of May," from the band's 2014 Nonesuch album, A Dotted Line; the earlier instrumental "Scotch and Chocolate"; and, as part of the show's birthday salute, Sam Phillips's "Where Is Love Now?," which Nickel Creek also performed on A Dotted Line. You can watch all three performances below and listen to the complete episode, with guests Andrew Bird, Jenny Lewis, and Sarah Silverman, at livefromhere.org

    To pick up a copy of A Dotted Line, head to iTunes, Amazon, or the Nonesuch Store; and you can listen on Spotify and Apple Music.

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Chris Thile had a few familiar faces—and voices—join him as guests on Live From Here broadcast from Los Angeles last weekend. Nickel Creek—Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins—reunited to perform "21st of May" and Sam Phillips's "Where Is Love Now?" from their album A Dotted Line, plus the instrumental "Scotch and Chocolate." You can watch all three performances here.

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Chris Thile had a few familiar faces—and voices—join him as guests on his public radio show Live From Here broadcast from The Wiltern in Los Angeles over the weekend. Sara Watkins shared vocal duties throughout the show; Thile's fellow Punch Brothers Gabe Witcher and Chris Eldridge were in the house band; and Nickel Creek—Thile, Sara Watkins, and Sean Watkins—reunited to perform three songs: "21st of May," from the band's 2014 Nonesuch album, A Dotted Line; the earlier instrumental "Scotch and Chocolate"; and, as part of the show's birthday salute, Sam Phillips's "Where Is Love Now?," which Nickel Creek also performed on A Dotted Line. You can watch all three performances below and listen to the complete episode, with guests Andrew Bird, Jenny Lewis, and Sarah Silverman, at livefromhere.org

To pick up a copy of A Dotted Line, head to iTunes, Amazon, or the Nonesuch Store; and you can listen on Spotify and Apple Music.

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Nickel Creek: "Live From Here," February 2, 2019

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