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Punch Brothers were on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to perform Jimmie Rodgers’ “Any Old Time,” from their new album, Hell on Church Street, a reimagining of, and homage to, the late bluegrass great Tony Rice’s landmark solo album Church Street Blues. You can watch the performance here. Punch Brothers perform at Telluride Bluegrass Festival, ROMP Fest, Ottawa Jazz Festival, and Blue Ox Music Festival in June and are then joined by Watchhouse and Sarah Jarosz for the American Acoustic tour across the US.

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Punch Brothers were on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to perform Jimmie Rodgers’ “Any Old Time,” from their new album, Hell on Church Street, a reimagining of, and homage to, the late bluegrass great Tony Rice’s landmark solo album Church Street Blues. You can watch the performance here:

Hell on Church Street, released on Nonesuch in January, features an inspired collection of songs by Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Bill Monroe, and others. You can hear the album here.

Punch Brothers return to Telluride Bluegrass Festival next month, followed by sets at ROMP Fest, Ottawa Jazz Festival, and Blue Ox Music Festival. The band is then joined by Watchhouse and Sarah Jarosz for the return of their American Acoustic tour across the United States. For details and tickets, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Punch Brothers: 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,' May 2022
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    Watch: Punch Brothers Perform on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'
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    Punch Brothers were on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to perform Jimmie Rodgers’ “Any Old Time,” from their new album, Hell on Church Street, a reimagining of, and homage to, the late bluegrass great Tony Rice’s landmark solo album Church Street Blues. You can watch the performance here:

    Hell on Church Street, released on Nonesuch in January, features an inspired collection of songs by Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Bill Monroe, and others. You can hear the album here.

    Punch Brothers return to Telluride Bluegrass Festival next month, followed by sets at ROMP Fest, Ottawa Jazz Festival, and Blue Ox Music Festival. The band is then joined by Watchhouse and Sarah Jarosz for the return of their American Acoustic tour across the United States. For details and tickets, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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