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    Watch: Rachael Price, Gabriel Kahane Perform on "Live From Here with Chris Thile"
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    Lake Street Dive's own Rachael Price was the guest vocalist on public radio's Live From Here last weekend, broadcast from Powell Hall in St. Louis. She joined host Chris Thile and the band, which included Punch Brothers' Chris Eldridge on guitar and label mate Gabriel Kahane on piano, on several songs, including "Lullaby of Broadway," in tribute to Doris Day, and Tom Waits's "Take It With Me." Kahane also performed "October 1, 1939 / Port of Hamburg," from his album Book of Travelers, backed by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. You can watch all three performances below and listen to the complete episode, which also features guests Anaïs Mitchell and Ian Edwards, at livefromhere.org.

    Rachael Price joins her Lake Street Dive band mates for a months-long North American tour with music from their latest album, Free Yourself Up, starting at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Flordia next Wednesday, June 5. Chris Thile takes Live From Here to the Filene Center at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia, this Saturday, with guests Guster, Adia Victoria, Matt Braunger, and Madison Cunningham, and joins his fellow Punch Brothers to perform songs from their Grammy-winning album All Ashore at Telluride Bluegrass on June 23. That same night, Gabriel Kahane performs songs from Book of Travelers at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. For details and tickets on all of these dates and more, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Lake Street Dive's own Rachael Price was on public radio's Live From Here from St. Louis. She joined host Chris Thile and the band, which included Gabriel Kahane and Punch Brothers' Chris Eldridge, on several songs, including "Lullaby of Broadway," in tribute to Doris Day, and Tom Waits's "Take It With Me." Kahane also performed his song "October 1, 1939 / Port of Hamburg" with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. You can watch all three here.

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Lake Street Dive's own Rachael Price was the guest vocalist on public radio's Live From Here last weekend, broadcast from Powell Hall in St. Louis. She joined host Chris Thile and the band, which included Punch Brothers' Chris Eldridge on guitar and label mate Gabriel Kahane on piano, on several songs, including "Lullaby of Broadway," in tribute to Doris Day, and Tom Waits's "Take It With Me." Kahane also performed "October 1, 1939 / Port of Hamburg," from his album Book of Travelers, backed by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. You can watch all three performances below and listen to the complete episode, which also features guests Anaïs Mitchell and Ian Edwards, at livefromhere.org.

Rachael Price joins her Lake Street Dive band mates for a months-long North American tour with music from their latest album, Free Yourself Up, starting at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall in Flordia next Wednesday, June 5. Chris Thile takes Live From Here to the Filene Center at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia, this Saturday, with guests Guster, Adia Victoria, Matt Braunger, and Madison Cunningham, and joins his fellow Punch Brothers to perform songs from their Grammy-winning album All Ashore at Telluride Bluegrass on June 23. That same night, Gabriel Kahane performs songs from Book of Travelers at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. For details and tickets on all of these dates and more, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Rachael Price: "Live From Here," May 25, 2019

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