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    Watch: Three Punch Brothers Perform "My Oh My" on "Live From Here" with Jon Batiste
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    Chris Thile brought his public radio show Live From Here back to The Town Hall in New York City on Saturday for the penultimate episode of its month-long residency there. He was joined by musical guests St. Vincent (with Thomas Bartlett on piano), Jon Batiste, and Nickel Creek band mate Sara Watkins, as well as two fellow Punch Brothers sitting in with the band: Chris Eldridge on guitar and Noam Pikelny on banjo. Batiste joined Thile, Eldridge, and Pikelny for an extended post-broadcast performance of the song "My Oh My," from Punch Brothers' 2015 album, The Phosphorescent Blues, which you can watch below.

    You can listen to the complete episode, including Thile and Watkins's performance of Randy Newman's "God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)"; Watkins and Brittany Haas's duo fiddle performance Watkins's song "Jefferson," from her 2009 self-titled Nonesuch debut album; lots of Christmas carols; and more at livefromhere.org.

    Live From Here closes out 2018 with one more performance at The Town Hall this coming Saturday, featuring musical guests Rosanne Cash, The Knights, and Gaby Moreno, who can be heard on Thile's 2017 album of Songs of the Week from the show, Thanks for Listening. The show returns to the radio in the New Year with guest Ry Cooder, live from Kansas City.

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Watch: Three Punch Brothers Perform "My Oh My" on "Live From Here" with Jon Batiste

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Chris Thile was joined by fellow Punch Brothers Chris Eldridge and Noam Pikelny as they sat in with the band on his radio show Live From Here at The Town Hall in NYC on Saturday. For a post-broadcast encore, they performed "My Oh My," from Punch Brothers' album The Phosphorescent Blues, with guest Jon Batiste. You can watch it here. Also on the show were St. Vincent (with Thomas Bartlett on piano) and Sara Watkins. 

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Chris Thile brought his public radio show Live From Here back to The Town Hall in New York City on Saturday for the penultimate episode of its month-long residency there. He was joined by musical guests St. Vincent (with Thomas Bartlett on piano), Jon Batiste, and Nickel Creek band mate Sara Watkins, as well as two fellow Punch Brothers sitting in with the band: Chris Eldridge on guitar and Noam Pikelny on banjo. Batiste joined Thile, Eldridge, and Pikelny for an extended post-broadcast performance of the song "My Oh My," from Punch Brothers' 2015 album, The Phosphorescent Blues, which you can watch below.

You can listen to the complete episode, including Thile and Watkins's performance of Randy Newman's "God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)"; Watkins and Brittany Haas's duo fiddle performance Watkins's song "Jefferson," from her 2009 self-titled Nonesuch debut album; lots of Christmas carols; and more at livefromhere.org.

Live From Here closes out 2018 with one more performance at The Town Hall this coming Saturday, featuring musical guests Rosanne Cash, The Knights, and Gaby Moreno, who can be heard on Thile's 2017 album of Songs of the Week from the show, Thanks for Listening. The show returns to the radio in the New Year with guest Ry Cooder, live from Kansas City.

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Chris Thile, Noam Pikelny, Chris Eldridge, Jon Batiste: "Live From Here," December 15, 2018

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