• Punch Brothers live video for Bedstock

    What would you call an online music festival where popular artists and entertainers are asked to make a video of themselves performing in bed? Why Bedstock, of course! The idea is to request donations to make music available for children and teens who

  • The State of American Acoustic Music

    My fellow Americans: the state of acoustic music in our country is strong. Earlier last week in our Nation’s capital many were sitting down for principle. By week’s end, throngs were standing up in repeated ovation for American Acoustic music, recognizing

  • Red Wing Roots 2015

    When standing beneath the monumental Natural Chimneys (120 foot limestone pillars and the only remaining evidence that this part of the world was once completely undersea) in Mount Solon, Virginia, it’s hard to imagine a more beautiful location for a

  • Punch Brothers sing into a can

    When Punch Brothers played The Ryman Auditorium on February 27, they also spent a few minutes backstage with Martin Fisher of The Center For Popular Music, and recorded Rye Whiskey on an Edison-style wax cylinder for their archives. This video includes

  • Punch Brothers live on Conan

    Punch Brothers took new music from their just-released album, The Phosphorescent Blues, to late night TV, appearing yesterday on Conan. They performed a tongue-in-cheek song of seduction, Magnet, with fiddler Gabe Witcher operating some sort of mechanized percussion.

  • My Oh My from Punch Brothers

    Punch Brothers have released a third single in advance of the January 27 debut of their latest Nonesuch album, The Phosphorescent Blues. This new track is My Oh My, and like the previous singles Julep and I Blew It Off,

  • Julep from Punch Brothers

    Punch Brothers have released another song from their upcoming album on video. As they did for I Blew It Off last month, Julep is presented as a static video.   The new record, The Phosphorescent Blues, is due January 27 from Nonesuch.

  • Haas, Kowert, Tice – You Got This

    Special project bands have become a substantial part of the contemporary music scene, in a sort of self-perpetuating cycle. As the members of more top groups look for performance vehicles outside of their regular band formats, other members of those

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