Here’s A Bluegrass Tame Impala Cover From Chris Thile’s Punch Brothers

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Punch-BrothersBefore Chris Thile became the host of the radio variety show A Prairie Home Companion — which has since changed its name to Live From Here after cutting ties with creator and original host Garrison Keillor — he was mostly known as the virtuosic mandolin player at the helm of the Punch Brothers. More »

Sufjan Stevens Performs On Live From Here — Listen

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Sufjan Stevens performed on the most recent episode of the Chris Thile-hosted variety radio show Live From Here (formerly titled, “A Prairie Home Companion”). He played “Heirloom” from 2010’s All Delighted People, “Visions of Gideon” and “Mystery of Love” from Call Me By Your Name, and his one-off single “Tonya Harding,” … More »

Chris Thile’s Live From Here Announces Shows With Sufjan Stevens, Father John Misty, Neko Case, Stephen Malkmus, & More

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Chris Thile is taking Live From Here, the radio show formerly known as A Prairie Home Companion, on the road. The second half of the broadcast season will resume with a live broadcast from the State Theatre in Minneapolis on 4/7, followed by trips to New York, Nashville, Atlanta, and more. More »

Watch Sufjan Stevens & St. Vincent Perform At The 2018 Oscars

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Say what you will about the bloated pomp of the Oscars, but if they get Sufjan Stevens to perform with St. Vincent, Moses Sumney, and Chris Thile on a national telecast, then they’re doing something right. There’s some precedent for this kind of indie underdog story at the Oscars, of course, with Elliott Smith’s “Miss … More »

Sufjan Stevens Will Perform With St. Vincent & Moses Sumney At The Oscars

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Sufjan Stevens will perform his Best Original Song-nominated “Mystery Of Love” during the Oscars this weekend, and it looks like he’s planning something special. He’ll be joined on stage by St. Vincent and Moses Sumney, alongside musicians Chris Thile, Casey Foubert, and James McAlister. For a guy who wasn’t even sure if he’dMore »