That’s awesome, because the band — which features mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile (Nickel Creek, Goat Rodeo Sessions, etc.) and other guys who are probably about as talented but aren’t as famous as Chris Thile — is just absolutely terrific. It’s not there yet, but presumably info and tickets will be up on the Tower’s site soon.
Unfamiliar with the Punch Brothers? Well, you can find them on YouTube covering Radiohead, the White Stripes and D’Angelo (among others), or playing old folk songs like “Rye Whiskey,” but hey, what the heck, here they are doing a sparkling version of Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3. Because they can.
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