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Chris Thile

This week: our final (finally) rebroadcast before our new season starts on October 7!

A rebroadcast from December 2016  from The Town Hall in New York City, New York. Marcus Mumford sings "I Was Young When I Left Home" and "I Will," Corinne Bailey Rae performs "Hey, I Won't Break Your Heart" and "Put Your Records On," and Trevor Noah talks with Chris Thile about succeeding in succeeding.

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This week: we rebroadcast a show from November 2016 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver, Colorado. Trey Anastasio plays "Brian and Robert" and "Water in the Sky," The Staves sing "Sadness Don't Own Me" and "Hopeless," and Tig Notaro discusses what it's like to be a comedian.

This week: a look back to our October 2. 2016 broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats perform "Wasting Time" and "Out on the Weekend," Anais Mitchell sings "Why We Build the Wall" and "Clyde Waters," and John Hodgman shared a few thoughts on beards and septic systems.

This week:  from the famed Fitzgerald Theater, in sunny Saint Paul, Minnesota a rebroadcast of the season finale with  host Chris Thile and guests The Avett Brothers, Jesca Hoop, and comedian Jen Kirkman.

April 15, 2017 

This week: a rebroadcast of our January 21 show in Pasadena, California with Ryan Adams, Kacey Musgraves, Justin Hurwitz, and Kevin Nealon. 

Join us on the radio, Saturday at 6pm .

April 8, 2017 

A rebroadcast from our early-December visit to The Town Hall in New York City with Marcus Mumford, Corrine Bailey Rae, and Trevor Noah.

Join us on the radio, Saturday at 6pm .

This week, we close out our fall run in Saint Paul with a broadcast from the famed Fitzgerald Theater. Bassist, singer, and composer Esperanza Spalding 

brings her genre-bending band to the Fitz stage for a few tunes sure to induce spontaneous dancing up and down Exchange Street, on both banks of the Mississippi River, and across the country; Dawes 

add their road-honed Southern California rock n' roll to help warm up a Minnesota fall that's suddenly turned chilly; and comedian and writer Aparna Nancherla

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