Punch Brothers News
5-13-15: Punch Brothers will be out on the road for a short stint of summer tour dates. The band is slated to play seven shows between June 26 and September 5 and tickets are seeing a significant demand on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Punch Brothers tickets is $68.74. They'll make their most expensive stop on September 1 at Chautauqua Auditorium, where tickets average at $114.14.
Punch Brothers Performance Videos
Punch Brothers Discography
The Phosphorescent Blues (2015)
Who's Feeling Young Now? (2012)
Punch Brothers Tour Dates
Punch Brothers 2015 Tour Dates
Sun 06/14/15 at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN
Fri 06/19/15 at Telluride Town Park in Telluride, CO
Sun 06/21/15 at Sheridan Opera House in Telluride, CO
Fri 06/26/15 at Henry Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee, WI
Thu 07/09/15 at Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn, NY
Sun 07/12/15 at Greenfield Community College in Greenfield, MA
Wed 07/15/15 at Filene Center At Wolf Trap in Vienna, VA
Sun 08/02/15 at Cherry Hinton Hall Grounds in Cambridge, United Kingdom
Sat 08/15/15 at Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville, MD
Fri 08/28/15 at The Lyric Oxford in Oxford, MS
Sun 08/30/15 at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, OK
Sat 09/05/15 at Britt Pavilion in Jacksonville, OR
Sun 09/06/15 at Seattle Center in Seattle, WA
Sat 09/12/15 at Krannert Center in Urbana, IL
Punch Brothers Biography
Formed by mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile, Brooklyn-based collective Punch Brothers gradually broke through to the mainstream with an eclectic sound dubbed ‘American country-classical chamber music.’ Nickel Creek co-founder Thile assembled the band in 2006 with the original line-up also featuring The Infamous Stringdusters’ guitarist Chris Eldridge and an array of sought-after session musicians including violinist Gabe Witcher (Jerry Douglas), banjoist Noam Pikelny (John Cowan) and bassist Greg Garrison (Leftover Salmon). The group’s Grammy-nominated debut album, How to Grow a Woman from the Ground, was released under the guise of Chris Thile & The How to Grow a Band in the same year. But after changing their name to The Tension Mountain Boys, the group eventually settled on their more familiar moniker, inspired by a line from Mark Twain short story, A Literary Nightmare, in 2007. After signing to Nonesuch Records, the band released their 2008 sophomore Punch, an ambitious progressive bluegrass affair which featured a 40-minute suite Thile composed to deal with his divorce, and set off on their first North American tour. Shortly after, Garrison left to be replaced by Paul Kowert, who had previously studied under Edgar Meyer at the Curtis Institute of Music. Punch Brothers then scored their first Billboard chart entry when they teamed up with acclaimed producer Jon Brion (Kanye West, Beck) for 2010’s double album, Antifogmatic, while a year later they became something of a film festival hit thanks to Mark Meatto’s behind-the-scenes documentary, How to Grow a Band. In 2012, the band added to their discography with fourth LP Who’s Feeling Young Now, a more accessible record produced by Jacquire King (Modest Mouse, Kings of Leon), and the five-track E.P., Ahoy!, while contributions to the soundtracks of young adult blockbuster The Hunger Games (“Dark Days”) and the Coen bros’ folk music drama Inside Llewyn Davis (“The Last Thing On My Mind,” “The Auld Triangle”) continued to raise their profile. After joining forces with the legendary T-Bone Burnett, the group reached a career-high peak of No.37 on the Billboard 200 with 2015’s The Phosphorescent Blues before hitting the road with a major nationwide tour which included festival sets at Bonnaroo and Telluride.
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