Chris Thile. I’ve pretty much been obsessed with him (and all of his musical ventures) lately.
Chris Thile amazes me in every way possible. Every thing he touches is gold in my eyes. I love/d Nickel Creek and I worship at the altar of Punch Brothers. Also, isn’t he dreamy?
How To Grow A Woman From The Ground.
We’ll go ahead and say this is the Punch Brothers, because it’s them, they just didn’t have a name yet.
Sewed up my wrists, and sowed the ground with my blood. Stained up my clothes pretty good, and I turned that dirt to mud. I could not help but close my eyes, and lay my body down, ‘cause I’ve heard it takes forever to grow a woman from the ground. I bleed for you now, and I’m skinny as a rail. I’d be so obliged to keep you nice, and warm, and safe, and won’t you be so proud of me?
this always makes me happy.
Clearly the most under-publicized Punch Brothers show that ever happened! Apparently the gents did an outdoor gig somewhere on Staten Island today for some folks with lawn chairs.
Field trip to Staten Island to see Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers.
JEALOUS. sitting on a nice lawn listening to Chris and the boys…that sounds amazing.
sarah jarosz’ cover of radiohead’s “the tourist”, featuring punch brothers.
i finally bought sarah jarosz’ new album, and it is so beautiful. i love this tasteful cover of one of radiohead’s subtler songs. also, i have mad love for punch brothers.
this is literally three of my favorite things all in one. 1. punch brothers 2. sarah jarosz 3. radiohead.
cabininthepines: Cry, Cry Darlin’ by Chris Thile and Michael Daves
Originally written by J. Newman, this was a classic Bill Monroe tune from his album, Knee Deep in Bluegrass.