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    Posted: May 31 2013 at 08:33
Any fans of his work here, Nickel Creek, Punch Brothers or solo?

We have tickets to see him in London later this year, should be a good show.

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He was talented from a young age.


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I have, and love, Why Should The Fire Die.
What should I look for next?
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The eponymous Nickel Creek album is great, try that.
 
The Punch Brothers "Who's Feeling Young Now" is brilliant (features Radiohead's Kid A done bluegress style!) and Chris Thiles' "How to grow a woman from the ground" is recommended as well.
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Originally posted by infocat infocat wrote:

I have, and love, Why Should The Fire Die.
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Punch Brother's Antifogmatic is their best. Buy the deluxe double CD and get the recording of the band doing an awesome bit of Bach:




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