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Nickel Creek has added a pair of shows at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg to their May reunion run.
Austin City Limits producers are offering a free live webcast of the band’s upcoming performance that will be filmed for a future episode.
The newly-reunited Nickel Creek are the icing on the Hot August Music Festival cake.
Americana trio Nickel Creek will be Jimmy Fallon’s musical guest on April 2.
Nickel Creek, Marco Benevento, Blind Pilot, Woods and The Barr Brothers are among the acts set to play Pickathon this summer.
The first six bands to play this summer’s Newport Folk Festival have been revealed.
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Latest Nickel Creek Setlist
Nickel Creek at Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall
- Ode to a Butterfly
- When In Rome
- Somebody More Like You
- Reasons Why
- Rest of My Life
- Scotch & Chocolate
- 21st of May
- When You Come Back Down
- The Fox
- First and Last Waltz
- Tomorrow Is a Long Time
- Elephant in the Corn
- The Lighthouse's Tale
- Where Is Love Now
- Cuckoo's Nest
About Nickel Creek
Nickel Creek was named “music innovators for the New Millennium” by Time Magazine. Their self-titled debut “Nickel Creek” received widespread critical acclaim, garnering multiple award nominations, and has sold over one million albums to date. The 2002 release, This Side, captured the Grammy for “Best Contemporary Folk Album.” Their third album Why Should The Fire Die? continued their folk-pop innovations, and debuted at Number One on the Independent Album chart when it was released in 2005. The band parted ways in 2007 after their Farewell (For Now) Tour.
This Halloween weekend, Umphrey’s McGee will present a “festive surprise” on the 31st in Washington D.C. before heading to Philadelphia.
Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard will issue her solo debut album ‘Jaime’ in September and support the LP with a tour. Howard has shared the album’s first single, “History Repeats.”
Watch all three upcoming Widespread Panic shows at Red Rocks via nugs.tv live streams.
Watch Vampire Weekend cover The Doors’ “Peace Frog” on Saturday night at Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Phish closed out the second show of their two-night stand at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland with a six-song second set and a four-song encore that will not soon be forgotten.