You heard their song "Dark Days" in the film "The Hunger Games". Now you can join mandonlinist Chris Thile and Punch Brothers for an evening of virtuosic acoustic music at Jorgensen. Their new album Who's Feeling Young Now? contains some of the most exhilaratingly direct, sonically daring music the group has ever recorded. It's "...sophisticated, pop-y, kinetic and profound." - Vanity Fair
"Mumford & Sons for grown ups" – Clean Slate Music
"... an all-star bluegrass band, five virtuosos led by Chris Thile,
the mercurial mandolin player ..." – The New York Times
"... sound like absolutely no other band on the planet." – Paste Magazine
"...totally mind-blowing." – San Francisco Chronicle
Diversely talented writer, performer and actor Tom Brosseau joins Punch Brothers for an autumn U.S. tour and then hops a train as part of John C. Reilly & Friends for the Railroad Revival Tour with Willie Nelson.
Punch Brother Chris Thile covered Brosseau's song "How To Grow a Woman From the Ground" for his 2006 album named after the song – Thile's first record with the bluegrass group who evolved into Punch Brothers.