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Live from Here Highlights

American Public Media

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Live from Here Highlights

Live from Here Highlights

American Public Media

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Highlights from Live from Here, the public radio variety show hosted by mandolinist Chris Thile. Each week, download Chris’s brand-new Song of the Week and Tom Papa’s report from Out in America. Unfortunately we can’t offer the entire show as a podcast due to music downloading rights, but you can stream any full episode from our website, livefromhere.org, or listen live on the radio Saturdays from 6-8 pm ET. Find us on social media @livefromhereapm. Produced by American Public Media. Support the show at livefromhere.org/give

Latest Episodes

Chris Thile talks with Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton - May 2, 2020

Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton joined Chris Thile on our May 2 show to introduce their new podcast, Julie’s Library; share some movie recommendations; and chat about what makes them hopeful for the future. Listen to this extended version of the interview and find Julie’s Library wherever you get your podcasts! — Listen to our May 2 show with Sylvan Esso, Watkins Family Hour, Gaby Moreno, Josh Gondelman & more

7 MINMAY 8
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Chris Thile talks with Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton - May 2, 2020

Out In America: #livefromhome Edition - April 11, 2020

Comedian Tom Papa checks in from Out In ... his home with thoughts on how his daily routine has changed while he stays socially distanced due to Covid-19. Find more from Tom at tompapa.com. Listen to our brand-new #livefromhome episode now, with remotely recorded music from Chris Thile and our amazing band of Live from Heroes (Madison Cunningham, music director Mike Elizondo, Chris Eldridge, Jeremy Kittel, Trevor Lawrence Jr., and Brett Williams), along with #livefromhome Challenge performances from Rachael Price with Taylor Ashton, Theo Katzman, Louis Cato, Megan Burtt, Kayce Guthmiller, Laurens Joënsen, and Kaitlyn Kelly Faraghan. Plus: Mike Marshall joins Chris for a Bach birthday salute, Claire Coffee helps us celebrate Stephen Sondheim's birthday, and Bodine Boling encourages you to stay creative with an essay from Elizabeth Gilbert. Head to our YouTube channel for a few behind-the-scenes videos of the recording process.

6 MINAPR 13
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Out In America: #livefromhome Edition - April 11, 2020

Tom Papa: That Cute Thing She Does - March 7, 2020

Tom Papa reads an essay from his book Your Dad Stole My Rake on the beginnings of relationships, and why it’s important to eat meals with someone as you get to know them. Find more information about the book and Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com. (originally from our September 28, 2019 episode)

8 MINMAR 12
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Tom Papa: That Cute Thing She Does - March 7, 2020

Song of the Week: Escape from the Tuileries - February 22, 2020

Download Chris Thile's Song of the Week for February 22, 2020, "Escape from the Tuileries." The band: Chris Thile, Mike Elizondo, Jon Cowherd, Armand Hirsch, Jeremy Kittel, Nate Smith.

4 MINFEB 25
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Song of the Week: Escape from the Tuileries - February 22, 2020

Tom Papa: You Work Too Hard - February 8, 2020

Tom Papa explains why you should never let anyone tell you that you don’t work hard enough and offers a few more life lessons, in an excerpt from his forthcoming book, You’re Doing Great! Find Tom’s tour dates and more about his new Netflix special at tompapa.com.

5 MINFEB 15
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Tom Papa: You Work Too Hard - February 8, 2020

Out In America: Cleveland - February 8, 2020

Our Out. In. America. correspondent Tom Papa stays warm in Cleveland by eating his way across the city — sampling the corned-beef-hash-centric menu at Slyman’s, accompanying a group of police officers to a pierogi restaurant, and celebrating a friend’s birthday with dim sum. Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

7 MINFEB 13
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Out In America: Cleveland - February 8, 2020

Song of the Week: Circular Mistake - February 8, 2020

Download Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for February 8, 2020, “Circular Mistake.” The band: Chris Thile, Sarah Jarosz, Mike Elizondo, Armand Hirsch, Jeremy Kittel, Abe Rounds, Brett Williams. — Lyrics: Chris: Tell me beloved Why is there a tear in your eye? Tell me beloved Why is there a tear in your eye? Sarah: It’s a trick of the winter light Love everything is fine C: Then tell me beloved Why are you now clenching your teeth? S: I didn’t dress for the winter air Should’ve worn another layer Whereas you’ve got your coat and wool underneath C: Then tell me beloved Why won’t you let me give you that coat? S: ‘Cause it’s good to be cold in the wintertime Love everything is— Fine it’s because you make me tell you And I don’t wanna have to tell you That I have nothing to tell you ‘Cause I’ve said it all said it all said it all before And you can’t make it all ok Make me say it all say it all again And darling we’ll be further from the end And closer to the forming of ...

3 MINFEB 10
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Song of the Week: Circular Mistake - February 8, 2020

Song of the Week: First Kiss - February 1, 2020

Chris Thile's Song of the Week, "First Kiss," from our February 1, 2020 rebroadcast (originally from April 13, 2019) featuring Holly Laurent reading Jessica Greenbaum’s poem “I Love You More Than All the Windows in New York City.” The band: Chris Thile, Madison Cunningham, Mike Elizondo, Chris Eldridge, Brittany Haas, Philip Krohnengold, and Ted Poor. Find "I Love You More Than All the Windows in New York City" in Jessica’s book Spilled and Gone. — Lyrics: We float above the recycling And the catcalls A prelude to the hardest We will ever fall No bar is too loud No bar is too loud No sidewalk’s too crowded No stoop too well-lit No head is too cloudy For an East Village first kiss Text me Text me Text me Text me Don’t forget Don’t forget me I will take out the recycling And pick up the take out While you stir a pair of Manhattans And a mocktail No child is too loud No dinner’s too hurried No morning too big No future’s too blurry For a South Brooklyn next kiss So text me Te...

6 MINFEB 3
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Song of the Week: First Kiss - February 1, 2020

Out In America: Los Angeles - January 25, 2020

Our Out In America correspondent Tom Papa spends a rare day off at home in Los Angeles stretching out his morning rituals as far as they’ll go, pondering the dawn of a new decade, and rejecting diet advice from his friends and family. Find Tom’s tour dates and more information about his forthcoming Netflix special You’re Doing Great! at tompapa.com.

6 MINJAN 27
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Out In America: Los Angeles - January 25, 2020

Out in America: Los Angeles - January 11, 2020

This week: Tom Papa celebrates the Los Angeles food scene with a stop at Tony’s Mexican Grill and meets a mechanic named Fernando and an Uber driver named Donna, along with a few mythical L.A. characters (originally from February 2, 2019). Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

6 MINJAN 16
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Out in America: Los Angeles - January 11, 2020

Latest Episodes

Chris Thile talks with Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton - May 2, 2020

Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton joined Chris Thile on our May 2 show to introduce their new podcast, Julie’s Library; share some movie recommendations; and chat about what makes them hopeful for the future. Listen to this extended version of the interview and find Julie’s Library wherever you get your podcasts! — Listen to our May 2 show with Sylvan Esso, Watkins Family Hour, Gaby Moreno, Josh Gondelman & more

7 MINMAY 8
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Chris Thile talks with Julie Andrews & Emma Walton Hamilton - May 2, 2020

Out In America: #livefromhome Edition - April 11, 2020

Comedian Tom Papa checks in from Out In ... his home with thoughts on how his daily routine has changed while he stays socially distanced due to Covid-19. Find more from Tom at tompapa.com. Listen to our brand-new #livefromhome episode now, with remotely recorded music from Chris Thile and our amazing band of Live from Heroes (Madison Cunningham, music director Mike Elizondo, Chris Eldridge, Jeremy Kittel, Trevor Lawrence Jr., and Brett Williams), along with #livefromhome Challenge performances from Rachael Price with Taylor Ashton, Theo Katzman, Louis Cato, Megan Burtt, Kayce Guthmiller, Laurens Joënsen, and Kaitlyn Kelly Faraghan. Plus: Mike Marshall joins Chris for a Bach birthday salute, Claire Coffee helps us celebrate Stephen Sondheim's birthday, and Bodine Boling encourages you to stay creative with an essay from Elizabeth Gilbert. Head to our YouTube channel for a few behind-the-scenes videos of the recording process.

6 MINAPR 13
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Out In America: #livefromhome Edition - April 11, 2020

Tom Papa: That Cute Thing She Does - March 7, 2020

Tom Papa reads an essay from his book Your Dad Stole My Rake on the beginnings of relationships, and why it’s important to eat meals with someone as you get to know them. Find more information about the book and Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com. (originally from our September 28, 2019 episode)

8 MINMAR 12
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Tom Papa: That Cute Thing She Does - March 7, 2020

Song of the Week: Escape from the Tuileries - February 22, 2020

Download Chris Thile's Song of the Week for February 22, 2020, "Escape from the Tuileries." The band: Chris Thile, Mike Elizondo, Jon Cowherd, Armand Hirsch, Jeremy Kittel, Nate Smith.

4 MINFEB 25
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Song of the Week: Escape from the Tuileries - February 22, 2020

Tom Papa: You Work Too Hard - February 8, 2020

Tom Papa explains why you should never let anyone tell you that you don’t work hard enough and offers a few more life lessons, in an excerpt from his forthcoming book, You’re Doing Great! Find Tom’s tour dates and more about his new Netflix special at tompapa.com.

5 MINFEB 15
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Tom Papa: You Work Too Hard - February 8, 2020

Out In America: Cleveland - February 8, 2020

Our Out. In. America. correspondent Tom Papa stays warm in Cleveland by eating his way across the city — sampling the corned-beef-hash-centric menu at Slyman’s, accompanying a group of police officers to a pierogi restaurant, and celebrating a friend’s birthday with dim sum. Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

7 MINFEB 13
Comments
Out In America: Cleveland - February 8, 2020

Song of the Week: Circular Mistake - February 8, 2020

Download Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for February 8, 2020, “Circular Mistake.” The band: Chris Thile, Sarah Jarosz, Mike Elizondo, Armand Hirsch, Jeremy Kittel, Abe Rounds, Brett Williams. — Lyrics: Chris: Tell me beloved Why is there a tear in your eye? Tell me beloved Why is there a tear in your eye? Sarah: It’s a trick of the winter light Love everything is fine C: Then tell me beloved Why are you now clenching your teeth? S: I didn’t dress for the winter air Should’ve worn another layer Whereas you’ve got your coat and wool underneath C: Then tell me beloved Why won’t you let me give you that coat? S: ‘Cause it’s good to be cold in the wintertime Love everything is— Fine it’s because you make me tell you And I don’t wanna have to tell you That I have nothing to tell you ‘Cause I’ve said it all said it all said it all before And you can’t make it all ok Make me say it all say it all again And darling we’ll be further from the end And closer to the forming of ...

3 MINFEB 10
Comments
Song of the Week: Circular Mistake - February 8, 2020

Song of the Week: First Kiss - February 1, 2020

Chris Thile's Song of the Week, "First Kiss," from our February 1, 2020 rebroadcast (originally from April 13, 2019) featuring Holly Laurent reading Jessica Greenbaum’s poem “I Love You More Than All the Windows in New York City.” The band: Chris Thile, Madison Cunningham, Mike Elizondo, Chris Eldridge, Brittany Haas, Philip Krohnengold, and Ted Poor. Find "I Love You More Than All the Windows in New York City" in Jessica’s book Spilled and Gone. — Lyrics: We float above the recycling And the catcalls A prelude to the hardest We will ever fall No bar is too loud No bar is too loud No sidewalk’s too crowded No stoop too well-lit No head is too cloudy For an East Village first kiss Text me Text me Text me Text me Don’t forget Don’t forget me I will take out the recycling And pick up the take out While you stir a pair of Manhattans And a mocktail No child is too loud No dinner’s too hurried No morning too big No future’s too blurry For a South Brooklyn next kiss So text me Te...

6 MINFEB 3
Comments
Song of the Week: First Kiss - February 1, 2020

Out In America: Los Angeles - January 25, 2020

Our Out In America correspondent Tom Papa spends a rare day off at home in Los Angeles stretching out his morning rituals as far as they’ll go, pondering the dawn of a new decade, and rejecting diet advice from his friends and family. Find Tom’s tour dates and more information about his forthcoming Netflix special You’re Doing Great! at tompapa.com.

6 MINJAN 27
Comments
Out In America: Los Angeles - January 25, 2020

Out in America: Los Angeles - January 11, 2020

This week: Tom Papa celebrates the Los Angeles food scene with a stop at Tony’s Mexican Grill and meets a mechanic named Fernando and an Uber driver named Donna, along with a few mythical L.A. characters (originally from February 2, 2019). Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

6 MINJAN 16
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Out in America: Los Angeles - January 11, 2020
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