Live From Here Highlights

Sinopse

Chris Thile steps to the mic as the host of Live from Here (formerly A Prairie Home Companion), a live public radio variety show. Download Chriss Song of the Week plus other highlights from the broadcast. Produced by American Public Media. Twitter: @livefromhereapm

Episódios

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

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

    08/05/2020 Duração: 07min

    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

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

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

    13/04/2020 Duração: 06min

    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.

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

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

    12/03/2020 Duração: 08min

    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)

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

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

    24/02/2020 Duração: 04min

    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.

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

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

    15/02/2020 Duração: 05min

    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.

  • Out In America: Cleveland - February 8, 2020

    Out In America: Cleveland - February 8, 2020

    13/02/2020 Duração: 07min

    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.

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

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

    10/02/2020 Duração: 03min

    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 another circular mistake C: Tell me be

  • Out In America: Los Angeles - January 25, 2020

    Out In America: Los Angeles - January 25, 2020

    27/01/2020 Duração: 06min

    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.

  • Out In America: New York City - December 28, 2019

    Out In America: New York City - December 28, 2019

    02/01/2020 Duração: 05min

    Our Out In America correspondent Tom Papa heads to New York City, meets a couple from Dallas at the Broome Street Bar, visits the legendary Comedy Cellar, and chats with a security guard at his hotel after he finds himself locked out of his room. (Originally from our December 16, 2017 episode.) Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

  • Song of the Week: Letters - December 14, 2019

    Song of the Week: Letters - December 14, 2019

    18/12/2019 Duração: 06min

    Download Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for December 14, 2019: “Letters” The band: Chris Thile, Sarah Jarosz, Mike Elizondo, Eric Doob, Chris Eldridge, Alex Hargreaves, Brett Williams — Lyrics: TELEGRAPH OPERATORS (Chris) Sleep my child and peace attend thee All through the night Guardian angels God will lend thee All through the night Soft the drowsy hours are creeping Hill and vale in slumber steeping I my loving vigil keeping All through the night Though I roam a minstrel lonely All through the night My true harp shall praise sing only All through the night... LINCOLN (Sarah) My dear Sir and Madam In the loss of your noble son My affliction here is scarcely less than your own Our acquaintance began less than two years ago Yet I can proudly say we knew each other well And that the honors he labored for so laudably, and, in the sad end, so gallantly gave his life for, he meant for you, no less than for himself. May God give you that consolation which is beyond all earthly power Yours in our common afflict

  • Tom Papa: Grandparents - December 7, 2019

    Tom Papa: Grandparents - December 7, 2019

    14/12/2019 Duração: 04min

    Tom Papa reads an excerpt on grandparents from his book Your Dad Stole My Rake during our December 7, 2019 show. Find more about the book and Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

  • Out In America: San Diego - December 7, 2019

    Out In America: San Diego - December 7, 2019

    12/12/2019 Duração: 07min

    This week: our Out In America correspondent Tom Papa heads to San Diego, where he visits an oceanfront bar, ponders ways to live a stress-free life, and chats with a business traveler from Queens named Gladys. Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

  • Song of the Week: Hows the Weather Where You Are? - December 7, 2019

    Song of the Week: How's the Weather Where You Are? - December 7, 2019

    09/12/2019 Duração: 04min

    Download Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for December 7, 2019: “How’s the Weather Where You Are?” The band: Chris Thile, Aoife O’Donovan, Mike Elizondo, Chris Eldridge, Marcus Gilmore, Brittany Haas, Brett Williams — Lyrics: 1. Morse: A nibble! Lincoln: A bite! A reason to be thankful— M: —for another sleepless night But how best to set the hook? L: How best to reel him in? M: Hmm...what to send? L: Hmm...what to send? M + L: Not my name L: He’ll know it M: Rendering this another unclean slate L: Another couple hours answering for these Divided States M: And being the amplifier of this rift between Americans Won’t help me make a friend L: What to send? M + L: Hmm...what to send? L: What are the chances of this meeting? I won’t let it get away M: Who else will dance me through the dead of night unto the break of day? L: If I believed in God I’d ask him M: Father, tell me M + L: what to say To make a friend out of this stranger on the wire L: How’s the weather where you are? 2. M: It’s hot as stock in

  • Song of the Week: Youre Just Doing Your Job - November 23, 2019

    Song of the Week: You're Just Doing Your Job - November 23, 2019

    25/11/2019 Duração: 03min

    Download Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for November 23, 2019: “You’re Just Doing Your Job.” The band: Chris Thile, Anaïs Mitchell, Jon Cowherd, Eric Doob, Alex Hargreaves, Armand Hirsch, Chris Morrissey. — Lyrics: Here’s a song For the good folks who We pay to look for bombs In each other’s boots Sure this line is long Longer than my fuse But you’re just doing your job And what a job you’re doing For the put-upon Bearers of bad news Now and forever caught here Between us and our due As platinums golds and silvers Singing the Delta blues “I can’t believe it’s not in your Power to move me To the seat I want And just forgot to choose I know you’re doing your job But what a job to do” And for the mom Running stoically through Each kid-unfriendly gauntlet Doing the work of two ‘Til the boarding process Drops her off next to A childless man of business Whose cares are few Enough to voice his problems with Her toddler on fumes I heard her tell him off like “Who the hell are you To assess this job That you could

  • Song of the Week: Its a Long Way Across the Wire - November 16, 2019

    Song of the Week: It's a Long Way Across the Wire - November 16, 2019

    18/11/2019 Duração: 05min

    Download "It's a Long Way Across the Wire," Chris Thile's Song of the Week from our November 16, 2019 broadcast. The band: Chris Thile, Aoife O'Donovan, Mike Elizondo, Eric Doob, Alex Hargreaves, Armand Hirsch, Gabriel Kahane.

  • Tom Papa: The Importance of Strangers - November 2, 2019

    Tom Papa: The Importance of Strangers - November 2, 2019

    07/11/2019 Duração: 03min

    Tom Papa reads an excerpt from his book ‘Your Dad Stole My Rake’ on the importance of strangers in our lives and points out a few new groups of strangers during our November 2, 2019 show. Find more about the book and Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

  • Out In America: Portland - November 2, 2019

    Out In America: Portland - November 2, 2019

    04/11/2019 Duração: 06min

    Tom Papa heads to Portland, Oregon during Halloween week, tries to determine who’s wearing a costume and who’s just “Portland,” and sets off on a quest with a local wizard. Find Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

  • Song of the Week: Mutton and Strawberries - October 26, 2019

    Song of the Week: Mutton and Strawberries - October 26, 2019

    28/10/2019 Duração: 04min

    Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for October 26, 2019: “Mutton and Strawberries.” The band: Chris Thile, Rachael Price, Mike Elizondo, Armand Hirsch, Gabriel Kahane, Jeremy Kittel, Joey Waronker. — Lyrics: What hath God wrought Of strength unfelt Gifts neglected And love withheld What hath God wrought (x3) Lucretia left the world without a fight Father left it clutching the handle of a knife His memory never failing to give that knife a twist All has led to this: Mutton— My children scattered like so many seeds Separated from one another and from me All my colleagues snickering at Samuel Morse the Scientist All has led to this: Mutton— (x2) Dark magic or miracle I don’t care It’s wonderful Listen, America’s about to bare her soul And maybe her teeth as well It’s a sound To behold Good or bad only someone else’s time will tell —and strawberries And a wire to connect the world A wire to remind it That nothing can become itself ‘Til something else defines it One wire to connect the world One wire to remind

  • Song of the Week: Vail Monograph, Version 2 - October 19, 2019

    Song of the Week: Vail Monograph, Version 2 - October 19, 2019

    21/10/2019 Duração: 06min

    Chris Thile’s Song of the Week for October 19, 2019, “Vail Monograph, Version 2” The band: Chris Thile, Aoife O’Donovan, Mike Elizondo, Jeff Babko, Matt Chamberlain, Chris Eldridge, Alex Hargreaves, Noam Pikelny. — Lyrics: “Canst thou send lightnings So that they may go And say unto thee here we are?” A rhetorical question From our Father In Heaven To Job in his suffering Here below To Job in his suffering— As we sent the first lightnings All those years ago I quoted that question by heart Then delivered the answer Full of magnets and wire On behalf of a dreamer Here below On behalf of a dreamer— “Sounds like you did this” I did but— It was the least that I could do —than I would do to serve his genius To serve his— `“Sounds like it’s time to set the record straight Nothing’s wrong with calling a good man great, but a bad man...” No, he’s not a bad man Though it’s true before we met The God of Wire was struggling to connect What he had with what he dreamt Then I applied a method to the madness And the th

  • Tom Papa: Children - October 12, 2019

    Tom Papa: Children - October 12, 2019

    18/10/2019 Duração: 04min

    Tom Papa reads an essay on what life is like with children, originally from his book Your Dad Stole My Rake. Find more information about the book and Tom’s tour dates at tompapa.com.

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