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Nickel Creek to Headline Grey Fox Fest

Nickel CreekOak Hill, NY -- Any acoustic music fan would jump at the chance to see Nickel Creek, Del McCoury, Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Gibson Brothers, and Tim O’Brien at one festival. The rest of the lineup could slack off after that. But Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival never slacks. Instead it brings a veritable Who’s Who of Bluegrass—plus its roots and branches—to New York’s Catskill Mountains every July. This year's award-winning four-day festival will run Thursday, July 17 through Sunday, July 20 on the Walsh Farm in Oak Hill, New York.

Nickel Creek's A Dotted Line Coming April 1

Nickel CreekSara Watkins of Nickel Creek writes, "This past June, Sean, Chris and I got together to write some new music. The writing and arranging went so well, that we decided to make an entire record! In November, along with Eric Valentine (who produced Why Should The Fire Die?) we made our new record, A Dotted Line.

Nickel Creek to Get Together for Reunion Album and Tour

Nickel CreekThe news about one of America's favorite bluegrass bands, the Grammy Award–winning, multi-platinum selling trio Nickel Creek, comprised of Chris Thile (mandolin/vocals), and siblings Sara Watkins (fiddle/vocals) and Sean Watkins (guitar/vocals), are getting together for a "reunion" project and tour has the community hopping with excitement. Chris Thile wants everybody to know that this doesn't mean other projects are on hold. "To be clear, Punch Brothers are alive and well…working on a new record even! So are Edgar Meyer and I! And I’m brushing my teeth more often!" said Thile. t mean other projects are on hold.

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