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Nickel Creek
NICKEL CREEK appearing in 14 shows and/or playlists

NICKEL CREEK

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH NICKEL CREEK

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on April 6th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

Nickel Creek are mandolin player Chris Thile, and brother and sister Sean and Sara Watkins on guitar and fiddle. The San Diego group began playing as children for an open mic bluegrass night at a local pizza parlor. Since then they have gone on to sell millions of records, broaden and redefine contemporary pop-bluegrass. They visited the American Routes studio to play a live set.

BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

An encore presentation from the American Routes archives: Since the earliest blues and minstrel tunes to clawhammer bluegrass and forward to traditional jazz and newgrass, the banjo has been a part of American music. This week we recall our visit with Creole jazzman Don Vappie and hear how the instrument is used in New Orleans traditional jazz. And feel the zeitgeist in our interview back when with San Diego-based Nickel Creek during a live set about building onto their bluegrass base and moving beyond--which they have all surely done since.

BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the earliest blues and minstrel tunes to clawhammer bluegrass and forward to newgrass, the banjo has been a part of American music. This week we visit with New Orleans Creole jazzman Don Vappie and hear how the instrument is used in New Orleans traditional jazz. And feel the zeitgeist as San Diego-based Nickel Creek come by for a live set and talk about building onto their bluegrass base and moving beyond.

BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the earliest blues and minstrel tunes to clawhammer bluegrass and forward to newgrass, the banjo has been a part of American music. This week we visit with New Orleans Creole jazzman Don Vappie and hear how the instrument is used in New Orleans traditional jazz. And feel the zeitgeist as San Diego-based Nickel Creek come by for a live set and talk about building onto their bluegrass base and moving beyond.

BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the earliest blues and minstrel tunes to clawhammer bluegrass and forward to newgrass, the banjo has been a part of American music. This week we visit with New Orleans Creole jazzman Don Vappie and hear how the instrument is used in New Orleans traditional jazz. And feel the zeitgeist as San Diego-based Nickel Creek come by for a live set and talk about building onto their bluegrass base and moving beyond.

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on April 6th, 2016

FROM THE SHOW: ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS AND WILDERNESS TRAILS

From the show "Roadside Attractions and Wilderness Trails" originally aired on July 14th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

From the show "Roadside Attractions" originally aired on August 6th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on July 16th, 2008

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on August 2nd, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

From the show "Roadside Attractions" originally aired on July 19th, 2006

FROM THE SHOW: ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

From the show "Roadside Attractions" originally aired on June 20th, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: BANJOS LOST AND FOUND: DON VAPPIE & NICKEL CREEK

From the show "Banjos Lost and Found: Don Vappie & Nickel Creek" originally aired on April 11th, 2007

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