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Time For Three - Banjo Love
Time For Three: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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Interview with Houston Public Media
Interview with MPR: New Classical Tracks
Interview with KUAF: Of Note with Katy Henriksen
Interview with KBAQ's Sterling Beeaff
1 Happy Day featuring Jake Shimabukuro
2 Roundabouts
3 Winter featuring Josh Radin
4 Banjo Love
5 Queen of Voodoo featuring Branford Marsalis
6 Everything'll Be Alright featuring Josh Radin
7 Vocalise featuring Alisa Weilerstein
8 Closer featuring Josh Radin
9 Norwegian Wood
10 What if You featuring Josh Radin
11 Chaconne in Winter
12 Danny Boy featuring Lily & Madeline
13 UFO
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Time for Three – violinist Zachary (Zach) De Pue, violinist Nicolas (Nick) Kendall and double-bassist Ranaan Meyer – defy traditional genre classification happily and infectiously, with an uncommon mix of virtuosity, creativity and showmanship.  The American trio who thrive on originality will release their Universal Music Classics self-titled debut. The album showcases not only the trio's melody-rich string weave but also its unique flair for collaboration.  It was these compelling qualities that led Universal Music Classics to sign the trio as their first U.S. act to their newly branded label.   Time For Three features tracks co-produced by Rob Moose from Bon Iver and Grammy-winning producer David Lai, and memorable pairings with pop singer-songwriter Joshua Radin, jazz saxophone icon Branford Marsalis,  Decca's young cello star Alisa Weilerstein, ukulele ace Jake Shimabukuro, and folk-pop sister duo Lily & Madeleine.

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Markets include: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas, Cleveland, St. Louis, Seattle, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Portland, Austin, Denver, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Detroit, Austin, Albuquerque, San Antonio, Louisville, Columbus & Toledo OH
Online & Press: the indie, Violinist.com, Classically Hip, wildmansteve, Taintradio, NYTimes, Giocosity, philly.com

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