Monday, February 20, 2017

Birth Dates of Notable Kentuckians: February 20, 1981 - Chris Thile

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Christopher Scott "Chris" Thile (/ˈθiːliː/ THEE-lee; born February 20, 1981) is an American virtuoso mandolinist, singer, songwriter, and radio personality, best known for his work in the progressive acoustic trio Nickel Creek and the acoustic folk/progressive bluegrass quintet Punch Brothers. He is a 2012 MacArthur Fellow.[5] On October 15, 2016, he became the host of radio variety show A Prairie Home Companion.[6][7]

The three members of Nickel Creek met in 1989 at Carlsbad, California's That Pizza Place, listening to weekly bluegrass shows with their parents. Their first album, Little Cowpoke, was released on December 31, 1993. Later albums included Nickel Creek and This Side, which went platinum and won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album.[8] In 2005, Nickel Creek released Why Should the Fire Die?, which received critical acclaim and sold 250,000 units.[9]

In 2003, Thile married fashion designer Jesse Meighan. The couple divorced in 2004, after 18 months of marriage.[10]

Thile has also released solo albums, including Not All Who Wander Are Lost (2001) and 2004's Deceiver, on which he wrote, composed, sang, and played every part. In 2008, Thile released a collaboration album with bassist Edgar Meyer, and he also plans to release a collaborative album with Hilary Hahn.[11][12]

Personal life
Thile married actress Claire Coffee on December 23, 2013.[13] Coffee and Thile have a son named Calvin Eugene Thile, born on May 15, 2015.[14]

Thile's great-great-great-great-uncle is Baseball Hall of Fame member Sam Thompson.[15]

1981–1999: Early life and career
Thile was born in Oceanside, California, in 1981. His earliest memories of music are listening to Stan Getz's recording of "The Girl from Ipanema" before he even turned one year old. When he was two, his family started going to That Pizza Place, where he listened to John Moore's band Bluegrass Etc. When Thile was four, his family moved to Idyllwild, California.

Thile began playing the mandolin at the age of five, taking occasional lessons from John Moore. At age eight, Thile's family and the Watkins family formed Nickel Creek. The band performed at many California bluegrass festivals, and as a result Chris had to be home-schooled. At age twelve, he won the mandolin championship at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas.

That same year, 1993, Thile made a demo tape and sent it to the Sugar Hill and Rounder record labels. Both labels showed interest, but the Thiles went with Sugar Hill.[16] The next year, Chris Thile released his first solo album, Leading Off, featuring mostly original compositions.

In 1995, the Thile family moved to Murray, Kentucky, where Chris' father Scott Thile accepted a position at Murray State University as a musical instrument technician.[17][18] In 1997, Chris released Stealing Second and Nickel Creek released Here to There. Chris went on to attend Murray State University for a few semesters, where he was a music major.[1]

2000–2005: Wander and Deceiver
Following the major success and platinum accreditation of the album Nickel Creek, Thile released Not All Who Wander Are Lost in 2001. The album featured guest appearances from several well-known instrumentalists such as Stuart Duncan, Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer, Jerry Douglas, and Bryan Sutton.

In 2003, Thile teamed up with mandolinist Mike Marshall for the duet album Into the Cauldron, which included original pieces as well as pieces by Charlie Parker and J. S. Bach. Also in 2003, Thile joined Mark O'Connor for his double CD set "Thirty-Year Retrospective" which was nominated for a Grammy. In 2004, Thile released Deceiver, an experimental album on which he recorded every track himself. This included electric guitar, piano, drums, violin, viola, cello, and bass. Deceiver demonstrated some pop/rock songwriting in addition to "newgrass".

2006–present: Punch Brothers and Edgar Meyer project


 Chris Thile with Punch Brothers at Wintergrass, 2008

In August 2006, Nickel Creek announced that at the end of the year, they would no longer be recording together as a group, and their tour scheduled through 2007 would be their last for an indefinite period of time. In February 2014, the group announced that it would be releasing another album.

Thile was a judge for the fifth annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.[19]

In 2006, Thile formed How to Grow a Band, with whom he recorded How to Grow a Woman from the Ground, Thile's fifth album. In an interview with the Nashville City Paper, Thile described the band's formation:

We got together one night just to drop a ton of money, drink too much wine, eat steaks, and commiserate about our failed relationships. We had gotten to play together a few days before and we had said that we needed to do something musical together. With our hearts smashed to pieces, it became more urgent – our lives had gone the same way for so long. I knew I wanted to have a band with Gabe [Witcher], but I didn't know if it would be a rock ensemble, an ambitious acoustic classical thing or a bluegrass group. We played, and there was a serious, instantaneous connection. Then I knew I wanted to put together a bluegrass band – one with a lot of range, but aesthetically a bluegrass band.[20]

The band consisted of Chris Thile (mandolin), Gabe Witcher (fiddle/violin), Chris Eldridge (guitar), Greg Garrison (bass), and Noam Pikelny (banjo). Bryan Sutton has also filled in on guitar when necessary while Eldridge played out commitments to The Infamous Stringdusters. In 2007, the band officially changed its name first to "The Tensions Mountain Boys" and then "Punch Brothers".

On March 17, 2007, at Carnegie Hall, this group debuted Thile's ambitious "The Blind Leaving the Blind", a 40-minute suite in four movements that Thile told NPR was written in part to deal with his 2004 divorce.[21]

Chris Thile with Punch Brothers at Wintergrass, 2008

Punch Brothers released its first album, "Punch", February 26, 2008, on Nonesuch Records. The album featured Thile's suite "The Blind Leaving the Blind", as well as other original songs.[12]

To promote "Punch", Thile and Punch Brothers planned a year-long tour in 2008, as well as a February 29 appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.[22] In late 2008, Paul Kowert replaced Garrison on bass. Punch Brothers released Antifogmatic on February 15, 2010, and continued to tour. On November 5, 2010, the band performed "Rye Whiskey" on the Late Show with David Letterman with Steve Martin guesting on banjo.

The Punch Brothers released their third album, Who's Feeling Young Now?, in early 2012.

In November 2014, Punch Brothers released a single entitled "I Blew It Off", from their then-untitled fourth album. In December 2014, the band announced the scheduled release of an upcoming album and simultaneous release of another new single, "Julep".

Punch Brothers latest album, The Phosphorescent Blues, was released on January 27, 2015.

In August 2008, Thile and bassist Edgar Meyer announced the release date of the duo's planned debut album. The album was released on Thile's label Nonesuch Records on September 23, 2008.[23] Commenting on the collaboration, Thile said "Edgar is one of the biggest influences on my musical life, and now I'm in a duo with him and writing songs with him. This was my dream. I always wondered what it would be like to be playing music this hard."[24] The duo toured in September and October 2008 to promote the album.

In 2012, Thile won a MacArthur Fellowship.[25]

In 2014, Thile recorded a new collaborative album with Edgar Meyer entitled Bass & Mandolin and embarked on a tour with Meyer to support the album.[26]

Also in 2014, Thile reunited with Nickel Creek to release a new album called A Dotted Line in celebration of their 25th anniversary. The group also embarked on a national tour titled NC25.[27]

Side projects
Thile is featured in the documentary Bluegrass Journey, along with the rest of Nickel Creek. He has also appeared on a number of other artists' recordings, including Béla Fleck's Perpetual Motion, playing arrangements of Baroque, Impressionist, Classical and other styles of music with Fleck and Edgar Meyer; Jam Session, with Mark O'Connor, Frank Vignola, Bryan Sutton, and Jon Burr; the Dixie Chicks' Home, Kate Rusby's Awkward Annie, Julie Fowlis's Cuilidh, Dolly Parton's Little Sparrow, Dierks Bentley's Up on the Ridge, and Sarah Jarosz's Song Up in Her Head and Follow Me Down.

Thile has performed as a duo with guitarist and vocalist Michael Daves since 2005.[28] They released their debut album, Sleep With One Eye Open, on May 10, 2011. Recorded at Jack White's studio, the album consists of 16 classic bluegrass duets. Jack White also produced and played on the duo's 7" vinyl record Man in the Middle on Third Man Records. Thile and Daves met in 2005 at a bluegrass jam at NYC's Baggot Inn.

In 2009 Thile completed a mandolin concerto entitled Ad astra per alas porci. The work was commissioned by a consortium of orchestras including the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Oregon Symphony, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Winston-Salem Symphony, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Portland Symphony Orchestra, and Interlochen Center for the Arts. Thile performed the world premiere of the first movement with the Interlochen Arts Camp World Youth Symphony Orchestra under director Jung-Ho Pak, and premiered his entire concerto with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra on September 17, 2009.[29][30][31][32]

In 2011, he recorded The Goat Rodeo Sessions with cellist Yo-Yo Ma, bassist Edgar Meyer and fiddle player Stuart Duncan.[33] On October 25, 2011, he appeared on the Tonight Show as a member of the Yo-Yo Ma and Friends musical act.[34]

Thile released a solo album entitled Bach: Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1 in June 2013. The work comprises three works written for solo violin: Sonata No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001; Partita No. 1 in B minor, BWV 1002; and Sonata No. 2 in A minor, BWV 1003.[35]

A Prairie Home Companion


Thile hosting A Prairie Home Companion

Thile made his first appearance on Garrison Keillor's radio show A Prairie Home Companion in 1996, at age 15 and has returned numerous times—as a solo artist, with Nickel Creek, and with the Punch Brothers. On February 7 and 14 in 2015 and January 30 and February 6, 2016, he was the show's guest host. [36] On July 21, 2015, Keillor officially announced that he was leaving the show and that Thile would succeed him as permanent host in 2016.[37] Thile's first show as host took place on October 15, 2016 at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul.[7] On February 18, 2017 Thile announced that his version of the show had been renewed for another season.

Awards and nominations
1997 – Won Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album for True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe

1997 – Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Scotland" from True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe

1997 – IBMA award for Album of the Year for True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe

2001 – IBMA award for Mandolinist of the Year

2002 – Won Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album for This Side (with Nickel Creek)

2005 – Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Deceiver

2006 – Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance for "The Eleventh Reel"

2007 – BBC's Folk Musician of the Year

2007 – Nominated for IBMA Mandolinist of the Year

2008 – Nominated for Americana Music Association Instrumentalist of the Year

2012 – Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album for Sleep with One Eye Open (with Michael Daves)

2012 – MacArthur Fellowship ($500,000 'Genius Grant')

2013 – Won Grammy Award for Best Folk Album for The Goat Rodeo Sessions (with Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, and Edgar Meyer)

2014 – Won Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album for Bass & Mandolin (with Edgar Meyer)[38]

Album details
Peak chart positions
US Grass
US Country
US Indie
US Heat
US Classic
Leading Off
Release date: September 25, 1994
Label: Sugar Hill Records
Stealing Second
Release date: March 18, 1997
Label: Sugar Hill Records
Not All Who Wander Are Lost
Release date: October 9, 2001
Label: Sugar Hill Records
Release date: October 12, 2004
Label: Sugar Hill Records
How to Grow a Woman from the Ground
Release date: September 12, 2006
Label: Sugar Hill Records
Bach: Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1[39]
Release date: August 6, 2013
Label: Nonesuch Records
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Album details
Peak chart positions
US Grass
US Country
US Heat
US Classic
Into the Cauldron
(with Mike Marshall)
Release date: May 13, 2003
Label: Sugar Hill Records
Live: Duets
(with Mike Marshall)
Release date: January 24, 2006
Label: Sugar Hill Records
Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile
(with Edgar Meyer)
Release date: September 23, 2008
Label: Nonesuch Records
Sleep with One Eye Open[40]
(with Michael Daves)
Release date: May 10, 2011
Label: Nonesuch Records
The Goat Rodeo Sessions[41]
(with Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer and Stuart Duncan)
Release date: October 24, 2011
Label: Sony Masterworks
The Goat Rodeo Sessions: Live EP
Release date: February 7, 2012
Label: Sony Masterworks
Bass & Mandolin
(with Edgar Meyer)
Release date: September 9, 2014
Label: Nonesuch Records
Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau
(with Brad Mehldau)[42]
Release date: January 27, 2017
Label: Nonesuch Records
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Nickel Creek
Punch Brothers
2008: Punch

2010: Antifogmatic

2012: Who's Feeling Young Now?

2012: Ahoy!

2015: The Phosphorescent Blues

2015: The Wireless [EP]

Mutual Admiration Society
2004 Mutual Admiration Society (Nickel Creek and Glen Phillips)

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13."Mandolinist Chris Thile and Actress Claire Coffee Wed". Cybergrass. December 25, 2013. Retrieved December 25, 2013. 
14."CClaire Coffee Welcomes Son Calvin Eugene". People. May 15, 2015. 
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25.Rao, Mallika. "Chris Thile, Youngest MacArthur Genius of 2012, On His 'Dauntingly Lofty' New Status". Retrieved September 1, 2014. 
26."Nonesuch Releases Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer's "Bass & Mandolin" on September 9". Retrieved September 1, 2014. 
27."Nonesuch Releases First Nickel Creek Album in Nine Years, "A Dotted Line," April 1". Nonesuch Records. February 18, 2014. Retrieved February 18, 2014.
28.Klein, Bradley. "Chris Thile and Michael Daves Interview". Mandolin Cafe. Retrieved May 9, 2011. 
29."Chris Thile Premieres His Mandolin Concerto with Colorado Symphony". Nonesuch Records Official Website. Retrieved February 13, 2015. 
30."Oregonian: Chris Thile Reinvents His Instrument with Mandolin Concerto". Nonesuch Records Official Website. Retrieved February 13, 2015. 
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34.Archived October 22, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
35.cite web|url= Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1
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37.Cameron Matthews (July 21, 2015). "IT'S OFFICIAL: CHRIS THILE TO BECOME FULL TIME HOST OF 'A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION'". Retrieved 2015-07-21.
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39."Chris Thile's "Bach: Sonatas and Partitas, Vol. 1" Out Now; Watch Thile Feature on PBS "NewsHour"". Nonesuch Records Official Website. Retrieved February 13, 2015. 
40."Mandolinist Chris Thile Teams Up with Bluegrass Guitarist Michael Daves for Nonesuch Release "Sleep with One Eye Open" May 10". Nonesuch Records Official Website. Retrieved February 13, 2015. 
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42."Nonesuch Releases Duo Album from Mandolinist/Singer Chris Thile and Pianist Brad Mehldau, January 27".
Selected Sources from UK Libraries:

Krauss, Alison. Nickel Creek. Durham, NC: Sugar Hill Records, 2000.
Fine Arts Library Media Center (CD9194 )

House, Byron., and Edgar Meyer. This Side. Durham, NC: Sugar Hill Records, 2002.
Fine Arts Library Media Center (CD9193 )

Paladino, Sascha, Béla Fleck, Edgar Meyer, Chick Corea, Marcus Roberts, Julian Lage, Chris Thile, Earl Scruggs, Noam Pikelny, Abigail Washburn, Greg Liszt, Future Man, Paladino, Joe, Argot Pictures , Presenter, Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Performer, and Virgil Films, Film Distributor. Béla Fleck : How to Write a Banjo Concerto. 2015.
Media Library Desk in B-67 Young Library (AV-D10357 )

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Birth Dates of Notable Kentuckians: February 14, 1926 – Moneta Sleet


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From The Notable Kentucky African Americans Database -
Born in Owensboro, KY, Moneta J. Sleet, Jr. was the first African American to win a Pulitzer Prize in photography; he was given the award for a photo of Mrs. Martin L. King and her daughter, Bernice, at Dr. King's funeral. A photographer for Ebony Magazine, he covered African nations gaining independence. He also co-authored Special Moments in African American History: 1955-1996. Sleet was the son of Moneta Sr. and Ozetta L. Allensworth Sleet. For more see Notable Black American Men, by J. C. Smith; and Who's Who of Pulitzer Prize Winners, by E. A. Brennan and E. C. Clarage. See also the Sleettown entry

See photo image and additional information about Moneta J. Sleet in "Great Black Kentuckians" at the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights website.

Selected Sources from UK Libraries:

Sleet, Moneta, and Doris E. Saunders. Special Moments in African-American History, 1955-1996 : The Photographs of Moneta Sleet, Jr., Ebony Magazine's Pulitzer Prize Winner. 1st Limited ed. Chicago : [New York]: Johnson Pub. ; Distributed by St. Martin's, 1998. Print.
E185.615 .S5735 1998, Young Library - Oversize Books (5th floor)

Techniques of the Masters: Jane Evelyn Atwood/Co Rentmeester/Moneta Sleet. Print.

AV-V3701, Young Media Library

Who's who of Pulitzer Prize winners / Elizabeth A. Brennan and Elizabeth C. Clarage ; foreword by Seymour Topping.

AS911.P8 B74 1999, Young Library - Reference

Friday, February 10, 2017

Birth Dates of Notable Kentuckians: February 10, 1906 – George Barry Bingham, Sr.

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From The Kentucky Encyclopedia -
George Barry Bingham, Sr., became president of the company that published the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times at the death of his father, Robert Worth Bingham , in 1937. Later he also headed WHAS radio and television stations and Standard Gravure Corp. He was chairman of the board when the Bingham companies were sold in 1986. His newspapers had won six Pulitzer prizes.

He was born February 10, 1906, in Louisville. His mother, Eleanor (Miller) Bingham, died in 1913 after an automobile accident in which he was involved. He attended schools in Louisville, Asheville, North Carolina, and Concord, Massachusetts. After graduating magna cum laude from Harvard in 1928, he traveled and wrote a novel. On June 9, 1931, he married Mary Clifford Caperton (Bingham) of Richmond, Virginia. They had five children: George Barry (Bingham), Jr., Sarah ("Sallie") Montague (Bingham), Eleanor Miller, Robert Worth III, and Jonathan Worth.

After working at WHAS radio in 1930, Bingham became a police reporter for the Louisville Times, then a general assignment reporter, Washington correspondent, and editorial writer before holding managerial positions. He went on active duty as a lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserve in May 1941. He was on special assignment in London in 1942 and served as public relations officer for U.S. Naval Forces in Europe until being transferred to the Pacific theater in 1945. He was present at the Japanese surrender, and received two Bronze Stars. Bingham traveled to Germany, Austria, and Trieste in 1946 and again in 1947 at the behest of the secretary of the army. He was chief of the mission of the Economic Cooperation Administration to France in 1949 and 1950, when harbors were reopened, dams and factories constructed, and railroads put back in operation under the Marshall Plan. He toured Asia with his friend Adlai Stevenson in 1953 and served as cochairman of volunteers in Stevenson's presidential campaign in 1956.

During Bingham's reign, the newspapers and radio and television stations championed many causes -- civil rights, military preparedness, mental health, ethics, and the environment, while supporting educational and cultural activities in the region. Bingham's philanthropy included the Crusade for Children, company contributions of 5 percent of pretax earnings, and more than $50 million through the Mary and Barry Bingham, Sr., Fund.

Bingham was a longstanding participant in the affairs of Berea College , Harvard University, the University of Louisville , Pine Mountain Settlement School , American Press Institute, American Society of Newspaper Editors, International Press Institute, Asia Foundation, English-Speaking Union, National Portrait Gallery, various preservation and mental health groups, and several presidential commissions. He was an accomplished speaker, a facile and precise writer. He wrote poetry and was a devotee of Shakespeare and theater in general.

He received the Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award from the University of Kentucky, the William Allen White Award from the University of Kansas, and the Roger Williams Straus Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews, as well as the titles Commander of the Order of the British Empire and Commandeur de la Legion d'Honneur.

Bingham died on August 15, 1988, and was buried in Louisville's Cave Hill Cemetery. His personal papers were given to the Filson Club.

SAMUEL W. THOMAS, Entry Author

Selected Sources from UK Libraries:

Bingham, Barry, Samuel W. Thomas, and University Press of Kentucky. Barry Bingham : A Man of His Word. Lexington, Ky.: U of Kentucky, 1993. Print. Kentucky Remembered.
PN4874.B48 A3 1993, Young Library - 5th Floor

Bingham, Barry. Poems. Cambridge, Mass.]: Priv. Print., 1923. Print.
811 B5133po, Special Collections Research Center

Tifft, Susan E., and Alex S. Jones. The Patriarch : The Rise and Fall of the Bingham Dynasty. New York: Summit, 1991. Print.
CT274.B52 T54 1991, Young Library -- Books - 3rd Floor