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Music guest Nickel Creek performs "Destination" for The Tonight Show audience.
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Bluegrass band Nickel Creek performs the opening track, "Rest of My Life", from their new album " A Dotted Line" on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
In their first morning television performance since reuniting, Nickel Creek performs "Destination" from their new album "A Dotted Line" on "CBS This Morning: Saturday".
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