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June 4, 2015 Hear a live set from the award-winning banjo player and Compass Records Group co-founder.
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August 18, 2010 The Grammy-winning banjo player has collaborated with Allison Krauss and Michelle Shocked. Now, she brings her own acoustic jazz band to Mountain Stage to play songs from her latest album.
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Even in the afterlife, Mr. Rogers requests that you be his neighbor.
May 3, 2010 The most memorable television themes are good musical pieces and/or simple, catchy tunes that immediately signify a much-loved program. Get five of those songs stuck in your head with a few jazz-based TV themes and two jazz re-workings.
December 14, 2009 On the surface, there might seem to be a world of difference between jazz and bluegrass music. Jazz is predominantly urban and often deals with relatively complex structures, chords and key changes. Bluegrass is predominantly rural and, like blues, often works within fairly predictable structural boundaries. But jazz and bluegrass are more alike than they appear.
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