From left: Rebecca Lovell, Elvis Costello, Glen Hansard, Conor O'Brien and Megan Lovell at the 2016 Newport Folk Festival. Josh Wool for Newport Folk Festival hide caption

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Elvis Costello, Live At Newport Folk 2016

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Elvis Costello Tells The Stories Behind The Songs

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Elvis Costello: 'There Is No Absolute Right And Wrong About Music'

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To create Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes, T Bone Burnett (third from left) assembled the talents of Elvis Costello, Jim James, Jay Bellerose, Rhiannon Giddens, Marcus Mumford and Taylor Goldsmith. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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To Catch Up With Bob Dylan, T Bone Burnett Assembles A Dream Team

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Of Marian McPartland, guest host Elvis Costello says that it's "an extraordinary leap of musical continuity that [she's] been able to make throughout the history of Piano Jazz." Michael Ochs Archives hide caption

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Marian McPartland On Piano Jazz, Part Two

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Elvis Costello says that Marian McPartland captures "many of the ingenious personalities" of Piano Jazz so that "they will be forever enduring." Tim Hall/Redferns hide caption

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Marian McPartland On Piano Jazz, Part One

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Elvis Costello And The Roots On World Cafe

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?uestlove And Elvis Costello On Writing Together

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Elvis Costello and The Roots' new album, Wise Up Ghost, comes out Sept. 17. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Wise Up Ghost

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