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The Slide Brothers On Mountain Stage
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Robert Randolph Ushers In Steel-Guitar Soul With 'Lickety Split'
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Robert Randolph and The Family Band capped a weekend of great performances at WXPN's XPoNential Music Festival. Dave Simchock hide caption

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Hear Robert Randolph And The Family Band In Concert
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The funk and soul band led by Robert Randolph (center) also includes bassist Danyel Morgan (left) and drummer Marcus Randolph. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robert Randolph: A Gospel Guitarist's Secular 'Road'
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Robert Randolph and the Family Band came to NPR to play and discuss their latest album of blues-rock-infused gospel music, We Walk This Road. Felix Contreras hide caption

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Robert Randolph Performs Live In NPR's Studio 4A
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The Word, Recorded Live in Concert
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