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Catherine Russell On 'Song Travels'

Hear "Mood Indigo" as a bluesy duet between the jazz singer and host Michael Feinstein.

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Catherine Russell On Mountain Stage

Hear one of the best contemporary jazz and blues vocalists working today in her third appearance on Mountain Stage.

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Meklit Hadero is based in the San Francisco Bay area, a two-hour drive north of Monterey. Rus Anson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The cast of The Muppets includes (left to right) Floyd Pepper, Fozzie Bear, Lew Zealand, Janice, Swedish Chef, Camilla The Chicken, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Gonzo, Scooter and Beaker. Scott Garfield/Disney hide caption

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Catherine Russell: 'In The Dark' And Otherwise

Russell plays with the simple, sultry jazz standard "Romance in the Dark" in unexpected ways.

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