Favorite Sessions

Caitlin Rose: Blooming In East NashvilleWXPN

A young darling of Nashville's music scene, Caitlin Rose just released her second album, The Stand-In. Rose moved to Nashville when she was 7, but resisted country music at first because her parents worked in the industry. Indie-rock was more her thing. Now she's doing a fantastic job of combining the two genres.

Watch Rose perform her song "Peach," live in a small studio called The Casino in East Nashville.

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Favorite Sessions

Lonnie Holley, 'Kilimanjaro Eyes'

Watch the singer perform "Kilimanjaro Eyes" on the Woods Stage at the 2014 Pickathon festival.

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Mountain Stage

Joe Pug On Mountain Stage

After a brief break from performing, the singer-songwriter returns with a new album, Windfall.

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First Watch: Myriam Gendron, 'Solace'

Gendron sets Dorothy Parker poetry to little more than an acoustic guitar and a wry, wistful voice.

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Tiny Desk

Anna & Elizabeth

If you've never thought your tastes would lean to mountain music, breathe deep and soak it all in.

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