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Jonathan Edwards On Mountain Stage

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Jake Xerxes Fussell's new album, What in the Natural World, comes out March 31. Brad Bunyea/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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02 Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine?

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    Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine?
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    What In The Natural World
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Levellers On World Cafe

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Shirley Collins' latest album is called Lodestar. Eva Vermandel/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Shirley Collins On World Cafe

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Kinky Friedman On Mountain Stage

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New Year, New Music On World Cafe

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The folk duo Tall Heights performing at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, W.Va. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Tall Heights On Mountain Stage

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Christian Lopez Band performs live for Mountain Stage in Charleston, W.Va. Josh Saul /Mountain Stage hide caption

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Christian Lopez Band On Mountain Stage

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Wayne Henderson On Mountain Stage

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Gillian Welch On World Cafe

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Kadhja Bonet grew up playing classical music, but she always felt the need to experiment with other genres. "I much preferred the gypsy folk music that I would try to incorporate into my training, or klezmer — things like that," she says. Sinziana Velicescu/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kadhja Bonet's Quarter-Life Crisis Led Her Home — To Music

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