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Kacey Musgraves ends her Tiny Desk Concert with "Follow Your Arrow" in honor of the same-sex marriage ruling. Lydia Thompson/NPR hide caption

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Kacey Musgraves Sings One For Marriage Equality

On a historic day, she couldn't pass up the chance to perform "Follow Your Arrow" at the Tiny Desk.

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Allison Moorer On Mountain Stage

Like much of Moorer's music, the alt-country singer's new album is informed by personal struggles.

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First Watch: Ashley Monroe, 'On To Something Good'

This confident, sunny romp of a song proves Monroe's ready to take on the bro-country establishment.

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Caroline Rose On Mountain Stage

Hear the singer blend folk, rockabilly, pop, rock and blues live onstage in West Virginia.

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Peter Wolf On Mountain Stage

The J. Geils Band frontman makes a surprise appearance onstage in West Virginia.

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The Mastersons On Mountain Stage

The husband-and-wife alt-country duo performs live in West Virginia.

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John Moreland, 'Cherokee'

A room-hushing, broken-hearted ballad from a singer with a glowing baritone.

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Dale Watson On Mountain Stage

An old-school practitioner of country's Bakersfield sound, Watson performs live in West Virginia.

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Ray Wylie Hubbard On Mountain Stage

The Texas troubadour's style has been described as one part Guy Clark and one part John Lee Hooker.

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The Carper Family On Mountain Stage

Though not actually sisters, these women sound like a tight-knit family the way they harmonize.

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