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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Harry Connick Jr. On Piano Jazz

Connick joins host Marian McPartland for "Stompin' at the Savoy" in a 1991 session.

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Favorite Sessions

Cass McCombs, 'Angel Blood' (Live)

The enigmatic, nomadic singer-songwriter performs "Angel Blood" live in the studio.

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Favorite Sessions

Merchandise, 'Little Killer' (Live) KEXP-FM

"This song's about the bomb," frontman Carson Cox says of the Tampa rock band's "Little Killer."

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Tiny Desk Concerts

Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo

Benatar and Giraldo play three classics: "We Live For Love," "We Belong" and "Promises In The Dark."

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Tiny Desk Concerts

J Mascis

The Dinosaur Jr. frontman, one of the world's loudest musicians, performs unplugged and acoustic.

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Ravi Coltrane On Piano Jazz

The saxophonist plays "Naima" and "Giant Steps" in a session from 2000.

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Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

Hear a performance from the Texas native, whose distinctive voice evokes classic jazz singers.

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Favorite Sessions

Jenny Lewis, 'She's Not Me' (Live) KCRW-FM

The former Rilo Kiley singer performs her new song "She's Not Me" at Los Angeles' Apogee Studios.

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Robert Ellis On Mountain Stage

The Houston singer-songwriter's performance includes an impromptu Richard Thompson cover.

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Jazz Night In America: Wednesday Night Webcasts

Live Dec. 17: A Jazz Piano Christmas 2014

Harold Mabern, Kris Davis, Lynne Arriale and Cyrus Chestnut play holiday favorites for solo piano.