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Lily & Madeleine On Mountain Stage

The sisters perform seven songs, their voices accompanied by guitar, piano, cello and mandolin.

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Favorite Sessions

The Budos Band, 'The Sticks' (Live) KCRW-FM

Watch the Afro-soul collective perform "The Sticks" live on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Jazz Night In America: The Radio Program

Coming Soon: When Henry Met Steven

A trumpeter collaborates with a virtuoso pianist who is "everything you ever loved about music."

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Jazz Night In America: Wednesday Night Webcasts

Live Feb. 4: A David Murray Double Bill

The astoundingly prolific tenor saxophonist resurrects a four-clarinet band and presents a new trio.

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Jazz Night In America: Wednesday Night Webcasts

Live Jan. 28: Our Point Of View

The modern Blue Note Records supergroup counts Robert Glasper, Lionel Loueke and Ambrose Akinmusire.

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The Devil Makes Three On Mountain Stage

The speedy and intoxicating Americana band performs seven songs live on stage in West Virginia.

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All Songs TV

First Watch: Orenda Fink, 'Holy Holy'

Have you ever felt alone in a big city? In this heartwarming video, Fink sings of loss and empathy.

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Music Interviews

Watch Broad City Interview Sleater-Kinney

In a raucous and revealing panel discussion, Broad City's stars interview the newly reunited band.

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Tiny Desk Concerts

Rubblebucket

Even without its confetti cannon, the band brings a fun mix of brass and brash to the NPR offices.

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Yonder Mountain String Band On Mountain Stage

Hear a set from the modern, high-energy bluegrass band, recorded live in West Virginia.