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First Watch: Chuck Johnson, 'Silver Teeth In The Sun'

Johnson's solo acoustic guitar can be steady and beautiful, then answer with a soul-stirring quake.

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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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Mandolin Orange, 'Little Worlds' (Live)

Watch the folk-pop duo pay homage to that springtime feeling in a performance of "Little Worlds."

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Jill Sobule On Mountain Stage

Hear Sobule perform "Mexican Wrestler" following an audience member's enthusiastic request.

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Joe Pug On Mountain Stage

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

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Pokey LaFarge On Mountain Stage

LaFarge's style of roots music draws on early jazz, country blues and Western swing.

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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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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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Dar Williams On Mountain Stage

Williams performs music from her new album, Emerald, alongside collaborator Jill Sobule.

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Favorite Sessions

Martin Sexton, 'Do It Daily' (Live)

Sexton calls "Do It Daily" the "Memphis, 1962 portion" of his new album, Mixtape Of The Open Road.