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Field Recordings

History Runs Through Daniel Bachman's Guitar

The acoustic guitarist's "Song For The Setting Sun II" boldly leaps around a room in Stratford Hall.

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Favorite Sessions

The Steel Wheels, 'Mountains Quake/Find Your Mountain' (Live)

Watch the Shenandoah Valley string band perform "Mountains Quake" and "Find Your Mountain."

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The Jeff Austin Band On Mountain Stage

The mandolinist and Yonder Mountain String Band alumnus takes the stage as a solo artist.

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The Earls Of Leicester On Mountain Stage

The group conjures up the sounds of bluegrass legends Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs.

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Favorite Sessions

Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys, 'Hot Hands' (Live)

The Michigan bluegrass musicians play "Hot Hands," from a new album recorded in their dining room.

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Dayna Kurtz On Mountain Stage

Kurtz's blend of American roots-rock and R&B has the respect of some of music's biggest names.

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Hey Mavis On Mountain Stage

Hear a live set from the Ohio string band, led by songwriter and banjo player Laurie Michelle Caner.

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Todd Burge On Mountain Stage

Host Larry Groce has often introduced Burge as "West Virginia's premier singer-songwriter."

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Altan On Mountain Stage

Hear a live set from the traditional Irish band, which has been making music together for decades.

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Front Row

Punch Brothers, 'Familiarity' (Live) WGBH

The band takes a journey with a three-part song at House of Blues Boston.