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Jimmy LaFave On Mountain Stage

Hear the charming Texan with a sweet spot for Woody Guthrie perform on today's show.

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Rosi Golan On Mountain Stage

Hear the singer-songwriter play atmospheric and melodic songs from her second album, Lead Balloon.

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John Scofield's Überjam Band: Live At Berklee WGBH

The eclectic electric guitarist plays from his raucous, electronic-infused Überjam songbook.

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Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano: Live In New York WBGO-FM

New interpretations of Louis Armstrong's Hot Fives recordings score the countdown to midnight.

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Clark Terry Quintet: Live In Chicago WBGO-FM

The legendary trumpeter, now 92, was in good spirits and excellent form as 1989 became 1990.

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Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band: Live At Monterey Jazz Festival WBGO-FM

The large jazz orchestra, brassy and slick, powers through charts on the main festival stage.

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Solas On Mountain Stage

The Irish-American supergroup performs songs from its latest project, Shamrock City.

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Darrell Scott On Mountain Stage

The country singer-songwriter stops by to perform songs from his latest album, Long Ride Home.

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The Dirty Dozen Brass Band On Mountain Stage

Hear the group reinvigorate the sound of New Orleans jazz, recorded live in West Virginia.

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April Verch Band On Mountain Stage

Verch embraces mountain and old-time music that's true to tradition but distinct in its own right.