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Front Row

Local Natives

KCRW

This Los Angeles rock band is about to release one of early 2013's most anticipated albums, Hummingbird. Watch Local Natives showcase several songs from the record during a special KCRW concert.

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Amanda Shires On Mountain Stage

The singer, songwriter and fiddler performs songs from her latest album, Carrying Lightning.

Amanda Shires On Mountain Stage

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Mountain Stage

Ben Lee On Mountain Stage

The Australian singer-songwriter performs his dreamily personal acoustic songs on today's show.

Ben Lee On Mountain Stage

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Live in Concert

David Byrne & St. Vincent In Concert

The two artists give a carefully choreographed performance highlighting songs from their 2012 album Love This Giant. They also throw in old favorites from their individual catalogs.

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Mountain Stage

Grace Weber On Mountain Stage

The young singer with a gift for soulful pop performs songs from her debut album, Hope and Heart.

Grace Weber On Mountain Stage

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Fountains Of Wayne On Mountain Stage

The power-pop group returns to the show to perform favorites and new songs from Sky Full of Holes.

Fountains Of Wayne On Mountain Stage

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Jimmy LaFave On Mountain Stage

Hear the charming Texan with a sweet spot for Woody Guthrie perform live in West Virginia.

Jimmy LaFave On Mountain Stage

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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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Toast Of The Nation

John Scofield's Überjam Band: Live At Berklee

WGBH Radio

The electric guitarist left college about 40 years ago, and judging from the success of his career, it wasn't a bad decision. Berklee welcomes Scofield back to perform new tunes and old repertoire.

John Scofield's Überjam Band: Live At Berklee

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Toast Of The Nation

Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano: Live In New York

WBGO

The New Year's Eve party at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola featured two institutions of New York jazz. They count down to midnight with their interpretations of Louis Armstrong.

Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano: Live In New York

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