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Arlo Guthrie On Mountain Stage

Guthrie's live performances are as much about what he says between songs as they are about the songs themselves. Hear a colorful set from the iconic folksinger, recorded live in West Virginia.

Arlo Guthrie On Mountain Stage

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Lera Lynn On Mountain Stage

The young, award-winning Americana singer makes her first-ever appearance on the show.

Lera Lynn On Mountain Stage

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Leftover Salmon On Mountain Stage

The group has reunited for its first proper tour in nearly a decade, as well as a new album titled Aquatic Hitchhiker. And, of course, it delivers a blend of country, bluegrass and Cajun music.

Leftover Salmon On Mountain Stage

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Sylvie Lewis On Mountain Stage

Lewis' wanderlust imparts a worldly sophistication to her lyrics and voice, which call to mind sounds from another era.

Sylvie Lewis On Mountain Stage

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Punch Brothers On Mountain Stage

Chris Thile's quintet continues to push the boundaries of bluegrass into experimental rock territory on Who's Feeling Young Now?

Punch Brothers On Mountain Stage

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Joan Osborne On Mountain Stage

The singer showcases her sultry, muscular voice with a performance full of soul and blues covers.

Joan Osborne On Mountain Stage

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The McCrary Sisters On Mountain Stage

One of the most in-demand vocal groups on Music Row, this Nashville family has recorded with Stevie Wonder, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, to name a few. Listen to The McCrary Sisters' first-ever appearance on Mountain Stage.

The McCrary Sisters On Mountain Stage

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The Checkout: Live

Jaleel Shaw Quartet: Live In Concert

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The alto saxophonist keeps good company: He's a member of legendary drummer Roy Haynes' band, for one. Shaw returns to his alma mater to lead his own band in a live concert webcast.

Composer-performer Max Richter (right) brings his revamped Vivaldi to Manhattan's Le Poisson Rouge. Denise DeBelius/NPR hide caption

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Max Richter In Concert: Reimagining Vivaldi

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Max Richter grew tired of Vivaldi's warhorse The Four Seasons. But instead of writing off the piece forever, Richter rewrote it. He blended Vivaldi's work with his own music.

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The Pines On Mountain Stage

The ethereal folk-rock band makes its first appearance on Mountain Stage, live in Bristol, Tenn./Va.

The Pines On Mountain Stage

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