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Justin Townes Earle performs on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Mountain Stage

Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

The singer puts the blues back in country on his new album, which he recorded in an old church.

Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage
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Mississippi native Robert "Bilbo" Walker fits right in at Philadelphia's World Cafe Live. Joe del Tufo for WXPN hide caption

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Anthony 'Big A' Sherrod & Robert 'Bilbo' Walker: Live In Concert

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Listen to the Mississippi blues guitarist and his wild father-in-law take over World Cafe Live.

Anthony 'Big A' Sherrod & Robert 'Bilbo' Walker: Live In Concert
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Mississippi blues guitarist Robert Belfour performs a special show at WXPN's World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Joe del Tufo for WXPN hide caption

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Robert Belfour: Live In Concert

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Hear the 74-year-old Mississippi blues guitarist perform classics and originals, live at WXPN.

Robert Belfour: Live In Concert
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Mary Gauthier On Mountain Stage

The New Orleans native returns with uplifting stories and songs reflective of a past she overcame.

Mary Gauthier On Mountain Stage
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Alexis Cuadrado sets surrealist Spanish poems to music in a concert at 92Y Tribeca. John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater

Alexis Cuadrado's 'A Lorca Soundscape' On JazzSet

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Cuadrado sets surrealist Spanish poems to music in a concert at 92Y Tribeca.

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Michael Cerveris On Mountain Stage

From West Virginia to Broadway and back again, the folksinger-turned-actor has returned home.

Michael Cerveris On Mountain Stage
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Pianist Orrin Evans performs at 92Y Tribeca as part of WBGO's The Checkout Live concert series. John Rogers/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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The Checkout: Live

Orrin Evans Trio: Live In Concert

WBGO

A strong and harmonically provocative pianist, Evans drives a trio live in downtown Manhattan.

Alto saxophonist Tim Green performs at 92Y Tribeca on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2012. John Rogers/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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The Checkout: Live

Tim Green Quintet: Live In Concert

WBGO

The emotive Baltimore saxophonist celebrates his debut album, Songs From This Season.

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Paul Thorn On Mountain Stage

In a West Virginia concert, Thorn demonstrates what "taking a six-pack to church" sounds like.

Paul Thorn On Mountain Stage
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Delta Rae On Mountain Stage

The North Carolina band's four voices combine to create sweet folk-rock and blues harmonies.

Delta Rae On Mountain Stage
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