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Mountain Stage

Robert Earl Keen On Mountain Stage

The enduring roots-folk singer-songwriter plays songs from his latest album, Ready for Confetti.

Robert Earl Keen On Mountain Stage

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Bajofondo

Watch the eight-piece band perform "Duro y Parejo" to a huge crowd at Auditorium Shores for SXSW.

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Mountain Stage

Mose Allison On Mountain Stage

The legendary blues and jazz pianist's Mountain Stage debut, recorded January 15, 1989.

Mose Allison On Mountain Stage

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Caravan Of Thieves On Mountain Stage

The band fuses gypsy jazz, swing and pop music during its Mountain Stage debut.

Caravan Of Thieves On Mountain Stage

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Tom Harrell's 'Colors Of A Dream'

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The jazz trumpeter, 66, is as busy as ever. Here, he presents new music for a piano-less band.

Tom Harrell's 'Colors Of A Dream': Live At The Village Vanguard

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Mountain Stage

Kelly Hogan On Mountain Stage

The backup singer hits center stage, performing from her solo album, I Like to Keep Myself in Pain.

Kelly Hogan On Mountain Stage

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Shemekia Copeland On Mountain Stage

The "New Queen of the Blues" plays songs from her latest album, 33 1/3.

Shemekia Copeland On Mountain Stage

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Mountain Stage

Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

The bluesman and his band play songs from their album Nothin' But Love.

Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

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Trixie Whitley On Mountain Stage

The blues-rock singer first emerged as the powerful voice of Daniel Lanois' Black Dub project.

Trixie Whitley On Mountain Stage

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Brooke Waggoner On Mountain Stage

Blending pop and classical music, the powerful pianist plays songs from her new album, Originator.

Brooke Waggoner On Mountain Stage

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