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Mountain Stage

Bahamas On Mountain Stage

Bahamas combines elements of classic rock and blue-eyed soul harmonies to create something evocative and beautiful. Here, the band plays songs from its latest album, Barchords.

Bahamas On Mountain Stage

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Calexico On Mountain Stage

The group has spent nearly two decades fusing spaghetti Western themes, surf music and alt-country into evocative desert rock. Here, the genre-bending band plays songs from its latest album, Algiers.

Calexico On Mountain Stage

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Cafe Tacvba performs at the NPR Music 2013 SXSW Showcase at Stubb's on Wednesday March 13, 2013. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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SXSW Music Festival

Café Tacvba, Live In Concert

One of the most popular bands in all of Mexico takes the stage at Stubb's in Austin for NPR Music's SXSW showcase. Watch singer Rubén Albarrán and Café Tacvba perform songs from their new album.

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John Prine On Mountain Stage

The legendary folk-rock singer-songwriter performs a set that draws on different periods of his career. Originally recorded in 1997, the show is available here in its entirety for the first time.

John Prine On Mountain Stage

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Rhett Miller On Mountain Stage

Backed by Black Prairie, a string band featuring members of The Decemberists, the singer plays a mix of solo songs and material he's recorded with his group Old 97's.

Rhett Miller On Mountain Stage

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Shelby Lynne On Mountain Stage

The country singer plays songs from her latest album, Revelation Road, which she released on her own record label. Here, she performs live in West Virginia, backed only by her own acoustic guitar.

Shelby Lynne On Mountain Stage

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Pianist Jonathan Biss and members of the Elias String Quartet brought their Schumann: Under the Influence program to Carnegie Hall. Melanie Burford/for NPR hide caption

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Classics in Concert

Carnegie Hall Live: Jonathan Biss And The Elias String Quartet

Hear one of America's finest young pianists and an emerging English string quartet play music by visionary composer Robert Schumann, as well as music by Mozart and artists Schumann influenced.

Carnegie Hall Live: Jonathan Biss And The Elias String Quartet

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Black Prairie On Mountain Stage

The energetic string band features three members of The Decemberists. Fusing roots music with classic rock and pop, the group closes its set with a cover of Led Zeppelin's "The Song Remains the Same."

Black Prairie On Mountain Stage

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Chick Corea performs with the SFJAZZ Collective at the SFJAZZ Center opening night. Scott Chernis/Courtesy of SFJAZZ hide caption

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Public Radio Jazz Live

Chick Corea And SFJAZZ Collective: Live At SFJAZZ

Corea's "Spain" has an epic quality to it. At the opening night of the SFJAZZ Center, he guest solos in a new arrangement of the piece with a house band made up of all-stars.

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Robert Earl Keen On Mountain Stage

The enduring roots-folk singer-songwriter plays songs from his latest album. Keen appears here alongside the same road band he's used for decades, and covers Todd Snider's "Play a Train Song."

Robert Earl Keen On Mountain Stage

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