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Larry Cordle On Mountain Stage

A respected Nashville songwriter, Cordle has written songs for many successful records.

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Mountain Stage

JD McPherson On Mountain Stage

The singer's attempt to re-create the sound of Chess Records is captured on Signs and Signifiers.

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Mountain Stage

Connie Smith On Mountain Stage

One of country music's most respected vocalists performs songs from 2011's Long Line of Heartaches.

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Mountain Stage

Wanda Jackson On Mountain Stage

The Queen of Rockabilly, who toured with Elvis Presley, performs songs from her 40-year catalog.

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Mountain Stage

Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter wrote "Wild Thing" (made famous by The Troggs) and "Angel of the Morning."

Louis Armstrong Continuum on stage. Co-leader Vince Giordano is on tuba in the back row. Frank Stewart/Jazz at Lincoln Center hide caption

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JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater

Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano, Big Phat Band On JazzSet WBGO-FM

Marsalis leads the Louis Armstrong Continuum, and the Big Phat Band plays "Rhapsody in Blue."

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Low On Mountain Stage

Low's slow, quiet sound started in the early '90s as a reaction to the grunge music of the time.

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From The Archives: Bobby 'Blue' Bland On Mountain Stage

Listen to a 2003 recording by the revered blues singer, one of the genre's true game-changers.

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Mountain Stage

Trampled By Turtles On Mountain Stage

The frenetic Minnesota band plays songs from its sixth album, Stars and Satellites.

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Classics in Concert

Mozart's Violin Comes To Boston, Live In Concert WGBH-FM

Mozart himself never made it to America — but his violin and viola did. Hear and see them played.