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Catie Curtis On Mountain Stage

In her fifth appearance on the show, the singer performs songs from Stretch Limousine on Fire.

Catie Curtis On Mountain Stage

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Eliza Gilkyson On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter stops by to play lyrical folk-Americana songs from her latest record.

Eliza Gilkyson On Mountain Stage

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Steve Wilson (saxophone), Renee Rosnes (piano) and Peter Washington (bass). John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Wilson, Rosnes, Washington

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A sax player, a pianist and a bassist hit the fabled jazz club where they're each already regulars.

Wilson, Rosnes, Washington: Live At The Village Vanguard

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Catherine Russell On Mountain Stage

Hear one of the best contemporary jazz and blues vocalists working today perform on Mountain Stage.

Catherine Russell On Mountain Stage

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Dave Alvin On Mountain Stage

Alvin returns to his fiery electric roots with songs from his latest record, Eleven Eleven.

Dave Alvin On Mountain Stage

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The Spring Standards On Mountain Stage

Hear the ethereal indie-pop band perform songs representing its acoustic folk-pop side.

The Spring Standards On Mountain Stage

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Kenny White On Mountain Stage

The gifted pianist and soulful singer performs witty songs from his album Comfort in the Static.

Kenny White On Mountain Stage

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Lake Street Dive On Mountain Stage

Hear the band's penchant for classic pop, jazz and soul as it performs live in West Virginia.

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Ray Chen

Watch a stellar rising violinist perform two bonbons in an intimate club performance recorded live.

The Sound Prints Quintet is (L-R): Lawrence Fields, Dave Douglas, Joe Lovano, Linda Oh, Joey Baron. John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Sound Prints Quintet

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Few jazz artists are as active as co-bandleaders Joe Lovano (saxophone) and Dave Douglas (trumpet).

Sound Prints Quintet: Live At The Village Vanguard

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