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Will Hoge On Mountain Stage

Hear the Nashville native play his soulful country hits and discuss his life in the Music City.

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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, Roses at the End of Time.

Eliza Gilkyson On Mountain Stage

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Live At The Village Vanguard

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A saxophonist, a pianist and a bass player walk into a bar. But the bar happens to be one of the world's preeminent jazz clubs. And they're working as a collective band: no drummer, no hierarchy.

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 in her third appearance on Mountain Stage.

Catherine Russell On Mountain Stage

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Dave Alvin On Mountain Stage

In his sixth appearance 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 make its second appearance on Mountain Stage, performing 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 most recent 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

Ray Chen might be the finest current violinist you don't yet know — but you soon will. See this stellar artist perform works by Sarasate and Saint-Saëns in a performance recorded live in New York.