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Unknown Mortal Orchestra performs live at the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. Lizzie Chen/NPR Music hide caption

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra In Concert

Hear the psych-rock trio douse a sold-out Washington, D.C., crowd in an epic wash of guitar noise during an hour-long performance at the Rock and Roll Hotel.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra In Concert

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Foxygen In Concert

Hear the trippy pop group give a thrilling, sometimes chaotic live performance at the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. Foxygen channels everyone from The Velvet Underground to The Ramones.

Foxygen In Concert

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The Quebe Sisters Band On Mountain Stage

The three fiddling sisters combine Western swing and jazz to form a sound of their own.

The Quebe Sisters Band On Mountain Stage

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Alejandro Escovedo On Mountain Stage

The Texas singer-songwriter returns to play songs from his genre-blending album Big Station.

Alejandro Escovedo On Mountain Stage

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Elizabeth Cook On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter plays songs from her newest EP and explains why El Caminos creep her out.

Elizabeth Cook On Mountain Stage

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Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

The singer puts the blues back in country on his new album, which he recorded in an old church.

Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

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Mississippi native Robert "Bilbo" Walker fits right in at Philadelphia's World Cafe Live. Joe del Tufo for WXPN hide caption

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Anthony 'Big A' Sherrod & Robert 'Bilbo' Walker: Live In Concert

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Sherrod, one of the stars of the blues documentary We Juke Up In Here, brings his charismatic father-in-law to Philadelphia's World Cafe Live for a lively dose of Mississippi blues.

Anthony 'Big A' Sherrod & Robert 'Bilbo' Walker: Live In Concert

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Mississippi blues guitarist Robert Belfour performs a special show at WXPN's World Cafe Live in Philadelphia. Joe del Tufo for WXPN hide caption

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Robert Belfour: Live In Concert

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The 74-year-old blues guitarist's last album came out 10 years ago, but Belfour is still a force in Mississippi. He brings his repertoire of classics and originals to WXPN's World Cafe Live stage.

Robert Belfour: Live In Concert

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Mary Gauthier On Mountain Stage

The New Orleans native returns for her third appearance with uplifting songs that reflect the struggles she has overcome, including addiction and homelessness.

Mary Gauthier On Mountain Stage

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Alexis Cuadrado sets surrealist Spanish poems to music in a concert at 92Y Tribeca. John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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Alexis Cuadrado's 'A Lorca Soundscape' On JazzSet

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Cuadrado combines lines from surrealist poetry to find the music within during a concert from 92Y Tribeca. He uses Spanish and African modes and melodies, Flamenco rhythms, and more.