Concerts Performances from today's top artists, filmed at venues and festivals across the country.

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Robert Earl Keen On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter and his band perform songs from their latest studio release, Rose Hotel. Clad in red long johns for Valentine's Day, Keen makes his ninth appearance on Mountain Stage since 1989.

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Live in Concert

Best Coast In Concert

It got loud at Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club when the punk-infused band Wavves and the garage-rock revivalists in Best Coast came together for a night of live music.

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Classics in Concert

Los Angeles Philharmonic On Tour In London

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From the Barbican Centre in London, hear Gustavo Dudamel conduct Beethoven, Bernstein and Adams on the orchestra's European tour.

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Harper Simon On Mountain Stage

Simon is by no means a newcomer to the music business — he's recorded with Menlo Park, and with Edie Brickell in The Heavy Circles. Hear songs from his self-titled debut on West Virginia's most famous stage.

Harper Simon on Mountain Stage - 04/16/2010

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The Loser's Lounge In Concert

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Led by keyboardist Joe McGinty and singer Nick Danger, Loser's Lounge pays homage to pop music from the past with a bi-monthly tribute concert. Listen to the live webcast as the band plays songs from the Rat Pack at noon ET on the World Cafe Live stage.

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Solas On Mountain Stage

The long-running band's take on Irish-American music is both traditional and contemporary. Seamus Egan, Winifred Horan and their current collaborators perform songs from their latest album, The Turning Tide.

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Jesse Winchester On Mountain Stage

Winchester's distinctly Memphis drawl and southern-gentleman delivery make his own sets worth exploring.

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Stephen Kellogg And The Sixers On Mountain Stage

The New England pop-rockers play songs from their latest albums, The Bear and 2007's Glassjaw Boxer.

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Calexico On Mountain Stage

In the group's second appearance on Mountain Stage since 2003, Calexico played a set of songs from its latest album, Carried to Dust. The band's robust, dynamic sound — driven by two trumpets, pedal steel, bass and piano — incorporates many ethnic influences.

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Mike Farris On Mountain Stage

Mike Farris, formerly of the rock group Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies, turned to creating gospel music in 2004, with his album Salvation in Lights. Farris showcases his powerful melding of modern and classic gospel in this edition of Mountain Stage.

Mike Farris in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/17/2008

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