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

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Mountain Stage

Anais Mitchell On Mountain Stage

The Vermont-based singer-songwriter had just begun working on Hadestown, her folk-opera adaptation of Orpheus and Eurydice, when she made her first appearance on Mountain Stage.

Anais Mitchell On Mountain Stage

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Delta Spirit On Mountain Stage

The raucous San Diego band makes its first appearance on West Virginia's most famous stage. Listen to five songs that span the group's discography.

Delta Spirit On Mountain Stage

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Black Dub On Mountain Stage

Producer Daniel Lanois makes his third appearance on West Virginia's most famous stage, this time with his new band, Black Dub.

Black Dub On Mountain Stage

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Mike Doughty In Concert

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With an off-kilter sense of humor and a tendency to venture into realms of experimental rock and jazz, Doughty took the stage at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

Mike Doughty In Concert

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Mingus Big Band And Miguel Zenon On JazzSet

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Hear colorful and passionate sets from both large ensembles, recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival.

Mingus Big Band And Miguel Zenon On JazzSet

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Christian Scott Quintet: Live In Concert

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The modern jazz star returns to his alma mater, band in tow, for a live concert webcast.

Christian Scott Quintet in Concert at Berklee

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Warren Wolf: Live In Concert

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The young Baltimore vibraphonist — and drummer, and pianist — struck a resonant chord with his 2011 self-titled album. He travels up the turnpike for a live performance in New York with his band WOLFPAC.