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Wynton Marsalis: New Year's Eve On JazzSet WBGO-FM

The trumpeter and bandleader offers a celebratory double helping of the early jazz pioneers.

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Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band plays the Monterey Jazz Festival. Tomas Ovalle/Courtesy of the Monterey Jazz Festival hide caption

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Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band On JazzSet WBGO-FM

The band makes its Monterey debut with music inspired by Carl Stalling's cartoon scores.

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Left to right: Stanley Cowell, Andy Bey, Michele Rosewoman and Sullivan Fortner team up on "Jingle Bells" during A Jazz Piano Christmas. NPR hide caption

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A Jazz Piano Christmas 2013

Stanley Cowell, Sullivan Fortner, Michele Rosewoman and Andy Bey play favorite holiday classics.

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Live in Concert

Cut Copy, Live In Concert KCRW-FM

Watch a live concert full of lights and music from the Grammy-nominated electro-pop band.

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Mountain Stage

Lucinda Williams On Mountain Stage

Hear the beloved alt-country singer-songwriter perform material from Essence in this set from 2001.

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Highlights From The Umbria Jazz Festival On JazzSet WBGO-FM

Hear a science-fiction tale and a bandoneonist, recorded live at the 40-year-old Italian festival.

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