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Jeff Ellis On Mountain Stage

A winner of the 2008 Mountain Stage NewSong contest, Ellis performs yet-to-be-recorded songs.

Jeff Ellis in Concert on Mountain Stage - 05/15/2009

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Blood Feathers, Recorded Live In Concert

XPN

Hear the heavily populated Philadelphia classic-rock band perform live from WXPN in Philadelphia.

Blood Feathers, Recorded Live In Concert

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Love For Sale: Massenet's 'Manon'

The production features a brilliant performance by soprano Diana Damrau, with tenor Ramon Vargas.

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Dee Dee Bridgewater On JazzSet

WBGO

Bridgewater's Latin quintet reworks music from Red Earth and previews To Billie With Love.

Dee Dee Bridgewater In Concert On JazzSet

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Scrapomatic On Mountain Stage

The classic blues duo of Paul Olsen and Mike Mattison is joined by a full band to make Scrapomatic.

Scrapomatic in Concert on Mountain Stage - 05/14/2009

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Lenka On Mountain Stage

Formerly of the Australian band Decoder Ring, Lenka showcases her infectious pop songs.

Lenka in Concert on Mountain Stage - 05/12/2009

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Classics in Concert

Alarm Will Sound, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

WQXR radio

The 20-piece chamber band performs the music of member Caleb Burhans at the Greenwich Village club.

Alarm Will Sound, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

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Dr. Dog On Mountain Stage

The Philadelphia rock band showcases a distinctly 21st-century version of psychedelic pop.

Dr. Dog in Concert on Mountain Stage - 05/13/2009

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Derek Trucks Band On Mountain Stage

The lyrical slide guitarist of Allman Brothers fame has already made seven records before age 30.

The Derek Trucks Band in Concert on Mountain Stage - 05/11/2009

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Beth Nielsen Chapman, JD Souther On Mountain Stage

The two famed artists and hit songwriters each play from their recent solo releases.

Beth Nielsen Chapman in Concert on Mountain Stage - 05/01/2009

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