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Ruthie Foster On Mountain Stage

Foster grew up singing various styles, ranging from southern blues and rock to gospel and jazz.

Ruthie Foster On Mountain Stage

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Rocco DeLuca On Mountain Stage

DeLuca's elastic, brazen vocals soar in a way that brings to mind the revered singer Jeff Buckley.

Rocco Deluca On Mountain Stage

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Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage

Sexton demonstrates his soulful voice and percussive guitar style in this captivating performance.

Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage

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Vic Chesnutt On Mountain Stage

In his seventh appearance on Mountain Stage, Chesnutt reveals a previously unrecorded song.

Vic Chesnutt On Mountain Stage

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Josh Ritter, Recorded Live In Concert

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A folk-rock singer of substance, Ritter performs live in concert from WXPN in Philadelphia.

Josh Ritter, Recorded Live In Concert

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Respighi Resurrected: 'Marie Victoire'

The rediscovered opera, set amid the chaotic French Revolution, is an explosion of orchestral color.

Hear An Audio Introduction To The Opera

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Sonos On Mountain Stage

From Los Angeles, the six members of Sonos perform vocal arrangements of contemporary pop songs.

Listen Now: Sonos In Concert

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Steve Wilson & Wilsonian's Grain

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He's been a "first-call" saxophonist for more than two decades, but here, he's doing the calling.

Steve Wilson Quartet In Concert At The Village Vanguard - 03/24/2010

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Crooked Fingers On Mountain Stage

Eric Bachmann and Crooked Fingers perform songs from the band's fifth CD, Forfeit/Fortune.

Crooked Fingers On Mountain Stage

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Greg Brown

Greg Brown's humorous and thought-provoking set reflects a career dating back to 1974.

Greg Brown On Mountain Stage

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