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

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Mountain Stage

Mose Allison On Mountain Stage

The legendary blues and jazz pianist's Mountain Stage debut, recorded January 15, 1989.

Mose Allison On Mountain Stage

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Caravan Of Thieves On Mountain Stage

Formed around the duo of Fuzz and Carrie Sangiovanni, the band brings its fusion of Gypsy jazz, swing and pop to Mountain Stage. This diverse set includes a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

Caravan Of Thieves On Mountain Stage

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Tom Harrell's 'Colors Of A Dream'

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At 66, the jazz trumpeter is as busy as ever: His current band has released five excellent albums since 2007 alone. His new, project provides further testament to his prolific composing.

Tom Harrell's 'Colors Of A Dream': Live At The Village Vanguard

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Kelly Hogan On Mountain Stage

The backup singer hits center stage, performing from her latest solo album, which features songs given to her by indie heavyweights like M. Ward, Andrew Bird and Robyn Hitchcock.

Kelly Hogan On Mountain Stage

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Shemekia Copeland On Mountain Stage

Dubbed the "New Queen of the Blues" by Koko Taylor's daughter, the singer makes her fourth appearance on Mountain Stage, playing songs from her latest album, 33 1/3.

Shemekia Copeland On Mountain Stage

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Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

The soulful guitarist fueled the '80s blues revival. Hear him and his band play songs from Nothin' But Love, their latest album.

Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

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Trixie Whitley On Mountain Stage

The blues-rock singer first emerged as the powerful voice at the forefront of Daniel Lanois' Black Dub project. Here, Whitley plays songs from her new solo album, Fourth Corner.

Trixie Whitley On Mountain Stage

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Brooke Waggoner On Mountain Stage

Blending pop, Broadway influences and classical music, the powerful pianist plays songs from her most recent album, Originator.

Brooke Waggoner On Mountain Stage

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The Checkout: Live

Tiny Resistors: Live In Concert

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When he gets to lead the band, the bicoastal bassist Todd Sickafoose writes lushly textured, slowly developing music for a unique instrumental ensemble. Hear them lift the lid on unreleased tunes.

Tiny Resistors: Live From 92Y Tribeca

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The Checkout: Live

Rosetta Trio: Live In Concert

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Bassist Stephan Crump wears many musical hats. His Rosetta Trio, with two guitars, strives for quiet sophistication. Here, he presents his late-afternoon back-porch ditties for interlocking strings.

Rosetta Trio: Live From 92Y Tribeca

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