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Taj Mahal On Mountain Stage

Watch the worldly and influential blues guitarist pay tribute to his roots in this 1995 concert.

Taj Mahal On Mountain Stage

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Richie Havens On Mountain Stage

Havens, who died April 22, was a hugely influential folksinger with an unmistakable guitar style.

Richie Havens On Mountain Stage

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Live in Concert

Iggy And The Stooges, Live In Concert

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Watch the band rip through songs from its new album Ready to Die during this First Listen Live show.

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Blue Yonder On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia trio fuses country, honky-tonk and jazz during this home-state live performance.

Blue Yonder On Mountain Stage

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JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater

Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom On JazzSet

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Players pair off and rejoin, chase each other and catch up at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom On JazzSet

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The Chapin Sisters On Mountain Stage

Abigail and Lily Chapin play songs from their new covers album, A Date With the Everly Brothers.

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Corb Lund On Mountain Stage

The Canadian roots-country singer-songwriter plays songs from his most recent album, Cabin Fever.

Corb Lund On Mountain Stage

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Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale On Mountain Stage

The two Nashville heavyweights play songs from their recent album of duets, Buddy & Jim.

Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale On Mountain Stage

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The Dresden Staatskapelle's principal conductor, Christian Thielemann, asserts that Anton Bruckner's music, in its long-winding search for beauty, is the perfect antidote for modern life. He and the orchestra brought Bruckner's Symphony No. 8 to Carnegie Hall on April 19, 2013. Melanie Burford for NPR hide caption

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Classics in Concert

Carnegie Hall Live: Dresden Staatskapelle Plays Bruckner

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A venerable orchestra brings Bruckner's Eighth Symphony, and its new conductor, to New York.

Carnegie Hall Live: Dresden Staatskapelle Plays Bruckner

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Shovels And Rope On Mountain Stage

The husband-and-wife roots-rock duo plays buoyant songs from its debut album, O' Be Joyful.

Shovels And Rope On Mountain Stage

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