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Russell Malone Trio On JazzSet

The guitarist's uptempo tunes swing and his ballads melt at the Kennedy Center.

Russell Malone Trio On JazzSet

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Mountain Stage NewSong 2010 contest winner Amber Rubarth performs on Mountain Stage.

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Amber Rubarth On Mountain Stage

The chainsaw-carving singer-songwriter once again brings her acclaimed solo work to the show.

Bay Area country rock collective Blame Sally perform on Mountain Stage.

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Blame Sally On Mountain Stage

The San Franciscan group is comprised of the four of the Bay Area's most celebrated solo artists.

East Lansing roots band Frontier Ruckus perform on Mountain Stage.

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Frontier Ruckus On Mountain Stage

The East Lansing, Mich., group brings a decidedly contemporary angle to its rootsy folk music.

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World Cafe

20th-Anniversary Concert Highlights

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Hear live performances from Feist, John Hiatt, Dawes, The Little Willies, Rhett Miller and more.

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The Polyphonic Spree In Concert

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Tim DeLaughter and his 20-odd bandmates visit Philadelphia to perform at World Cafe Live.

The Polyphonic Spree In Concert

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