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

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The recently reunited power-pop band hits the stage at World Cafe Live for a set of songs spanning its career. The group's first studio release in 25 years is titled Falling Off the Sky.

The dB's In Concert

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Matthew Sweet On Mountain Stage

The power-pop icon returns to the show, recorded in Charleston, W.V., to play new and old material.

Matthew Sweet On Mountain Stage

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Blitzen Trapper On Mountain Stage

The Oregon band performs material from its country- and rock-inspired new album, American Goldwing.

Blitzen Trapper On Mountain Stage

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Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit On Mountain Stage

The North Alabama rock band performs bold new material in its second appearance on Mountain Stage.

Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit On Mountain Stage

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James McMurtry On Mountain Stage

The Texan brings wry, attention-grabbing storytelling to his ninth appearance on the show.

James McMurtry On Mountain Stage

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Dawes On Mountain Stage

The Los Angeles rock band showcases material from its latest album, Nothing Is Wrong.

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Dispatch In Concert

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The much-beloved, newly reunited jam band hits Philadelphia's World Cafe Live stage with a set that combines old favorites with a few cuts from the album, Circles Around the Sun.

Dispatch In Concert

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Nikki Lane On Mountain Stage

The retro-voiced South Carolina country singer makes her first appearance on the show, performing material from her first full-length album, Walk of Shame.

Nikki Lane On Mountain Stage

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The Kruger Brothers On Mountain Stage

The bluegrass-loving, banjo-picking, National Endowment for the Arts-grant-winning Swiss brothers make their first appearance on the show.

The Kruger Brothers On Mountain Stage

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Charlie Worsham On Mountain Stage

The country singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performs five original tunes that draw from his new self-titled EP.