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

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Rachael Yamagata In Concert

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The sultry-voiced singer is back with a new album called Chesapeake, a whimsical yet heartbreaking ode to lost love.

Rachael Yamagata In Concert

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Pink Martini On Mountain Stage

In this episode of Mountain Stage, we revisit the baroque-pop band's performance from June 2005, the group's first show in West Virginia.

Pink Martini On Mountain Stage

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Von Freeman On JazzSet

Hear the NEA Jazz Master in a concert from the Green Mill Cocktail Lounge in Chicago.

Von Freeman On JazzSet

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The Infamous Stringdusters On Mountain Stage

The Grammy-nominated bluegrass band makes its first appearance on Mountain Stage.

The Infamous Stringdusters On Mountain Stage

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Trampled By Turtles On Mountain Stage

The Duluth, Minn., string band made a name for itself with its lively stage shows and eccentric instrumentation. Hear a recent performance on West Virginia's most famous stage.

Trampled By Turtles On Mountain Stage

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The Checkout: Live

Tillery: Live In Concert

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Three of today's top jazz vocalists keep open lines to singer-songwriter folk and modern R&B. Together, Rebecca Martin, Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens sing and strum their trio arrangements of original tunes and select covers.

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The Checkout: Live

Erik Friedlander's Bonebridge: Live In Concert

WBGO

The improvising cellist has explored jazz with his New York-based trio for years. For his latest project, he adds a slide guitar, all the better to take in the down-home flavors of the American South. The quartet performs live.

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Bonebridge + Tillery: Live In Concert

WBGO

Improvising cellist Erik Friedlander pursues the sounds of the American South, with a little slide guitar flavor. Then, three of the most original jazz singers today perform — together. Hear the recording of their double bill.

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Favorite Sessions

The Jayhawks: Reunited And Live In Concert

The Current

Hear a special show by The Jayhawks, live from the historic Fitzgerald Theater, featuring songs from the Minnesota veterans' first new album in eight years (and a few classics, too).

The Jayhawks, Live at the Fitzgerald Theater, from The Current

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Punch Brothers On Mountain Stage

Listen to Chris Thile's new group bring innovative string-band music to West Virginia's most famous stage.

Punch Brothers On Mountain Stage

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