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She and Him at Bonnaroo; credit: Shantel Mitchell / NPR

June 13, 2010 Hear live versions of songs from the pop duo's most recent album, Volume Two.

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Mumford and Sons; credit: Laura Fedele

June 12, 2010 Hear the band's updated take on the classic sounds of British and American folk music.

Tori Amos

June 11, 2010 The singer-songwriter has maintained her place as a unique and uncompromising performer.

Flaming Lips

June 12, 2010 Hear the band play Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety.

The Temper Trap; credit: Laura Fedele

June 11, 2010 The band released its full-length debut, Conditions, last year, and it's been rolling ever since.

Dave Matthews Band

June 13, 2010 Hear one of the most commercially successful rock acts of the past 20 years play live at Bonnaroo.

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The Avett Brothers

June 12, 2010 Hear the band's high-energy, warm-hearted fusion of folk, bluegrass and rock, live from Bonnaroo.

Tinariwen; credit: Shantel Mitchell

June 13, 2010 From the Sahara Desert in northern Mali comes the Tuareg band of musicians known as Tinariwen.

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Norah Jones at Bonnaroo; credit: Shantel Mitchell

June 12, 2010 Jones' voice has become an instantly recognizable sound in households across the country.

The xx; credit: Shantel Mitchell

June 11, 2010 The xx's self-titled 2009 album thrust the London band to the forefront of indie-rock stardom.

Baaba Maal

June 12, 2010 For all his worldwide reach and musical invention, Maal's music remains rooted in Africa.

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Regina Spektor; credit: Shantel Mitchell

June 13, 2010 Spektor's newest album, 2009's Far, is a superb showcase for her eccentricity and accessibility.

Nas

June 11, 2010 Distant Relatives fuses Marley's new-school brand of reggae with Nas' timeless New York flow.

The Gossip; credit: Shantel Mitchell

June 11, 2010 The band's performance included a cover of Tina Turner's classic "What's Love Got to Do With It?"

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About Bonnaroo

The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is a massive production: an unrelenting marathon of live music and culture. This year, NPR Music, WFUV, The Current and KUT offered the most complete coverage of the sprawling event with a live webcast from the main stages.

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