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Earl Scruggs: The 2003 Fresh Air Interview

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Yo-Yo Ma's Bluegrass-Inspired 'Goat Rodeo'

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Woody Guthrie is the subject of a new tribute album, Note of Hope.

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Woody Guthrie's 'Note Of Hope' From Beyond The Grave

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T-Bone Burnett On 10 Years Of 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?'

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Chris Thile & Michael Daves: Newport Folk 2011

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The hosts of "Seldom Heard Music," a show on Missouri public radio station KSMU in the Ozarks, selected more than 100 mountain songs for this edition of The Mix. Clint Spencer/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Sarah Jarosz: Redefining The Sound Of Bluegrass

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Remembering Hazel Dickens: A Feminist Bluegrass Voice

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Jim Lauderdale On World Cafe

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'One More 'Fore I Die,' by Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Del McCoury Band

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