The unlikely Americana duo of Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez recently performed a studio session at KUT. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chip Taylor And Carrie Rodriguez: Digging Roots

KUT 90.5

Hear the duo play material from the recent greatest-hits collection The New Bye and Bye on KUT.

"Don't Speak In English"

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The Seattle hip-hop group Mad Rad performed live on KEXP. Alex Crick/KEXP hide caption

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Mad Rad: Hip-Hop For The Dance Floor

KEXP

Hear the dance-rap quartet perform songs from its sophomore album, The Youth Die Young, on KEXP.

Mad Rad In Studio at KEXP

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The New York band Callers recently performed an hour-long set on WNYC's Spinning on Air. Aaron Wojack hide caption

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Callers: Better Living Through Limitation

WNYC Radio

Hear the New York trio cast a spell in the studio at WNYC's Spinning on Air with host David Garland.

Callers In Studio on WNYC

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A former chef and handyman, Charles Bradley recently earned a long-awaited record deal. Kisha Bari hide caption

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Charles Bradley: 40 Years Of Soul Music

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Hear a studio session from the former chef and handyman, who earned a deal with Daptone Records.

Charles Bradley In Studio at WFUV

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The Pacific Northwest Gypsy-jazz band Pearl Django recently appeared on KPLU with guitarist Martin Taylor. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Martin Taylor With Pearl Django: Gypsy Jazz

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Hear the jazz guitarist and the Northwest's best Gypsy-jazz band join forces on KPLU in Seattle.

Pearl Django In Studio at KPLU

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Wisconsin native Alex Schaaf performs as Yellow Ostritch on KEXP. Beth Eisgrau-Heller/KEXP hide caption

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Yellow Ostrich: A Gem In The Demo Pile

KEXP

Hear a studio session from KEXP host John Richards' favorite new and still little-known find.

Yellow Ostrich In Studio Live on KEXP

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Bobby Watson (left) and Orrin Evans performed live on The Checkout on WBGO. Josh Jackson hide caption

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Orrin Evans And Bobby Watson: Faith In Action

WBGO

The jazz pianist and saxophonist team up for a studio session on WBGO's The Checkout.

Orrin Evans and Bobby Watson In Studio at WBGO

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The folk duo Bethany and Rufus recently performed on KPLU in Seattle. KPLU hide caption

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Bethany And Rufus: Not Her Father's Folk Music

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Listen to the daughter of folk legend Peter Yarrow reinvent classic songs with help from a cellist.

Bethany And Rufus: Not Her Father's Folk Music

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Sara and Sean Watkins perform a live set on Folk Alley. Joe Gunderman hide caption

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Sara And Sean Watkins: Folk In The Family

Folk Alley

The bluegrass siblings from Nickel Creek perform a studio session for Folk Alley.

Sara And Sean Watkins: Folk In The Family

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The Manhattan Transfer recently stopped by the Jazz24 studios in Seattle. Duncan P. Walker hide caption

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Manhattan Transfer: Holidays In Harmony

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The long-running vocal jazz group brings its familiar harmonies to the studios of Jazz24 in Seattle.

The Manhattan Transfer In Studio on Jazz24

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